Well, Xiaomi started its year 2015 with the two big launches of flagship handset Mi Note and Mi Note Pro and a entry level handset Redmi 2 – an successor to its Redmi 1S. Now according to the reports, we can expect a more refreshed version for the Redmi Note as a similar device has appeared at the Chinese certification TENNA. This might be an bit marginal improvement over the existing affordable Redmi Note.
The listed specs for the device at TENNA show it to be having a quad-core Snapdragon 400 chipset along with the LTE support. Moreover, it would have a 5.5” HD 720p display with 1GB of RAM support and memory options of 8GB of built-in storage expandable via microSD card. To its back would be a 13MP primary snapper with LED flash and the front would be having a 5MP secondary snapper. The device would be running the Android 4.4 KitKat on-board.
There is no doubt to it that just like its predecessor, this too would be aggressively priced. Here are the images from TENNA.