That device will use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 64-bit processor and 4GB of RAM, in addition to having a 2K display. Arriving in late March, the Mi Note Pro will cost 3299 yuan.
Although the company hasn't begun selling phones in the U.S., it hopes to one day become the biggest smartphone player in the world, within five to ten years. Already, it leads in China as one of the top vendors, and is expanding across Southeast Asia and India.
Clearly, Xiaomi is stepping up with its smartphone design, and its new phablet goes to show that the company is no slouch in the business, but can run with the best of them.
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