The new Xiaomi Mi Note 2 should’ve launched on September 14, but it seems that the device is not yet certified by TENAA (Chinese telecom equipment certification authority); until that happens, Xiaomi can’t launch its newest model. New reports suggest the Mi Note 2 should go through the certification process in the next few days, placing the (updated) launch date somewhere around September 24.

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Although the new model isn’t launched yet, we have info regarding its specs. As with most smartphones from Xiaomi, the Mi Note 2 will come in two flavors – one with 64 GB of internal memory along with 4 GB of RAM, with a price tag of 2,499 Yuan (around $375).  Other edition will be equipped with 128 GB of internal memory and 6 GB of RAM and will cost 2,799 Yuan (around $420).

Other specs include 5.7-inch 2K (1440p) curved display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 Chipset, full metal body, a fingerprint scanner, 12MP dual camera setup, and a 3,600 mAh battery supporting Quick Charge technology. Xiaomi Mi Note 2 should come with Android Marshmallow.

Rumors claim that there is a possibility of the third model sporting Snapdragon 820, 32 GB of internal storage, and 4 gigs of RAM. The battery could also be a bit bigger (4,000 mAh); but for now, none of the specs stated above are official.