Xiaomi, earlier this month confirmed that they’re going to unveil the Mi Mix 2 on September 11 in China. What’s more exciting is that the company will launch the Mi Note 3 as well at the same event. Xiaomi has released a teaser image of the Mi Note 3. The Mi Note 3 succeeds last year’s Mi Note 2 and earlier rumoured specifications hint that it’s going to be a powerful smartphone.
The confirmed feature of the Mi Note 3 is the dual camera setup at the back. And the device in the teaser image looks identical to the Xiaomi Mi 6 and the Mi Note 3 even comes in a Blue coloured variant.
Besides the official teaser, the Mi Note 3′ specifications also surfaced online. Until now, all the rumours suggested that Mi Note 3 will be powered by the Qualcomm’s high-end Snapdragon 835 chipset. However, this new report says that Xiaomi is looking to fuel the smartphone with the mid-range Snapdragon 660 processor. This seems to be an interesting move because the Mi Note arrived with top-notch specs.
Paired with the chipset will be 6GB of RAM, and there could be two storage variants of the smartphones-64GB and 128GB. Interestingly, the Mi Note 3 is reported to have a 5.5-inch display, as opposed to the 5.7-inch one seen on its predecessor. The battery capacity of the device is likely to be a 3500mAh unit with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge support.
This new report suggests that the Note 3 will have similar camera setup as the Apple iPhone 7 Plus, with one standard wide-angle lens and one telephoto lens. This is the same setup Xiaomi used in its flagship phone Xiaomi Mi 6 and mid-range smartphone Mi 5X. Two 12MP sensors are likely to adore at the back, along with a powerful 16MP front-facing snapper. The device will run MIUI 9 outright.
Speaking about the Mi Mix 2, it’s expected to feature a 6.2-inch 18:9 display with slim bezels on top and bottom. The phone is likely to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, 6GB of RAM, and it will also have the dual camera setup at the back. Prices of both these smartphones are yet to be revealed by Xiaomi.
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