If you haven’t heard about the Chinese smartphone manufacturer called Xiaomi before, you should probably start to pay attention. Xiaomi is the biggest manufacturer of smartphones in China, besting even Apple, most recently taking the top place away from them. One of Xiaomi’s most anticipated devices is its follow up to the original Xiaomi Redmi Note, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 2, and that’s now available from a number of outlets – but first, some specs.
With a starting price of $169.75 USD for the 16GB version, you might expect performance similar to a Motorola Moto G – except that you’d be getting a 5.5-inch 1080p display, MediaTek Helio X10 octa-core 2GHz processor, 2GB RAM, and 3,060mAh battery. And for those who care, the battery is removable, there is room for expandable memory, and dual SIM cards. You’ll also get some decent cameras – 5MP on the front and 13MP on the back – and all this will be running on Android 5.0.
We mentioned before that you’ll be able to get the 16GB version for $169.75 USD, and the 32GB version can be had for $192.99 USD – and if you order from GearBest.com, you’ll also get free flat rate shipping too. These prices will only last for another two days, so if you’re intrigued by what you see, be sure to hit the links below: