We heard the heat during the summer months in Australia can get pretty intense. For Android enthusiasts, the temperature is about to rise some more with the arrival of the Xiaomi Mi-2 in the continent – albeit unofficially.
Xaomi going international: Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore launch expected soon
It’s getting almost impossible to keep track of all of the newly unveiled Android phones powered by the super-snappy quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU, but the Xiaomi Phone 2 should stand out of the crowd for two reasons.
Xiaomi Mi-Two production to start on September 22, release date set for mid October or later
Xiaomi is one of the hottest Android device makers in China, with the company having already sold 3.5 million units of its first-gen Android handset, the Mi-One. And, as you already know, Xiaomi has recently announced the second-gen version, the Mi-Two, set to hit stores in mid to late October.
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