Friday, June 3, 2016

Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Treated with Helio X10 64-Bit Octa-Core Processor

The octa-core technology is getting a lot of attention from mobile phone manufacturers in China. Maybe, there is something on this chip that can offer along with the uprising sizes of RAM (Mobile DDR) and flash storage. Recently, I used to share a few words about the LPDDR due to my curiosity. And now, I am ready to get more out of it in 5.5-inch smartphone from Xiaomi.

Redmi Note 2 (Standard) is another octa-core powered handset. An elegant model with a handful of promising specs (that includes a 64-bit CPU and 13-megapixel of main camera) and budget-friendly prices. However, Xiaomi is not new in mobile phone industry. Hongmi 1S is also a notable line of ultra-portable product coming from them.


For more about Xiaomi's Redmi Note 2, see the following table below:

Operating SystemMIUI Version 6.0
CPUHelio X10 (MediaTek MTK6797) 64-bit Octa-Core at 2.0GHz
Memory2GB LPDDR3
Storage16GB or 32GB with 32GB of Extended Flash Storage Support
Screen Size5.5-inch
Display/Resolution1920 x 1080-pixel with IPS Capacitive Touch-Screen
Camera13-megapixel (Rear-Facing), 5-megapixel (Front-Facing), with AutoFocus
Graphic CardPowerVR G6200
Supported PortsMicro USB, 3.5mm Headset Jack, TF Card, Dual-SIM
Connectivity802.11ac/b/g/n WiFi, 3G, 4G, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, GSM
Body Dimension152 x 76 x 8-millimeter
ColorWhite
Battery3060mAh (Removable) Lithium-Ion
OthersWeighing 160-gram, With Two Micro-SIM slots

Furthermore, its 3060mAh battery is less powerful compared to other Android handsets from China. But Xiaomi has a power bank line of products that can offer a lot of battery juices for a another cost. It can only support a maximum of 32GB of extended flash storage but I think that is enough to store a handful of high-definition (HD) videos and other multimedia files.

And before I can forget, Xiaomi is also selling a 10.1-inch line of 2-in-1 tablet with dual-boot capability (with Microsoft Windows 10 Home Edition and Android 5.1), their very own Mi Pad 2.

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