Since the past few weeks, the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 has been making the headlines, with multiple rumors and renders of the device cropping up on the internet frequently. Once again, new renders of the Mi Note 2 have been leaked, this time revealing dual cameras and curved display.
This render could be the real deal since Xiaomi has already confirmed that the upcoming flagship will feature a curved display. And dual cameras are a must for a top-end phone like the Note 2. We also know that there will be a 6GB + 128GB version for the device.
Along with these renders, we also got a possible pricing for the Mi Note 2. The company recently launched a poll on Weibo asking users what price would they be ready to pay for the upcoming device. Surprisingly, the pricing started at 4999 Yuan ($741) with other two options being 5999 Yuan ($889) and 6999 Yuan ($1038).
Is it possible that the Mi Note 2 pricing starts at $750? Despite its high-end status, it’s unlikely as Xiaomi has built a reputation as a value for money smartphone maker. So, it can’t just go ahead and release a $800 smartphone expecting fans to be okay with the price. So, the actual price could be lower, somewhere around $500-$600.
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We also saw some new renders of the Mi Note 2, this time with a single camera module. We are not so sure about these renders, but you can take a look at them below.
Xiaomi Mi Note 2 Higher Version Likely to Start at 5699 Yuan [source]