Earlier this month, we showed you a picture allegedly showing us an upcoming Xiaomi device with what seems to be a curved display. Apart from sparkling our ever-hungry curiosity to a whole new level, this picture could have given us a first look at Xiaomi's upcoming Mi Note 2, which is almost certainly on the way.
What's more, two of the low-quality renders show us that the back of the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 will be housing two cameras, which falls in line with the rumors we've heard originating from mainland China. Only time will show if Xiaomi is indeed prepping such a device or said renders are merely the wishful thinking of a zealous fan.
As far as the specs and the possible announcement of the phone are concerned, we expect to phone to boast a 5.7-inch quad HD display, a Snapdragon 821 chipset, 6GB of RAM and some 128 GB of native storage, and a 4,000mAh battery. The cameras are tipped to be 12MP each.
Additionally, the rumor mill claims that the phone could be announced sometime in early September, with September 5 being thrown in the mix. Interestingly, there is a possible pricing floating around either — the phone could retail for $526 in China.