Xiaomi Mi Note Pro: Apple ‘iPhone 6 Plus’ Challenger To Go on Sale in China on May 12

    Earlier this year, Xiaomi announced the much-awaited Mi Note and the Mi Note Pro, a high-end version of the Mi Note. Back then, the Chinese handset manufacturer did not disclose the availability date, but has today announced on May 12. No details about the global availability of the handset yet.

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    Xiaomi Mi Note Pro To Go on Sale in China on May 12

    Unfortunately, the device will be made available in China - as of now. It will go on sale at an asking price of RMB 2,999 or around Rs. 32,900.

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    The Mi Note Note Pro, a challenger to the Apple iPhone 6 Plus, features a 5.7-inch 2K (2560 x 1440) display with a pixel density of 515 ppi. It features a 3D curved glass on the back and 2.5D curved glass on front.

    Xiaomi Mi Note Pro To Go on Sale in China on May 12

    It is powered by a Snapdragon 810 processor coupled with 4GB RAM. It will be available in 64GB native storage, but there's no card slot for increasing the storage capacity. The makers have added a 3090mAh battery, and comes with dual 4G SIM slots.

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    The 13MP rear camera features a Sony IMX214 sensor, optical image stabilization and dual-tone flash. There is also a front 4MP UltraPixel camera for great selfies. Xiaomi Mi Note Pro runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop skinned with the latest MIUI launcher.

    Xiaomi Mi Note Pro To Go on Sale in China on May 12

    The sound processor ESS ES9018K2M mobile Hi-Fi Edition should improve the audio quality with high fidelity and rich detail, while it will also provide support for various formats such as APE, WAV, FLAC and DSD

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