Recent reports coming out of China has unveiled the specs for the upcoming Redmi phone that is probably the Redmi Note successor. The leaked handset is tipped to be a powerhouse of specs and would compete with the recently announced Meizu MX4. The device is likely to be powered with a octa-core processor MT6595 from MediaTek with a whopping 3GB of RAM support. However, this is not the true octa-core chipset from the chip maker and comes with four Cortex A-17 cores clocked at 2.2GHz and four Cortex A-7 cores clocked at 1.7GHz.
Other for this upcoming Xiaomi device includes a 5.5inch screen display, an enhanced 20.7MP primary camera, an 8MP secondary camera at the front a powerful battery backup of 3500mAh battery capacity with a rapid charging technology involved. The device is likely to arrive in four storage variants of 16,32,64 and 128GB with a pricing of $165, $215 and $245 respectively. The price for the 128GB model remains a suspense for the moment.
This phone that is considered to be a sequel to the existing Redmi Note is also likely to have connectivity options of NFC and 4G LTE on-board. Additionally, the device would also have gesture controls and employ temperature sensors. Well the chipset has also gone through AnTuTu benchmark testing with a score of 47,233. If this turns out to be a real deal for its specs and pricing, we are sure Xiaomi will continue it everlasting legacy of offering high-end device at extremely affordable rate. Xiaomi fans would now surely be on the edge of their seats waiting for the device to arrive.