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Xiaomi Mi Note 2 Could Follow Galaxy Note 7’s Approach With A Dual Curved Edge Screen

Omar Sohail
Posted Aug 11, 2016
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Mi Note 2 has been rumored to sport a superior charging tech, and at the same time, the latest leaked image shows that the upcoming phablet could be following the same approach as a Galaxy Note 7 with the incorporation of a dual curved edge screen.

Dual Curved Edge Screen On A Xiaomi Mi Note 2 Could Also Mean That It’s The Second Smartphone In The World To Sport A Gorilla Glass 5

The leaked image (given below) might show a dual curved edge screen, but it also shows a cutout for a massive button present in the middle. Samsung’s phones are shipped out with that massive button, which gives us a little nod that the handset could be copying off a few features from the newly announced Galaxy Note 7.

During the smartphone’s official announcement, Samsung pointed out that designing the dual curved edge display on a Galaxy Note 7 was fairly difficult work, but Gorilla Glass 5 helped the screen to remain in place. Similarly, we feel that Mi Note 2 could follow the same approach and could only become the second Android smartphone on the planet to possess a Gorilla Glass 5.

Mi Note 2 could be the $600 smartphone that we had reported about earlier. Xiaomi did state that it was going to move slowly towards the premium Android smartphone market, which means that future mobile devices would be packing more features. Luckily, the company will continue to focus on other market segments to provide the best possible price/performance ratio to consumers globally. Here is a list of features that we feel are going to be a part of the upcoming Xiaomi Mi Note 2.

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Mi Note 2

  • Waterproof chassis
  • MicroSD card slot
  • Better performing camera sensors
  • Pressure sensitive displays
  • Better quality displays
  • Ultrasonic fingerprint reader

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One of the biggest highlights of Mi Note 2 is that it is rumored to feature 256GB of UFS 2.0 internal storage, which delivers higher read and write speeds compared to the eMMC standard. With Mi Note 2 expected to arrive on August 16, it will be able to go head to head with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7. Are you excited for its arrival? Tell us your thoughts right away.

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