We have been hearing a lot about the Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 since the past few months. In fact, a series of leaks have even revealed a few alleged pictures of the handset, in an all metal design.
Earlier today, Chinese media reported that a new smartphone has hit the Chinese Quality Certification Center. And it looks like the phone could the new Redmi Note 2.
While the listing doesn’t reveal the true identity of the device, the timing as well as a few other info hints that it could be the next generation Redmi model. The phone supports TD-LTE 4G networks and is built in a Foxconn production plant in Langfang, China. It was earlier reported that the phone is already ready for mass production and the timing of this 3C Quality certification kind of hints that this could be the upcoming Redmi Note 2.
Of course, this information is based on speculation and hence, take it with a pinch of salt. As for the specs, earlier rumors have said that the phone will come with MT6795 octa-core 64-bit chip with 3GB RAM and 3100 mAh battery. To be honest, these specs look too high-end for a Redmi model, so its best to wait for something more conclusive. Meanwhile, you can expect to see the Redmi Note 2 officially by July this year.