Details of the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 depict a phone with performance updates over the original rather than any major change.
The original Xiaomi Mi Note launched last year with a classy body and, in the Pro version, a 2K display so where could Xiaomi take the Mi Note 2?
Well according to new leaks, the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 might just feature a performance update over the original Mi Note with a change of chipset, more RAM and more memory.
In fact the next gen Mi Note might be a Mi Note 1S or similar rather than a new phone, and from sources could have between 4-6GB RAM, options for 32/64 or 128GB memory (there is even a 256GB model rumoured too) and a Snapdragon 820 chipset.
The screen size will remain 5.7-inch but now will start with a 2K model and the panel could feature a 3D force touch interface.
Xiaomi are also expected to update the cameras to a 16 mega-pixel Sony IMX298 on the rear with OIS, 5 mega-pixel up front and 3600mAh battery and fast charging.