Leaked Xiaomi Mi Note 2 Renders Hints At Dual Camera Setup And Curved Display


New images that has surfaced today confirms previously rumored Xiaomi Mi Note 2 will be coming featuring a curved display and dual-lens camera module. It was last week where it shown off Note 2 leaked front panel of the device in render image. This panel was actually hinted at a dual-edge curved display, just like what the Samsung Galaxy Note7 was introduced earlier this month. Now that a totally alleged render have been emerged online, which once again tipped at a curved edge display as well as duos camera.

Xiaomi fans are also anticipated to see the launch of Mi Note 3, but with today’s leak that showed Mi Note 2 design is somewhat different from the Xiaomi Mi5. While the front has a curved glass display with a rectangular home button, and the speakers located at the bottom of the device along with USB Type-C port.

The leaked images also suggest the back of the Mi Note 2 has a glass body, and the main highlight is camera setup at the back that includes two camera lenses along side a dual-tone LED flash at the top left corner.

Unfortunately, the leaked renders of the Mi Note 2 doesn’t show up a fingerprint scanner, but we assume that Xiaomi will fix that feature on the physical Home button up front. Nothing more than these have been regenerated about the yet-unannounced smartphone, rather assuming that the Mi Note 2 does look like a premium device.

Xiaomi Mi Note 2 Specifications

Rumors based on what we know thus far, the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 will feature a 5.7-inch Quad HD 2k resolution display. Under-the-hood, is powered by a Snapdragon 821 SoC, and admit that would come in three different variants; 32GB/4GB RAM, 64GB/6GB RAM and the huge 128GB + 6GB of RAM memory. Expected to sport a 16MP rear camera, will also be equipped with a 4000mAh battery with Qualcomm’s Quick Charging 3.0 support. Supporting 4G LTE plus VoLTE, NFC and fingerprint sensor as its connectivity options.

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