Xiaomi Tech, a Chinese mobile phone company, is well-known for its nice combination of short supply and high-quality products. Recently, it has introduced its Xiaomi MI-Two, which is very much similar to the leading smartphone brands Samsung Galaxy S3 and iPhone 5 however it costs 50 percent cheaper than Apple’s phone in the Chinese market. One more good news is that this Beijing based phone maker is already working on the details of its successor – the Xiaomi Mi3! This new phone follows up on the legacy built by the MI-One and MI-Two along side offering some pretty great stats. Little we assume, little we get; so, have a look on the expected Specs and Release date of the latest Xiaomi MI-3 that given right below.
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Xiaomi Mi-2 was just about the best, but there was one drawback, and that was the lack of LTE support. Fret no more as the Xiaomi Mi-3 is line up to be released in the coming months; it will be carrying LTE antennas along with the few more tricks to up its sleeves. In reality, there is no official confirmation on this matter has emerged so far but as per the updated rumours, the Xiaomi M3 will come equipped with Nvidia’s latest quad-core chip, the Tegra 4 clocked at either 1.8GHz or 2.0GHz. Considering Xiaomi M2 we can expect that it has 12+ mega-pixel rear camera, and around 2-2.5GB RAM along side the latest version of MIUI (possibly 4.2).
The latest phone would incorporate an 8-core CPU, its other notable improvement is the size of the screen that supposed to be a larger 4.5-inch or 5-inch. Thus, Mi-3 will be stretching the boundaries of one-handed usability and into Galaxy S2 territory. The new screen of the Mi-3 is a product of JDI (Japan Display Corporation) which possible have a 1080p display and higher ppi count than others at present on the market.
There will be 2 versions of battery – 2500mAh and 5000mAh while thickness Mi3 is 5.1mm only. It means XiaoMi needs a lot of hard work to release such a thin device. Also, its Android version remains unknown yet; it could be Android 4.3 or Android 4.4 or Android 5.0.
Sorry to say, but there is no details on when the device might be up for grabs, as XiaoMi Phone 2 having been launched only about 3 months ago, we can anticipate this device to be made official towards mid- or late 2013. It is also said to arrive on shelves with support for TD-LTE network of China Mobile .
Generally, this company has not sold outside of their home market but this time we can hope that it will change in the near future. Here, pricing of the latest one hasn’t been announced, but knowing Xiaomi’s track record, don’t expect anything over $300 for the base model.