January 15, 2015
With the Mi Note, the Chinese company enters the world of phablets, offering a 5.7-inch smartphone that its CEO, Lei Jun, has not taken long to compare with the iPhone 6 Plus, noting, among other things, that it can boast of being thinner and lighter than the aforementioned apple team.
This terminal comes with a 5.7-inch screen, however, Xiaomi will offer two configuration options within this size: a basic model -officially called ‘Mi Note’-, which will go on sale on January 27, with a NEGA panel. Sharp / JDI 1080p LCD (386 dpi), capable of improved outdoor visibility, 95% NTSC color gamut and lower power consumption; and another of a premium type -called My Note Pro-, on sale at the end of March, with a Quad HD panel (2,560 x 1,440, 515 dpi), although the company has not given more details about it. Whichever option is chosen, the screen also enjoys Gorilla Glass 3 2.5D protection.
Its thickness is 6.95 mmm and its weight of 161 grams, compared to 7.1 mm and 172 grams of weight.
The basic Xiaomi Mi Note will cost 2,299 Chinese yuan (about $ 370/315 euros to change) for its 16 GB version, and 2,799 Chinese yuan (about $ 250/382 euros to change) for the 64 GB model. . It can be found in black or white. In the case of the Mi Note Pro, its cost stands at 3,299 Chinese yuan (about 530 dollars / 450 euros).
via Xiaomi Mi Note, the powerful (and inexpensive) answer to the iPhone 6 Plus (video) – Engadget in Spanish.
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