Xiaomi Phone 2S

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Xiaomi MI Phone 2S
Manufacturer Xiaomi Tech
Series Millet
Compatible networks GSM 850, 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz & WCDMA 850, 1900 and 2100MHz
Availability by country China October 2012 (2012-10)
Predecessor Xiaomi MI Phone 2
Related Xiaomi MI Phone 2A
Type Smartphone
Form factor Slate
Dimensions 126 mm (5.0 in) H
62 mm (2.4 in) W
10.2 mm (0.40 in) D[1]
Weight 145 g (5.1 oz)[1]
Operating system MIUI (preinstalled), Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
CPU Qualcomm APQ8064T Snapdragon S4 Quad Core Krait @ 1.70GHz
GPU Adreno 320
Memory 2 GB RAM
Storage 16 GB / 32 GB ROM
Removable storage None
Battery 2000mAh
Data inputs Capacitive touch screen
Display IPS Display 4.3inches @ 1280px x 720px (341 PPI) (Manufactured by Sharp Inc.)
Rear camera 8 Megapixels (16 GB version) / 13 Megapixels (32 GB version)(backside-illuminated (BSI)), Records 1080p at 30fps and 720p at 90fps, Raw image output (with external Mi2raw app)
Front camera 2 Megapixels, 1080p at 30fps
Connectivity
References http://www.xiaomi.com/mi2s

Xiaomi Phone 2S (also known as Xiaomi MI-2S, Chinese: 小米手机2s), is a smart mobile phone designed by the Xiaomi Tech Company, which was created by Lei Jun, CEO of Kingsoft. Xiaomi is a high-end smartphone, using a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 (quad core, 1.7 GHz) as its CPU.[1][2]

Two models of the 2S have been released, a 16 GB and a 32 GB model. In addition to storage amount also the back-side camera is different. The 16 GB model has an 8-megapixel camera with aperture f/2.0, while the 32 GB model has a 13-megapixel camera with aperture f/2.2. Moreover the lenses have 35 mm equivalent focal length of 27 mm (16 GB model) versus 28mm (32 GB model). The devices sell in China for ¥1999 for the 16 GB, and ¥2299 for the 32 GB (as of 2013 June).[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d "小米手机2S". Xiaomi. 2013-06-04. Retrieved 2013-06-04. 
  2. ^ Lai, Richard (2013-04-09). "Xiaomi Phone 2S and 2A announced with MIUI v5, the former entering Hong Kong and Taiwan". Engadget. Retrieved 2013-06-04. 

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