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Xiaomi Mi Note 2 Features a Global Edition with 37 Frequency Bands

by Jed John 7

Its been over a year since Xiaomi fans have been waiting for the Mi Note 2 and as the day roll by towards the October 25 launch, the waiting is looking by the day to be worth the while. It has been revealed that the Xiaomi Mi Note 2 would feature a “Global Edition” with up to 37 network frequency bands including those of carriers overseas. This is a huge boost for the company, meaning the device could be used anywhere in the world.

mi note 2 frequency band

Full network support is a common feature of most smartphones yet some foreign carrier bands don’t get supported on a number of smartphones but that is not going to happen on the Mi Note 2, if the latest words from Xiaomi phone product marketing director is to be taken seriously.

Xiaomi Mi note 2 frequency bands

According to his words, the Mi Note 2 would support 6-mode 37 frequency including CDMA1x, EVDO, and a mold count. Presently, the Xiaomi Mi 5 was reported to have come with 4G compatibility issues with some carriers in the US but with the Mi Note 2 owners who happen to travel to the US wouldn’t have to worry about compatibility issues on US carriers’ 4G network.

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When compared to some Chinese top brands that ships abroad like the Huawei P9, this list of supported frequency bands is huge. Huawei P9 supports 32 frequency bands while the Mate 8 is likely 33 bands.

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  • Jh1

    Would love to see this become a new trend from Xiaomi

  • Fein

    Band 20! 🙂

  • markiz

    This means nothing if there is no official aftersales channel in EU/USA.
    It’s ok when you buy a 100-200€ phone and than have to send it to china (on your expense), but a 500+ one?
    No way!

    • squarepush3r

      Aliexpress pretty safe

      • markiz

        You’re joking?

        That’s not a warranty, a guarantee. You gotta pay shipping, wait for months, you don’t get replacement, and it’s not 2 years.

    • balcobomber25

      Xiaomi will tell you there is no international warranty but some sites will offer one. Although I did have an issue with my Mi4 and just emailed their customer service. They had me ship the phone to Singapore (on their expense) and I got it back about a week later. It was actually less painful than dealing with phone warranties in the US. Of the 6 Xiaomi phones I have owned that’s the only time I ever had an issue.

  • NextHype

    Ha ha ha… thats a few years i’m waiting to see B20 on a Xiaomi device, and that happens when they decide to sell their first over-$500 phone. What a bad joke.