Two is almost always better than one, and while HTC had trouble in the past convincing its shrinking fan base the One M8’s dual 4MP camera wasn’t as gimmicky as it seemed, many similar photographic setups have managed to catch on and break into the mobile mainstream lately.
This technology is actually so trendy and widely accepted nowadays that Apple is believed to be fitting it on the jumbo-sized iPhone 7 Plus. But first, Xiaomi may get to do what it does best, following the suit of others and putting an irresistible price tag on a robust Android mid-ranger.
The above-pictured device is likely a surprisingly premium Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 with a dual rear-facing camera in tow, as well as what appears to be a “classical” metal construction, horizontal top/bottom antenna lines and all.
Both the Redmi Note 3 and Note 3 Pro were slapped with sub-$200 MSRPs off the bat, though they obviously never intended to compete against the likes of the Huawei P9 or Honor 8 in imaging prowess, featuring just the one 13 and 16MP main snapper respectively.
Other rumored Redmi Note 4 specs include 3GB RAM and a Snapdragon 652 SoC, with a formal announcement bound to happen in a few weeks tops.