The Chinese superstar phone maker Xiaomi has finally announced its launch plan for the retail version of its very own Xiaomi Phone 2. The quad-core handset will be on sale next Tuesday (October 30th), the company’s online store will release the first 50,000 units, followed by another 250,000 units in mid-November. Additionally, the device will be offering in both 16GB and 32GB storage, which priced at 1,999 yuan (US$320) and 2,299 yuan (US$370), respectively. Customer in China can now register online for a reserving quota. We believe some grey market online retailer will be selling it by next week. In the meantime, you can check out our hands-on preview on the engineering version of Xiaomi Phone 2. CNN is calling it the cult favorite among Chinese tech geeks … More pictures on how the company finalize the phone after the cut.
Xiaomi has released some pictures on how they fine tuning their new handset from engineering version to the final retail version. By communicating with beta user, the company spend 33 days to make their phone operates perfectly. Frankly speaking, these photo doesn’t look too professional, it feels like some enthusiasts are doing the engineering and inspection job.
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