Wasting zero time, Xiaomi has recently announced two new phone models at their recent event in Beijing.
The key specs and features of both phones are quickly previewed below.
Xiaomi Mi Note
powered by a Sony/LG Li-ion battery with 3000mAH of storage capacity
The Xiaomi Mi Note will be running a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset with CPU clocked at 2.5GHz, with an Adreno 330 GPU in tow. It will feature a large 5.7 inch screen with a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 3. A full HD retina display, manufactured by Sharp/JDI, will be found beneath the screen, specced at 1080p resolution. The dynamic contrast of the display makes the screen 30% more efficient in terms of power consumption.
In combo with the 3GB of RAM, the internal storage is healthy at 16GB for a low end version, and 32GB for a high end version of the phone. The Mi Note will be sporting a 13 MP sensor from Sony for the rear camera, equipped with OIS, an f-stop of 2.0 and 6 stacked lenses. The front facing camera is equipped with a not-so-common 4MP sensor.
Interestingly, the Note is designed to be powered by a Sony/LG Li-ion battery with 3000mAH of storage capacity. The Note will be capable of Quick Charging Technology.
Xiaomi Mi Note Pro
the Note Pro is spectacularly generous with 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM
Furthermore, the Note Pro is powered by Qualcomm’s octacore Snapdragon 810 chipset with a 64-bit architecture. The GPU included with the 810 is the Adreno 430.
As conservative as the Redmi series of devices are when it comes to RAM storage, the Note Pro is spectacularly generous with 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM. Internal storage is healthy at 64GB.
…13MP Sony IMX214 sensor equipped, featuring 6 stacked lenses, OIS, and an f-stop of 2.0
Network connectivity also extends to 4G with dual SIM support. The camera specs are the same as the Mi Note, with a 13MP Sony IMX214 sensor equipped, featuring 6 stacked lenses, OIS, and an f-stop of 2.0. The front facing camera is the same 4MP shooter as well.
The feature packed phone will be powered by a 3090mAH battery and is reported to be released with a price tag that falls around the $530 range.
Both phones will ship with the trademark MIUI on top of Android 4.4.