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It’s Official! Xiaomi Mi Note 3 Coming Along With Mi Mix 2: Larger Version Of Mi 6

by Jed John 35

Xiaomi‘s President has sensationally revealed via a Weibo post that the tech giant will be launching the flagship Mi Note 3 soon. Lin Bin didn’t specify if the device will be announced on September 11 but from his previous Weibo post, it certainly will likely launch with the Mix 2. The Xiaomi president had disclosed in an earlier Weibo post that Xiaomi will also announce another product with the Mi Mix 2 billed to go official on September 11.Xiaomi Mi Note 3

The Xiaomi Mi Note 3 has featured severally in leaks which point at its likely design as well as its likely specs but Lin Bin also revealed a surprise detail of the Note 3. The CEO in his post hinted that the Mi Note 3 would be a larger version of the flagship Mi 6. The teaser poster he shared along with post also passes across the same message. What this basically suggests is that the Mi Note 3 will have a curved display as well as a glass body like the Mi 6 but will come with a larger size. The Mi 6 features a 5.15-inch display and the Note 3 may come in at 5.7 inches just like the Mi Note 2. The flagship comes with a premium design which is curved on all sides and is powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor.We also expect entirely the same specifications as the Mi 6, perhaps with out or two modifications in its specs.Xiaomi Mi Note 3

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In addition, the poster also reveals that the Xiaomi Mi Note 3 will be endorsed by Wu Yifan who was also the company’s brand ambassador for the Mi 5X launched recently. By the way, Lei Jun also has confirmed that the Mi Note 3 will be launched alongside the Mi Mix 2. So, which do you prefer, a full-screen Mi Mix 2 or a bigger Mi 6?


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  • androwin

    No headphone jack, No micoSD, No B20 band… No, thanks.

    Best top 3 phones of 2017 with FULL FEATURES (incl. microsd and headphone jack) are Samsung Galaxy 8 series, LG V30 and Sony XZ Premium.

    I know Mate 10 is coming next month but we don’t even know anything about it.

    • SnowyCat

      hahaha the sony

      sorry but to be fair all of these cost nearly a 100% more than the xiaomi phones…

      dunno why people stillc ry about microsd with 128gb of storage or the headphone jack..sorry but in 2 years you wont see any phone with a headphone jack..maybe 1-2 brands to take that outdated market

    • balcobomber25

      Band 20 is a FULL FEATURE? I would say it is a regional feature. I spend 100% of my time in the US or Asia, so I would never need or want that feature.

  • Daniel McDermott

    Hmm, hope they will differentiate the mix 2 and mi note 3 beyond one having bezel-less and the other not. Still holding out hope mix 2 gets amoled

    • Yabadabadoo

      Furthermore a better camera for night shots, please! 😉

      • SnowyCat

        i would be happy enough with the mi 6 camera setup

        i would have bought the mi note 2 if it wouldnt be for that horrible camera..even the mi5 takes better pictures

    • balcobomber25

      The Mi Note 2 had an AMOLED so it’s a possibility they could use one on both the Mix 2 and Mi Note 3.

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    • Sansa

      Looks like Xiaomi doesn’t care, very few phones from them come with band 20. Too bad for them and us as well…

      • AbdulB1

        China has different bands for LTE.

        • Sansa

          Xiaomi is selling out of China for some time now. Time for them to wake up

          and give customers and they want.

          • AbdulB1

            well many countries in the world do use Chinese LTE bands. It is not the problem of chip for lack of bands but lack of antennas for that bands.

          • Sansa

            Lack of antennas? It’s the other way around. Having another band working in a country is a lot more work that phone manufacturers configuring the right bands.

          • AbdulB1

            search google for “unlock lte bands snapdragon” xda link clearly states “method should work with the majority of Qualcomm devices available on the market–assuming the radio hardware is physically up to the task. Before playing with your phone, be sure to backup your data in the event of unforseen complications. In addition, keep in mind that messing with the radio hardware on many devices is a one-way ticket to irrecoverable device bricking”… radio hardware compatibility is also a must besides soc support for a particular band.

          • AbdulB1

            similarly qualcomm states ““Supporting 600 MHz requires specific components on the board. If those components weren’t already designed into the phone, it can never support 600 MHz,” Qualcomm’s Sherif Hana told BGR.

          • SnowyCat

            and the phones that sell outside of china or mainly HK get band 20 like redmi phones, a1 and so on

            they dont sell taht many outside of china get real..

            they oulwd have to icnrease the cost for example for 10.000 devices to sell 1-10 more to people outside that want b20

          • balcobomber25

            They do sell a lot outside of China but is in countries like India and Malaysia where Band 20 isn’t needed.

          • SnowyCat

            yeah sorry..i meant like outside china in terms of europe and so on because some people seem to think that xiaomi sells most phones over resellers to us 😀

          • balcobomber25

            Yea those sales are very minor. There’s no official numbers but I am willing to bet that reseller sales account for less than 2% of all Xiaomi sales.

          • balcobomber25

            Wake up to what? The majority of the sales are in Asia, which has no use for band 20.

          • Sansa

            With their new phones, it’s clear that their strategy is no longer just for china. They are going after the samsungs and apples.

          • balcobomber25

            They already beating Samsung and Apple in China. But their newest strategy revolves around one main country: India.

  • balcobomber25

    I prefer the Note 3. I owned the Mi Mix and I loved the idea of it but I hated having a “full screen” display in principle. I would prefer some bezels, as long as they are within reason.

    • AtereJr

      I haven’t gotten the chance to use the Mi Mix but I want to know.
      Is your dislike for the Mi Mix due to its practicality (or the lack thereof) in real life usage or just due to its tribezeless nature?

      • balcobomber25

        There wasn’t inherently anything wrong with the Mi Mix and I never had any issues with it I was just afraid to use it like I normally would use my phones because of that display.

    • AbdulB1

      yes u r right no bezels are also more prone to damage due when a phone accidentally hits the ground.

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  • Wolvie

    Hmm don’t tell me it is another Xiaomi smartphone with SD625 LOL

    • Albino

      SD660 this time.

    • AbdulB1

      xiaomi has their weird love affair with SD625. I wonder why.

      • Pranav

        Because no better midrange are availble unltill we see SD630 and 660

      • balcobomber25

        Because it’s an excellent mid range processor that balances power and efficiency. Their customers don’t seem to mind either, some of their best selling phones currently are SD625’s.

  • Irwan

    Its not note 3, its mi6 plus

  • 3llawi

    If it with bezel or without
    All front face is glass if it dropped it will break

    • balcobomber25

      Depends on the protection that glass has. If it has at least Gorilla Glass 3 it can survive drops with minimal damage (won’t always tho).