Well, well, what do we have here? It seems that there is a new S version of the recently talked about Xiaomi MI-2, where this particular smartphone has managed to cram in a Snapdragon 600 chipset instead of the S4 Pro chipset that is found in the regular version of the Xiaomi MI-2. While the quad-core Krait 300 processor has been clocked at 1.7GHz, Xiaomi’s numbers happen to beat the Samsung Galaxy S4 into hiding where benchmarks are concerned, with the latter sporting a 1.9GHz Krait 300 processor.
Do take note that the benchmark figures which you see above are what Xiaomi has delivered where the MI-2 and MI-2S performance levels are concerned, so it would most definitely be prudent if you were to carry some seeds of doubt in your heart after checking it out. So far, we do know that the Xiaomi MI-2S will arrive in a 32GB model that sports a 13-megapixel shooter for $370, while there is a 16GB model that has an 8-megapixel camera for $320. Too bad Xiaomi phones are always almost released in China only.