The Xiaomi Mi-Two is going to be the fastest smartphone on the market when it launches in October. We’ve seen dual-core Krait CPUs stand up to quad-core Cortex-A9 designs (Tegra 3, Exynos 4), but the APQ8064 chipset has four Krait cores, 2GB of RAM and Adreno 320 (over the Adreno 225 of current Snapdragon S4s). Xiaomi promises Xbox 360-like graphics performance.
The screen on the Mi-Two will be a 4.3″ IPS LCD with 720p resolution (342ppi), there will be an 8MP camera on the back (F/2.0 aperture, 26mm FoV), 1080p@30fps and 720p@90fps (yeah, that’s right) video recording, MHL-enabled USB, HSPA+ capable of 42Mbps downlink, 16GB of built-in storage and microSD card slot.
The standard battery is 2000mAh and there’s an optional 3000mAh battery.
The Xiaomi Mi-Two measures 126mm x 62mm x 10.2mm. The phone will be priced RMB 1,999 ($315, €225), making the Xiaomi Mi-Two one of the cheapest quad-core (and even dual-core) smartphones out there.
World Premiere Quad-Core Processor
APQ8064 1.5GHz 28nm
Low power consumption
Graphics performance comparable to XBOX game consoles
Adreno 320 graphics chip
1080p video and 3D Games
Renders 200 million polygons per second
2GB of Ram
The First ever Phone with such power
IPS high PPI accuracy Retina screen
4.3 inch IPS retinal screen
Resolution up to 1280×720
8MP Rear Camera
IPhone 4S type CMOS camera
Excellent 2MP Front Camera
Supports 1080p HD
Stable transmission speed
Intelligent switching system
3000mAh large battery accessories
Standard 2000mAh battery
3000mAh battery (optional)