Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is expected to launch the Mi 6 next week. But today we have speculated information about another flagship smartphone from the company.
According to a source, Xiaomi is working on the next version of the Mi Note. The third generation of the device is expected to come packed with high-end specifications including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor which will paired with 8 GB of RAM. As for the storage options Xiaomi could offer two variants, one with 128 GB and the other one with 256 GB.
The display is expected to be similar to what we saw on the Mi Note 2. Which means that the Mi Note 3 could feature a dual-edge curved display measuring at 5.7 inches. Even the battery is expected to be similar, offering 4,070 mAh capacity.
Even though the Mi Note 2 is a brilliant handset, Xiaomi hasn’t been able to sell it much. The reason is because it usually restricts its Mi Note series to its hometown and a few other regions.
Secondly, it has been reported that the smartphone maker has been facing production issues due to the curved screen, just like Samsung.
For the Mi Note 3, Xiaomi will use the same display but will have an improved building process.
While we don’t have a confirmed launch date, the new smartphone is expected to launch somewhere around Q2 of 2017.