Xiaomi Mi Note 2 is virtually a Galaxy Note 7 clone
Hey CNET, Aloysius Low, Senior Editor, here in Beijing to check out the Mi Note 2. Now if the design looks familiar, well, let's face it the Galaxy Note 7 kinda did it first.
But since the phone's pretty much gone with wind, the Note 2 is really all we have left, if you love the dual curved design.
I, for one, like it.
And to be fair Xiaomi did introduce a curved [UNKNOWN] with its Mi Note.
So having [UNKNOWN] curves, well, it's kind of an expected evolution of the design.
On the back you'll find a 23 megapixel camera.
And I'll warn you first, the glass rear is a fingerprint magnet.
Now the full HD OLED display is bright and brilliant, And the finger sensor design is very much resemble Samsung's former flagship phone.
If you're thinking of getting one well the bad news that it's China only.
Be sure to check our hand one coverage below for more information.
I'm Aloysius Lowe for CNet paging.
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