Xiaomi Mi Note 2 New Pricing Rumor Spotted Hinting At $590

The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 will be announced in 3 days, and fortunately, we know almost all the features of this crazy handset due to different leaks. But when it comes to pricing, we can’t be as sure as in case of specs list. First, the phone has been rumored to be priced at $846 (5699 yuan), and this was the worst thing we can see in our nightmares. Then we supposed the Mi Note 2 will have a lower version available for around $740 (4999 yuan). And finally, the latest rumor showed the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 will be launched in two versions – the lower version will be sold for $415 (2799 yuan) and the higher version will be priced at $445 (2999 yuan). This was an acceptable pricing, but it turns out the new rumors hint at higher price tags.

Mi Note 2

As you know the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 will shake the market due to its incredible specs list, which includes a 5.7-inch OLED double-curved screen provided by LG, Snapdragon 821 CPU clocked at 2.35GHz and paired either with a 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM or 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM, dual-camera module at 23MP+12MP, 8MP front camera, 4100mAh battery, and 37 supported frequency bands, including 4G LTE on US mobile carriers. Seems all the latest features are included in this list, so it’s quite reasonable the Mi Note 2 will come at a higher price.

On the other hand, if the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 is priced identical to other similar handsets coming our way from top brands, many customers will get their hands on Samsung smartphones or like that. I don’t know whether you are agree with this statement or not, but the latest rumors say the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 will cost $590 (3999 yuan). Though it’s the way higher than the previous leaked price tag, it still remains competitive if compared to top brands.



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