The Chinese market will be the first to see the Mi Note Pro on May 12th with a price tag of CNY 2999 ($483).
Xiaomi’s Mi Note and Mi Note Pro were announced back in January this year and soon after the Mi Note was up for sale. The Mi Note Pro however was still in the pipelines and it isn’t long before we will see that one on the shelves too. The Chinese market will be the first to see the Mi Note Pro on May 12th with a price tag of CNY 2999 ($483). Here is what the Mi Note Pro has in store for you;
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• 5.7-inch display
• QHD resolution
• 2.5D curved glass
• Sharp/JDI for the display
• 1400:1 contrast ratio
• “dynamic contrast adjustment” under sunlight
As far as the hardware is concerned, things are pretty much similar to the Mi Note and inside the Pro runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset featuring a quad-core Cortex-A57 CPU clocked at 2GHz and a quad-core Cortex-A53 CPU clocked at 1.5GHz. On top of all this, the Mi Note Pro sports Adreno 430 GPU graphics for the maximum performance. With an overhauled thermal distribution design, the problem of overheating has also been looked after.
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On the inside, the Pro tablet features 64GB of internal storage and LPDDR4 of RAM which is more than sufficient for the MIUI 6 based on the Android 5.0 Lollipop. You will also get a 13 MP camera which comes with IMX214 image sensor and a dual-tone LED flash.