Xiaomi outs a new teaser; likely for the Mi Note 2

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Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has outed a new teaser on Weibo (China’s Twitter). The image in question just says 2>5 with a caption that translates roughly as “Love it, no one lose.”

Xiaomi outs a new teaser; likely for the Mi Note 2

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Although it’s a bit difficult to pin point exactly which product the company is teasing, the Mi Note 2 seems a likely candidate as it is currently keeping the rumor mill afloat, as well as has the number ‘2’ in its name.

Now, this brings us to the question: what does ‘5’ represent? Given that rumored specs suggest the Mi Note 2 is a flagship device, it’s likely that ‘5’ also represents a flagship phone (as both are being compared). Could it be the Mi 5? Well, the possibility can’t be ruled out.

Source: gsmarena.com

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19 thoughts on “Xiaomi outs a new teaser; likely for the Mi Note 2

  1. Inov Prianov, 8 hours ago2 > 5

    It’s scissor beats papper everyone (rock papper scissors)

    0 represent rock, 2 r… morelike 8

  2. AppleNokia , 8 hours agoMost Probably there teasing the Samsung Note 5 !¡!You’re right there Bro. They might mean their Note 2 is better than the Note 5, which is I believe not true. It’s chinese brand and therefore pure poorness.

  3. Inov Prianov, 8 hours ago2 > 5

    It’s scissor beats papper everyone (rock papper scissors)

    0 represent rock, 2 r… moreRock,Paper,Scissor…maybe…but where is Spock and the Lizard?

  4. I hope there would have been plenty by now suggesting a Reference to Samsung Note 5. BTW, I am pretty sure that it won’t even come close, Hardware is not everything Xiomi.

  5. it’s repressent the result of the game between Iceland and France. in passing hint that Mi note 2 is better than Galaxy Note 5.

  6. Anonymous, 7 hours agoYou’re right there Bro. They might mean their Note 2 is better than the Note 5, which is I bel… moreThat’s a very narrow-minded statement and generally untrue. The big name Chinese brands offer the same quality as Samsung/LG/Apple/HTC/Sony. Meizu, Xiaomi, ZTE and Huawei prove this.

  7. RC255, 6 hours agoThat’s a very narrow-minded statement and generally untrue. The big name Chinese brands offer … morebut they dont offer the after sales support like apple and samsung . also the binning they use normally is of a lower quality IC.

  8. RC255, 6 hours agoThat’s a very narrow-minded statement and generally untrue. The big name Chinese brands offer … morealso don’t put like sony in the same league anymore, at least where im from their after sale support if anything goes wrong is absolutely horrible. same with htc.

  9. RC255, 6 hours agoThat’s a very narrow-minded statement and generally untrue. The big name Chinese brands offer … moreLeEco

  10. Anonymous, 5 hours agobut they dont offer the after sales support like apple and samsung . also the binning they use… moreThat’s area dependent so can’t be classed as a con against them. Apple’s support isn’t brilliant in some places either, same with Samsung. Plus Sony have excellent build quality and good update support. Don’t judge companies based on select information. The smaller companies have terrible support, yes, the larger ones do not have any worse than everyone else.

  11. Anonymous, 5 hours agoLeEcoGood shout, forgot about them, great build quality.

  12. RC255, 4 hours agoThat’s area dependent so can’t be classed as a con against them. Apple’s support isn’t brillia… moreyou realize that is the ultimate con for any company. sure they may have first class customer service in an area. like most chinese manufacturers have excellent support in china. but not anywhere else. but what matters is their support where the purchaser lives. and unfortunately where i live turn around on a phone in warrnaty is normally 6 months for sony. even on something as simple as a cracked screen. and most the chinese manufacturers become non existent, short of mailing your phone off and hoping they dont say lost in transit. so regional that is one of the largest factors there is.so no matter how great a person says a phone is. nothing is built perfectly, and there are always manufacturers defects that get out the door. I long learned my lesson marching down that road. which is why i now only buy phones I know the support is there for. bought a phone 3 months after buying it, took it to their service center. had a 1 year warranty took 9 months to get the phone back.screen failed again 2 months later ended up being a design issue. slightest dust or humidity gets inside touch stops functioning. second time i took it in mind you i only owned it 4 months shop owned it 9 was considered out of warranty. had to pay for the fix. so paid it sold the phone at a steep loss and never looked back.

  13. This could be entirely new product. Not related to device, maybe.

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