Xiaomi Mi Note Pro smartphone with 5.7 inch QHD display, 4GB RAM, Snapdragon 810 processor and 64GB storage launched in China
When Xiaomi announced the Mi Note in January, a rather attractive mid-range smartphone, they had leaked some details regarding its more powerful sibling: the Mi Note Pro. More details regarding the Mi Note Pro was given along with an official release date for the Mi Note Pro today.
The Mi Note Pro is exceeding the limits of its high-end smartphones with all-singing all-dancing all-heating specs. It has a sunlight-optimized 5.7″ QHD 2560×1440 display from Sharp that compresses 515 pixels per inch. It has 4GB of RAM with a 64GB eMMC 5.0 storage capacity. It has a 13 MP camera with OIS and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 processor. It comes with a dual SIM slots along with LTE Cat 9 support. In addition, it is powered by a 3090mAh battery with Quick Charge 2.0.
The Pro like the Mi Note has a 3D inward curved Gorilla Glass on the front and back of the device. It comes with an aluminum frame and thanks to the ESS ES9018K2M audio decoder it has 24-bit/192KHz lossless audio support. It runs Android under the MIUI 6 skin and should have Google’s set of services in most of the countries it is shipped except China.
Today we announce the launch of #MiNotePro in China. Mi fans, we know you've waited a long time for this! pic.twitter.com/Ke9ZmKvohn
— Mi (@xiaomi) May 6, 2015
In January, the Mi Note Pro was speculated to cost ¥3299 ($532), however, the price has now fallen down to ¥2999 ($483). That’s a very agreeable price for such a cool item. The device is said to go on sale online on May 12th in China and through Xiaomi’s Mi Home outlets. However, there is no news on its availability in other markets. However it should be launched in May itself in India, which is another of Xiaomi’s favourite haunt.