Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Pro leaked images suggest a primium device

After a brief show off following TENAA’s certification the Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Pro is now getting more reports which support its possible launch. This time we got some details about the upcoming devices by high ups of the company. The co-founder of the Xiaomi reveals snaps on the Redmi Note 2 Pro that reinforces many of our info about the device.

The key area that was noted in the earlier reports was the metallic panel used in the Redmi Note 2 Pro. Here in the fresh renders by credible sources the device is showed with the same outlook. Unlike previous Xiaomi models that were out with colored plastics the renders show the upcoming device with metal back panel with premium looks.

With the metallic finish and premium looks the Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 is sought to arrive in Regular, Prime and a Pro versions. The metal part aside, other areas of the device with overall design concept seem mostly unchanged from the older devices. But some distinct areas are however present to distinguish the device from predecessors.

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Having a look into the images teased by the co-founder of Xiaomi on the Weibo we can find some key areas. With metal finish the design looks nice but familiar where you can notice the rounded edges on sides and top. The rear camera is too visible with a same familiar view but carrying a dual LED flash beneath.

There are however a number of snaps out on the Chinese social media network that are linked with the Redmi Note 2 Pro. However comparing the images we find many contradictions which show many of the snaps are not real at all. Xiaomi has also hinted at launching two devices with metallic outlook. Thus there are good chances that many of the guys have mixed up leaked images of other devices with Redmi Note 2 Pro.

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