Xiaomi Malaysia today has announced the official arrival of the Mi Note in the country. Announced back in January, the Mi Note is the latest flagship device from Xiaomi.
The Mi Note is a serious competitor to the Apple iPhone 6 Plus, it has 2.5D curved glass at the front and 3D curved glass at the back accompanied with the metal frame.
It has a 5.7″ Full HD JDI display and is covered by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The display features eye protection mode, which is actually something like reading mode. As the screen is bigger, the new Mi Note is able to display 25% more content and the screen has 95% NTSC.
Instead of making the rear camera bumped up like the iPhone 6 Plus, the Mi Note comes with flat camera design. It has a 13 MP Sony IMX214 camera with 6-element lens, f/2.0 aperture and OIS. There’s a Philips two-tone dual LED flash next to the camera. As for the front camera, thing happens same as the HTC flagship device. The Mi Note has a 4 MP 2µm front camera with the sensor size of 1/3′ (same as HTC One M7 UltraPixel camera).
Powering the Mi Note is a 2.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with 3 GB of RAM. It is a dual SIM device that supports dual 4G LTE. Both Micro and Nano SIM are supported for the Mi Note.
The Mi Note speaker comes with Hi-Fi audio system and 24-bit/192 KHz lossless playback support. with ESS ES9018K2M chip, which promises to provide best audio experience to consumers.
The Xiaomi Mi Note will be available on 28th July through here. For now only the 64 GB white color variant of Mi Note will be available in Malaysia for RM 1,549. As for the Mi Note Pro, Xiaomi says there are currently no plans to bring it out of China just yet.