Much of the spotlights are focusing on the latest smartphone and electronic devices at Mobile World Congress over in Barcelona. Unfortunately, we don’t see the Chinese superstar Xiaomi’s latest M2 at the show, but it seems like the company is working on the next gen Xiaomi phone with Foxconn right now. The photo above is allegedly taken inside the factory, which is believed to be one of the prototypes of Xiaomi M3 comparing with Xiaomi M2 back cover. Having a 5-inch or bigger display is certainly going to happen, but it’s unlikely to see a fancy glowing LED Xiaomi’s logo at the back cover as previous concept shot showed. There’s another M3 prototype leaked on the Chinese internet as well, but it looks totally different from what you see above. Check it out after the break to see which one you prefer.
Unlike above, this prototype features silver aluminum curved back with two-tone design, which mean the phone will probably sit comfortably in the hand but also easy to slip away. Previously, Xiaomi’s user criticized the rear casing of Xiaomi M2 is terribly made, has cheap and plastic feels, that’s probably why Xiaomi is focusing on the build quality of the third gen Xiaomi phone. Specs rumors remain the same, 5-inch 1080 display with a crazy pixel density of 490ppi, NVIDIA newly launched Tegra 4 chip that clocked in between 1.8GHz and 2.0GHz, 3GB of RAM, 12MP camera, LTE connectivity and Android 5.0.
Source: QQ Tech (Chinese Translated)
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