The Xiaomi is all set to launch one of the latest flagships which are titled as the Xiaomi Note 2 which will go to come with Bezel-less display and the event is scheduled for launch on 25th October.
The smartphone will go to get unveiled after a very long time and after having a lot of speculations and creating a lot of rumors and buzzes around the world. The one of the latest rumor which is being given is that the Mi Note 2 will have an all top display, which means the device will going to come up with no sensors or front camera on top, which will surely go to give it a quite a very different look from the current models in the market, but no dual-edge display has been rumoured earlier.
The Xiaomi is hosting a grand event in China at the Peking University Gymnasium on October 25, where it is likely to launch the Mi Note whole new successor with a whole new look. Xiaomi has also announced that Hong Kong-based renown actor Tony Leung will go to be the host for the event.
Some of the news and images which are being given out by many tech sites has given that the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 will have a very thin bezel on all the four sides. The bottom chin which is usually used for navigation buttons, and the top part which is used for the front camera as well as sensors is not seen in these images, and the Mi Note 2 instead sports an edge-to-edge display.
While some of the images revealed also show the smartphone will be running on MIUI OS, which will surely go to add more credibility to the device. The Note 2 Max was also very much expected to get unveiled at the xiaomi’s event which happened on 14th September, but it didn’t happen.
The specifications of the device are said to be quite impressive as the device will going to have been powered by a Snapdragon 821 SoC, and will going to pack a 3600mAh battery. While It’s anticipated to sport two speaker grilles at the bottom, and have a fingerprint sensor at the front. The Mi Note 2 is expected to come in 6GB RAM/ 64GB storage and 6GB RAM/ 128GB storage bundles and be priced at CNY 2,499 (roughly Rs. 25,000) and CNY 2,799 (roughly Rs. 28,000) respectively.