Meet the Mi Note 2, a familiar looking 5.7-inch phone that seems to resemble a certain explosive device that was in the news recently. But unlike the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the Mi Note 2 lacks a stylus. It does have curves on both sides of the device that make the phone stand out.
It's set to launch on November 1 in China for 3,299 yuan (approximately $485, £400 or AU$640). A cheaper model, with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, will retail for 2,799 yuan (roughly $410, £340 or AU$540). There's also a special global model with support for 37 LTE bands used around the world, which will sell for 3,499 yuan ($515, £420 or AU$675).