TENAA have just posted details of a new Xiaomi device, that could eventually become the Xiaomi Redmi 2. Keep reading for full details.
As you should all know by now, each phone that hopes to go on sale in China must first get network approval from TENAA, and this has become a hotbed for interesting leaks like the one we have here.
Seen today is a new Xiaomi phone simply called 2014811, that looks very much like the current Xiaomi Redmi 1s. In fact this new device has the same size 4.7-inch display with the same HD 720p resolution and even runs a 1.2Ghz Snapdragon 410 64bit processor offering LTE (which was also offered in current Redmi phones) with just 1GB RAM.
The only differences we can see from the specifications are the fact that this Redmi will come in a range of colours including red, orange, green, yellow, blue and purple measuring in at 134 x 67.21 x 9.2mm rather than the current phones 137 x 69 x 9.9mm.
Pricing won’t have changed much compared to the current Redmi so expect the phone to cost around 699 Yuan in China and about $150 through resellers.