According to the latest information, Xiaomi is all set to announce the successor in the Xiaomi Mi Note series sometime later this month with the name Xiaomi Mi Note 2 or Mi Pro. Given that the company’s Mi Note series has always been the flagship range, we expect pretty powerful specs on the upcoming handset. However, last year’s Mi Note is still a powerful handset and despite Xiaomi stopping the sales of the device a few months back, third party retailers are still selling the device and at throwaway prices.
The Xiaomi Mi Note flagship is now being sold in China via JD.com for an amazing price tag of 899 Yuan ($135). This is very cheap and considering the specs of the handset, you will be getting great value for your money. We had recently seen the price of the Mi note go down to 1099 Yuan ($165) but this is the first time we are seeing it go down below $150.
However, note that this is the China Mobile version of the Mi Note and the China Telecom supported version still retails at $165.
To recap, the Xiaomi Mi Note comes with the Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor with 3GB of RAM on board. The camera at the back of the device is pretty good, featuring a 13MP sensor with f/2.0 and OIS. At this price, you won’t find any devices with OIS on board. Other notable specs of the Mi Note include a 5.7-inch 1080p display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection, 3000mAh battery with QC 2.0, a slim 7mm 3D Glass body and more.