Xiaomi Mi Note Announced, Snapdragon 801 SoC, 13MP Camera And 5.7 Inch Display

Xiaomi has no better option to start this year, first they had announced Redmi 2 and as expected, today Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has launched its latest phablet but but unlike what was rumored, it is not the Mi 5, its Xiaomi Mi Note which is the successor of last year’s Redmi Note 4G, Xiaomi has very aggressively priced at 2,299 Yuan, which is approx Rs 23,000 which makes Redmi Note seriously very cheap.

Xiaomi Mi Note

This phablet comes with 5.7inch display screen which we see on most of the phablet’s like Galaxy Note 4 with 1080p resolution JDI panel with 386PPI, it has 2.5D front glass and a 3D glass on the back, screen is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection on both sides, display screen features dynamic contrast pixel adjustment technology, which is known to improve the contrast of darker areas in the picture, and it appears better. Xiaomi has also said that Mi Note reduces the short wavelength blue light (which creates additional eye strain), which ultimately makes your reading easier.

Under the hood, Xioami Mi Note is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 and 3GB RAM and Adreno 330 GPU for graphics support, it comes in 16GB and 64GB internal storage. Mi Note features Hi-Fi audio system with ESS ES9018K2M audio decoder for the least audio distortion and lossless playback at 24-bit/192KHz.

For photography it features a 13-megapixel rear snapper with Optical Image Stabilization and philips 2-tone flash for natural brightening, the camera features low-light mode, which allows you to adjust the intesity of the LED flash, while at front there is a 4-megapixel selfie snapper with 2um pixel size.

For connectivity it has includes dual-SIM card slots (Nano SIM and Micro SIM), 4G LTE support, Wi-Fi, Micro USB and Bluetooth, Mi Note is very slim at 6.95mm slim body, which is much slimmer than the Mi 4 (8.9mm) and the iPhone 6 Plus(7.1mm), it also weighs only 162 grams, which is less than iPhone 6 Plus (172 grams).

Rahul Sharma

Rahul Sharma is a personal technology columnist and founder of TechnoArea, TroubleFixing & BloggingMayor He is a MBA guy by education and technology columnist by passion. He write's on some popular online tech magazines also.

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