Chinese handset manufacturer Xiaomi recently launched its Mi Note and Mi Note Pro at Beijing, in competition to the iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4. According to Antutu, Xiaomi is said to be working on its next device codenamed Mi Note Plus, which comes under the note series. AnTuTu benchmark is basically a benchmarking app, which tests all aspects of a device, including UX, GPU, RAM, CPU, I/O and gives a score.
Moreover, Antutu has also revealed the specifications of the Mi Note Plus. This device is packed with, Octa-Core Snapdragon 810 processor and Adreno 430 GPU. It has display resolution of about 1440x2560 pixels with unspecified screen size. Further, as the leak suggests, it is employed with 13MP camera and it is shipped with Android Lollipop 5.0.
With the above mentioned specifications, it looks almost similar to the Mi Note series. As there is there is not enough information available right now, we suggest you take this with grain of salt.
Xiaomi's Mi Note comes with 5.7-inch screen with a Sharp JDI panel along with 1080p resolution which translates 386ppi. The quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chip processor is clocked at 2.5GHz, along side the Adreno 330 GPU and 3GB of RAM.
The Mi Note features Xiaomi calls- "dual 4G standby", where users can use either a nano or a micro SIM card. It comes with 13MP rear camera and 4 Ultra pixel front camera. The Mi Note is powered by a 3,000mAh Sony/LG LI-PO battery.
It will be priced around ¥2299 (approx Rs. 22,917) for the 16GB model, and ¥2799(approx Rs. 27,901) for the 64GB variant, once it becomes available starting from January 27.
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