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Xiaomi Mi-Two: The first APQ8064 S4 Pro handset

Qualcomm’s quad-core entry, the Snapdragon APQ8064 S4, has now found its first home in the form of Xiaomi Mi-Two smartphone.

Last month we showed you guys the benchmark results of the Snapdragon APQ8064 on a developer’s tablet. You can read more about the processor here. With its new home, we can finally see how the new processor performs in real world scenario.

The Xiaomi Mi-Two will be sold for 1,999 Yuan (or about Php13k) and will be available starting this October.

Unfortunately, just like the Meizu MX that we also featured before, there’s a slim chance that we may see this quad-core smartphone being officially launched in the Philippines.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

20 Responses

  1. Avatar for Anonymous Anonymous says:

    I have a Mi2 which I bought in China. Ang sarap gamitin. Sobrang bilis. Cheap phone na panapat o masasabi kong mas angat sa iphone.

  2. Avatar for geco geco says:

    hindi papayag sila samsung, htc, sony, lg, etc..

    under 15k ng m2 may quadcore ,8mp, 2150mah, a very nice os mod

    samantalang mid range palang nila yung 15k below T_T

  3. Avatar for Hideki Hideki says:

    you can buy it online, afaik http://techideki.com/xiaomi-m2-quad-core-specs-review-jellybean/ :P

  4. Avatar for ligth ligth says:

    I live here in the Philippines and have been using the mi-one phone since February 2012.

    The MIUI rom (modified android) which comes with it is very smooth and amazing! I have someone hand carry it from china and yes, I can confirm for you that it has an english language.

    This is because the MIUI was originally based from the cyanogen mod and it has a lot of fans/developers from around the world. see miui.us if you’re anxious :P

    • Avatar for light light says:

      Last year’s launch was online-exclusive. They can’t be simply bought from retailers at malls in China, so you have to wait for your reservation ticket online.

      Hopefully it won’t be like that this year.

  5. Avatar for TommyR TommyR says:

    english? lol…language pack lang yan. android pa.tsss

  6. Avatar for joemari joemari says:

    hahaha.. ahlos lahat kaya ng brand ng cellphone sa china na pinagagawa mura kasi pagawa sa kanila

  7. Avatar for Loki Loki says:

    From China?? i shall pass nalang.

  8. Avatar for Lazarus Lazarus says:

    Sana irebrand ng Cherry Mobile yan lol.

  9. Avatar for ed ed says:

    sana nga may magbenta nito sa pinas:)

  10. Avatar for watusi watusi says:

    need pumunta sa hk or china para makabili nyan…heheehe

    or kung may kilala kyo doon pabili akyo…

    how much ba shipping cost?may tax ba yan dito isa lang pabili?

  11. Avatar for Martin Martin says:

    meron pa bang other means para magkaroon ng ganito sa pilipinas? baka pwede to ma.offer sa Yugadeals? Just hoping… :)

  12. Avatar for Chris Chris says:

    Wrong info posted. It’s 1,999 RMB not HKD! It’s different from HKD. This will cost 14k Php or according to our market today 13 273 pesos.

  13. Avatar for John John says:

    Philippines !!!

  14. Avatar for Calvin Calvin says:

    si widget city ang magdadala nyan dito. hehehe. pero ang catch, walang english language sa settings. :P

  15. Avatar for DTech DTech says:

    Let’s cross our fingers and say, let this be sold in the Philippines… Ahaaha! Great power with just so little price…

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