Xiaomi M2 Receives Network License! Ready to go on sale soon!

Great news everyone one of the most anticipated Chinese phones of the year has just received its network license, no not the JiaYu G3! The quad-core Xiaomi M2 has received its network license and is cleared for sale in China!

When Xiaomi announced they had a new phone up their sleeve we all knew it was going to be a good one, but we didn’t plan on just spectacular the Xiaomi M2 turned out to be!

Sporting a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 1.5ghz CPU, 2GB RAM and 16GB of on board memory (with a 32GB model in the works) the M2 has proven that it is in fact one of the fastest Android phones in the planet and managing to score better benchmark results than the much coveted Samsung Galaxy S3!

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A small number of just 1200 Xiaomi M2’s have already been sold to ‘core users’ and developers, but now that the Ministry of Communication in China have approved the M2’s network license the general public can start to get excited about the prospect of buying one.

xiaomi m2 13 mega pixel rear camera

Xiaomi are planing to hold a pre sale launch for the M2, much like they have done with the M1 and M1s and will likely have a lottery to determine which lucky fans will be eligible to actually buy the new phone.

Those of us not wishing to take part in the pre-sale and international customers looking to buy the M2 might have to wait until closer to Christmas when stores will hopefully have stock.

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  1. September 26, 2012

    now i want to know when Xiaomi has submitted a request for a network license for the M2..

    because the G3 STILL has’nt receive anything for a while now 🙁

    • September 26, 2012

      @Downstar it seems to me that JiaYu have other problems which they are not letting us know about

  2. Matthew Parsons
    September 30, 2012

    Is it true it doesn’t have a micro SD slot?

    • September 30, 2012

      Yes that’s right

      • Matt Parsons
        September 30, 2012

        What were they thinking? *Goes to cross it off the wish list*