'Xiaomi Mi Note 2' News & Updates: Looks Like A Samsung Galaxy Note 7, But Better Than It?

By Samille Jan Abada , Updated Nov 06, 2016 07:20 PM EST

The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 is not a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 lookalike but it is beyond that.  Some people disregard the beauty of Xiaomi Mi Note 2 as it is often compared to Samsung Galaxy Note 7. However, Samsung right now is dealing with an image crisis due to exploding units.

Xiaomi Mi Note 2 has a 5.7 inch display. The screens and back are dual curved. It has a perfect symmetrical look as the screens and back meets in the middle.  

Some people criticizes it for copying the curved glass but it is actually the first one that uses a curved glass back. The company has already introduced it before the launch of Samsung Note 5 according to a report in Forbes.   

Xiaomi Mi Note 2 looks slimmer as the dual curves on the front and back meet.  If you're using your phone frequently, then Xiaomi Mi Note 2 is probably a best choice as you can use it every day. The smartphone has an 821 Snapdragon chip.  It is user friendly when it comes to apps and editing. Xiaomi Mi Note 2 is one of the top Android phones this 2016.  

The Apple's iphone 7 plus is still leading on the single-core and multi-core test. It has 3464/5688. However, Xiaomi Mi Note 2 beats Galaxy S7 and Google Pixel XL as it has 1828/4039.  iPhone S7 has 1589 single and 3795 multi core only while Google Pixel XL has 1607/4147.  

The Android skin of Xiaomi is much better and cleaner.  You can also customize the hard buttons. Xiaomi and Samsung looks  alike with their shiny glass backs. The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 has an absolute fingerprint back and duct magnet.  The bad thing of having a shiny back is that it looks dirty after a minute of using, touching or rubbing it.  

 The palm rejection software of MIUI is functioning well than Galaxy Phones. Xiaomi phones are cheaper compared to android phones no wonder why it was reported to be sold out in 10 seconds according to Techtimes


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