Not a week has passed since Xiaomi unveiled the second generation of the Mi Max
, and we're already getting treated to more rumors about another upcoming Xiaomi device, the Mi Note 3. We've heard some saucy gossip about that one, namely the promise that it's going to be a serious powerhouse
with a Snapdragon 835 chipset, 8GB of RAM, a 4,070mAh display, and up to 256GB of storage.
Well, nothing has changed as these previously-rumored specs are still on the table, but we can now match them with a render of the handset. It leaked out in the blogosphere just recently, hinting that the Mi Note 3 will be quite similar to Xiaomi's flagship, the Mi 6
, in terms of design and features.
We see a dual-curved screen, a physical home button at the front, and a dual-camera setup at the back. Supposedly, Xiaomi will once again employ two 12MP snappers, with one of these having a longer focal length that will allow for more pleasing portrait shots.
Of course, there's no way to tell if the render below will end up being anything like the real phone Xiaomi announces... sometime in the future. As usual, once we know more, so will you!