With the official launch of the new variant of the Xiaomi Mi Note that features full network support only a few days away, people have been clamoring to find out how much the new model costs. Today, Weibo user Zang Zhiyuan has leaked the price of the new device along with some information.
According to Zang Zhiyuan, the new Xiaomi Mi Note and Note Pro both feature support for all 19 frequencies available in China including those owned by China Mobile, China Telecom, and China Unicom. These include all 2G, 3G, and 4G networks such as GSM (Band 2 /. 3/5/8), TD-SCDMA (Band 34/39), TD-LTE (Band 38/39/40/41), WCDMA (Band 1/2/5/8), FDD-LTE (Band 1 / 3/7) and CDMA1X & EVDO (Band BC0 and BC1). He also revealed that the new devices also feature dual SIM dual standby support.
There will be two variants of the new Mi Note – a standard and a high-end version. According to Zang Zhiyuan, the standard version will be priced at 2,299 Yuan while the high-end version will cost 2999 Yuan. If this information is accurate, then the price of the full network variants of the Mi Note are priced similarly to the currently available versions of the device.