Upleak Leaks Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Specifications: Report

    Thanks to notorious Twitter leakstar, upleaks we now have information about another Xiaomi device bearing model number H3Y and codename Hermes, it belongs to Xiaomi's Redmi line-up.

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    Upleak Leaks Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Specifications: Report

    Xiaomi has been on a big launching spree in 2015 with Redmi 2, Mi Note, Mi Note Pro, 2GB version of Mi 4 and Mi 4i.

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    Going by the roadmap leaked, Xiaomi will bring out as many as four more devices in the balance of 2015 out of which Redmi Note series is prominent.

    On May 18th as per reports. New leaks from @upleaks suggest that the Xiaomi Redmi successor will be Redmi Note 2.

    Upleak Leaks Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Specifications: Report

    The Redmi Note 2 is codenamed Hermes and will come in dual-SIM version backed by a 64-bit octa-core MediaTek MT6795 chipset. It will run on 2GB RAM and have a 8GB internal memory.

    There are differing reports about the display but it seems that Redmi Note will have a 5.5-inch full-HD 1080p display. The company will also retain 13MP rear camera and the front-facing 5MP with OmniVision OV5670 sensor. It will run on Android 5.0 Lollipop based on Xiaomi's home grown MIUI 6 software.

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    There was some confusion over the H3 series devices, which as the roadmap clarifies; H3X stands for the Redmi Note 2 whereas, H3Y is for Redmi Note 2 Pro, reports GSMArena.

    The price range of the phone will be somewhere in between the company's Redmi and Mi series handsets but is thought to be in sub Rs.15,000 range.

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