Mysterious Xiaomi Mi Note Plus shows up on Antutu

20 January, 2015

Xiaomi caused quite a stir last week with the release of its two phablets, the Mi Note and Mi Note Pro. Now we learn that a third member of the lineup, dubbed Mi Note Plus, is in the works according to an entry in Antutu's database.

Alongside the name of the device, specs are also revealed. The chipset must be the Snapdragon 810, given away by the octa-core processor and Adreno 430 GPU. The display resolution is 1440x2560 pixels on an undisclosed screen size, camera is 13MP and the device runs on Android 5.0.

Overall the figures are identical to the Mi Note Pro, which poses the question whether the Mi Note Plus wasn't simply a working title of the said device. Alternatively, it might be a new tablet, although the 16:9 aspect ratio is a rarity for tablets, which normally go with 16:10 or 4:3 screens. It couldn't be the rumored Xiaomi Arch model with dual edge display, because it should have more horizontal pixels than the regular QHD.

It's pure speculation at this point, but if an actual new device is in development, more info will start popping up sooner rather than later.



Reader comments

  • jaytrivedi
  • 02 Apr 2015
  • xgA

can u tell me what's the resale date??

  • Anonymous
  • 21 Jan 2015
  • 7XX

Antutu may be at fault here. It may read 810 models as ARMv7

  • AnonD-326661
  • 21 Jan 2015
  • vex

So... what's the score?

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