Thursday, 15 January 2015

In Real: Xiaomi Next Flagship devices Mi Note Series with 2K Display and 4GB Ram announced

The day has come for which everybody waiting for it 15 Jan which was marked by Xiaomi for its Launch of New Flagship Devices and making full stop to all the Rumours Specification about it. Xiaomi has just announced their highly anticipated new device, which is Xiaomi Mi Note and another high-end version of it – Note Pro. This will be first device in the new lineup and will pack in top end features which will definitely blow your minds away.

We were quite right that it will be a whole New Flagship Device not Mi5, for it you have to wait for atleast 1 year from the day of Launch of Mi4. Going much further than its predecessors, these devices  directly takes an aim at the big name flagships and as usual comes with an extremely competitive price tag, although still higher than the usual Xiaomi pricing. We support them as “Good Thing doesn’t come in Small packages” Xiaomi pricing. The device packs some exceptional specs and the Pro version goes on to challenge the smartphones on the top of the Himalayas or else to say iPhone 6.

As far as specifications are concerned, the Mi Note flaunts a 5.7-inch full HD (1920×1080 pixels) display it has a pixel density of 387 ppi with dynamic contrast pixel adjustment technology, which automatically improves contrast of darker areas to make the picture appear better. The device boasts a 2.5D curved glass with Gorilla Glass 3 protection on both sides, which makes the device resistant to scratches and shattering. The black version of the 5.7-inch, 6.95mm Xiaomi phablet looks especially good-looking with a rich and glossy finish. 

The Classic Mi Note is powered by a 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor paired with Adreno 330 GPU and 3GB of RAM. Also included are 16GB and 64GB internal storage, pretty fair.

As per photography enthusiasts, the Mi Note features a 13-megapixel rear shooter with optical image stabilization. It is accompanied by a Philips two-tone flash similar to the one on the Apple iPhone 6, and it also boasts a low light mode, wherein users are able to adjust the intensity of the LED flash. On the front, there is a 4-megapixel selfie snapper with 2-micron pixels. Xiaomi says that by doubling the micron pixel count, it is able to deliver better quality images.

What is more, the Mi Note packs a QuickCharge 2.0 technology, Hi-Fi ESS ES9018K2M DAC high performance two channel 32-bit mobile Hi-Fi Audio chip, all of this is powered by the 3,000 mAh battery and being run by the MIUI skin on top of the Android 5.0.

Connectivity options include dual-SIM card slots, 4G LTE support, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. The phablet is also very slim at 6.95mm slim body, which is much slimmer than the 8.9mm Mi 4 and the 7.1mm iPhone 6 Plus phablet. It also weighs only 162 grams, which too is less than the 172 grams iPhone 6 Plus. The Mi Note is priced at 2,299 Yuan, which roughly translates to around Rs 23,000.

Mi Note Pro

Yes, there is a high end version of the Mi Note called the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro which will make many of the fan’s dreams come true. 

The phone will come with a 3D curved glass display with a pixel density of 515ppi that’s massive. Yes, you heard it right! It features a 3D curved glass screen which will sport an impressive resolution of 2K on its 5.7-inch display. There will be Snapdragon 810 processor onboard with 4GB LPDDR4 RAM and 64GB eMMC5.0 ROM. This makes the high end Xiaomi Mi Note– the world’s second Snapdragon 810 powered smartphone (considered LG G Flex2 was already announced) 

The phablet also includes 64GB internal storage, and connectivity options including LTE-CAT 9 network support with up to 450Mbps download speeds. The rest of the specifications remain the same including the 13-megapixel rear shooter with OIS and two-tone flash, 4-megapixel selfie snapper, and a 3,090mAh battery. The Mi Note Pro is priced at 3,299 Yuan (Rs 32,000 approximately), and will be available for sale starting January 27.

Other Feature - While many people prefer handsets with large screens, one annoying factor is how difficult it is to use the device with one hand. Xiaomi has addressed the issue by giving users the ability to resize an app window. By changing the size of the app window one will be able to operate the handset with one hand.

So overall Xiaomi did what it is known for and it sure was a good show. Now that the products are out, get ready for a long line of speculations about their date of arrival on the Indian shores. You can add it in your calendar just beside Mi4. 

 Note: Just to be clear, this is an entirely new device, and doesn’t related to the company’s existing “Redmi Note” Series

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