Xiaomi Mi Note 3 to be launched soon: Specs, price and possible date leaked

Xiaomi Mi Note 3 the most awaited successor of the highly acclaimed Mi Note 2 is expected to be unveiled soon.

    Xiaomi may be set to announce several smartphones especially the much anticipated Mi 6 in the coming days. While many of the smartphones apart from Mi 6 like the Redmi Pro 2 and Mi Max 2 have already been in rumors now it seems there's another device that the Chinese smartphone may have in its pipeline.

    Xiaomi Mi Note 3 to be launched soon: Specs, price and date leaked

    According to the latest report from China, the company may be planning to launch Xiaomi Mi Note 3 as well. The report suggests that the Mi Note 3 is expected to be unveiled soon, during the second quarter of the year. Well, if this information is to be believed then the Mi Note 3 will be the successor of the popular Mi Note 2.

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    Other rumors also indicate that Xiaomi might be planning to use the same dual edge display on the upcoming phone. Further, the leaks have suggested that the Mi Note 3 will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 835 SoC along with 8GB RAM and 128/256GB of storage. It is said to come with a 5.7-inch display, a 4070 mAh battery and a dual camera set up on its back side. The device is expected to be priced around 750$(approx Rs. 48,517).

    SEE ALSO: Xiaomi Redmi Pro 2 price leaked

    From what it looks like, Xiaomi may be preparing a phone that could give a direct competition to the upcoming flagship from OnePlus.

    However, as these are all rumors do take this information with a small pinch of salt.

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