Lei Jun, Xiaomi founder and CEO
Lei Jun, Xiaomi founder and CEO, speaks at a launch ceremony for the Xiaomi Phone 4 in Beijing in 2014. Reuters/Jason Lee

Xiaomi has officially launched the new flagship phablet called the Mi Note Pro, during the Jan. 15 special event. The Xiaomi Mi Note Pro, like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, has everything a high-end phablet should feature and this bundle comes at a befitting price range.

As far as the key Xiaomi Mi Note Pro specifications go, the handset will reportedly come with a 5.7-inch JDI display, packed with a QHD resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels. This combination translates to a killer pixel density of 515 ppi, guaranteeing impressive display. The stand-out feature, however, is the 4 GB of RAM configuration on board. Under the hood, the device will be powered by the latest 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset. On the software end, the Mi Note Pro will reportedly run on the Android 5.0 Lollipop OS. Adding a cherry on top, this handset comes equipped with Hi-fi audio support, thanks to the "dedicated ESS ES9018K2M sound processor and two OPA1612 amp chips from TI (Texas Instruments)," notes Phone Arena.

When it comes to the camera configuration, there will be a solid 13 MP Sony sensor on the back with optical image stabilisation support. Additionally, a killer 4 MP Ultra Pixel unit, in combination with two large Micron Pixel unit, will reportedly be housed at the front for selfies. With respect to memory spec, the device will be housed with a whopping 64 GB of internal storage capacity. And surprisingly, it supports dual-SIM.

Furthermore, the whole under the hood configuration is held together and powered by a killer 3,000 mAh battery pack. The aforesaid battery unit will reportedly work wonders as the display panel of the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro comes with Sharp's negative display tech. This means, the display will consume extremely low energy, similar to the recently released Meizu MX4 Pro. Therefore, it is no surprise that Meizu handsets score high in the AnTuTu ranking.

Speaking of device design, the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro specifications show an extremely thin body that measures only 6.95 mm. Plus, the handset comes with an aluminium frame covering the corners of the device and ultra-thin bezels. Moving on to the pricing details, the handset will reportedly set the buyers back by 3300 yuan, which roughly translates to $532. Lastly, the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro release date is set for Jan. 27.

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