After declaring it back in the month of January with mass production due to commence during March, Xiaomi has lastly rolled out the top-end Mi Note Pro phablet – making it available to purchase in the Chinese market carrying a price label of CNY 3299 (around Rs. 32,900).
Company’s chief executive officer Lei Jun, who introduced the phone at an occasion in Beijing on Wednesday, did not disclose when the new offering would become available outside China.
The best part of the Mi Note Pro is that it boasts of an octa-core 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 central processing unit together with 4GB of LPDDR4 random access memory and Adreno 430 graphics processing unit. The brand also elaborated the recital of the device by offering an AnTuTu benchmark assessment with 2 other Snapdragon 810-based handsets, the HTC One M9 and LG G Flex2.
The Mi Note Pro remained on the crest, bagging a score of 63,424, whilst in Xiaomi’s examination the HTC One M9 got 57,648, and the LG G Flex2 racked up 56,266.
The company also provided scores from other benchmarks – 4086 on Geekbench3, 25503 on 3DMark, 75757 on CFBench, 2298 on Vellamo.
Other specifications of the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro are just like the Mi Note comprising a 13 MP back camera with a six-element lens, OIS, a Sony IMX214 CMOS sensing element, Qualcomm 14-bit image CPU, and two-tone flash from Philips, and a 4 MP front shooter with huge 2-micron pixels.
The firm also revealed the 150-gram Mi Selfie Stick, valued at CNY 49 (around Rs. 500).
It is worth mentioning that Xiaomi on Tuesday held its initial flash sale for the highly anticipated Mi Band fitness chaser. The wearable was declared in the month of July last year and went on sale in in the month of August in the Chinese market. As per the firm the Mi Band was off limits in just 7 seconds.