About a year ago, the Chinese company Xiaomi, which is responsible for one of the most popular custom ROMs for Android – MIUI, surprised everyone by announcing the first-ever phone, to come out with MIUI at the stock UI. The device, which is called the MI-ONE, was actually quite powerful – with a dual-core Snapdragon processor, 1GB of RAM memory and a 4″ display with an 854×480 resolution, but best of all it was very affordable – it cost only €220 in China.
That’s why we were quite happy, when we found out there were rumors about yet another device from the company, which are even accompanied by pictures of the smartphone itself. The phone is going to be a worthy successor to the Mi-One with its quad-core Qualcomm processor and 720p HD display, at least according to the rumors. Photo-enthusiasts may be happy to know, that the back camera is going to be surrounded by two LED flashes, though, strangely enough, there doesn’t really appear to be a front-facing camera. Still, it’s sure to be a hit device, especially if it is released for the rumored price of just €260, sadly, once again, only in China. B. A.