Xiaomi Mi Note Gets Cut Price At 999 Yuan

If the XIaomi Mi Note 2 was launched on August, as it had been rumored, we’d get our hands on its predecessor for a lower price tag. But as the Mi Note 2 and Mi 5S launch has been delayed due to unknown reasons, the retailers started lowering the prices only in recent days. A few days ago, the Xiaomi Mi Note was priced at 1137 yuan, but this seems not the best price to empty the stores and free area for the upcoming flagships. So the retailers decided to cut its price on more time. As a result, the Xiaomi Mi Note is now awailable for only $999 yuan.


The Xiaomi Mi Note has been released back in June, 2015. Thus this flagship is in the market over 1 year. As the Mi Note was able to win many users’ hearts, the manufacturer decided to continue this series and we started getting different leaks on this case. According to them, the upcoming Mi Note 2 will sport a decent specs list ready to compete with any top brand device. But before it happens we have to fresh our minds and look at the key features of the Xiaomi Mi Note to understand how it could succeed.

The Mi Note comes with a 5.7-inch screen at 1080P resolution, a Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor paired with a 3GB of RAM and 16GB of built-in storage, a 4MP front camera, a 13MP rear camera, HiFi Sound support, a 3000mAh battery and dual SIM card support. As you see, the Xiaomi Mi Note is still capable of fighting against many smartphones, though it has been launched a year ago. Moreover, this price tag allows the handset to stay afloat. But to strengthen its positions the manufacturer has to come in with more powerful handset equipped with the latest features. The forthcoming Mi Note 2 is. So we can stay calm for the future of the Xiaomi MI Note.

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Argam Artashyan

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