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Xiaomi M2 Quad Core (Xiaomi X2)

Xiaomi M2

Xiaomi M2 Quad Core (Xiaomi X2) Features and Specifications

CPU MSM APQ8064 Krait 1.5GHz
GPU: Adreno 320
OS Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (JB)
Language: English, Chinese, others
Memory RAM: 2GB
Micro SD Memory Card (TF-Card), MAX support 32GB
Size 126 x 62 x 10.2 mm
Weight 145 g
Screen 4.3 inch IPS Capacitive Multi-touch Screen
HD resolution (1280 x 720 pixels)
16 million colors
Network Single SIM
2G:GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
3G:WCDMA 850/1900/2100 MHz
Supports GSM service all over the world
Color Black
GPS Built In GPS & A-GPS
Connection Bluetooth 4.0
Wi-Fi : IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
Supports WiFi Display and WiFi Direct
micro USB 2.0
Camera Dual Camera
Back 8.0 megapixel with Auto Focus and LED Flash (with F/2.0 aperture)
Front 2.0 megapixel
Supports recording of HD video 1080p; up to 90fps video recording
Sensor 4-way Gravity Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Light Sensor
Video AVI , MP4 , FLV , 3GP , MOV , ASF , MPEG , RMVB , etc.
Audio MP3 , AAC , WAV , etc. / 3.5 mm Audio Jack
Special functions F/2.0 Aperture (rear camera), Dual Antenna, Wifi Display, WiFi Direct, earSmart, MHL (HDMI), Dolby Surround Sound, USB OTG, HID, Compass
Battery and Accessories – Polymer Li-ion battery 2000 mAh (3000 mAH optional)
– Earphone / 3.5 mm Audio Jack
– USB Cable
– Charger
Price For more details, click the link below:


Xiaomi M2 Quad Core (Xiaomi X2) vs Meizu MX Quad-Core

Xiaomi M2 Promotional Video

2012 Xiaomi MIUI Phone Mi-Two Launch Conference Opening Video


Xiaomi M2 colors

Xiaomi M2 (2)

If you are interested in buying Xiaomi M2 Quad Core (Xiaomi X2), I recommend the online shop Fastcardtech. They offer reliable services and the lowest prices on the web, with free shipping worldwide on selected items. Click on the link below to visit their website:


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    • SHAFI on August 24, 2012 at 5:02 am
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    Hello kris, I live your site. It is fantastic, It gives me a lot of information, about what is going on in the Chinese smartphone industry. I get very good and dependable news from you. Kepp up the good work,
    Your friend,

    1. Hi Shafi!
      Thanks for your comment! I will do my best to spread the news on the latest Chinese smartphones. Keep in touch!
      Best Regards,

    • saad on August 28, 2012 at 6:42 pm
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    I want to buy this cell from where I should buy. Please tell any trusted online shopping web

    1. Hi! You can buy it at Fastcardtech but it is only for pre-order. Xiaomi M2 is not yet released in the market. It will be available in October. Fastcardtech is a trusted online shop. I have done several purchases from them without any problems.

    • darush on September 10, 2012 at 4:34 am
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    لطفا نحوه ی خرید در ایران ازوب سایت معرفی کرده رو توضیح بدین ممنون…

    1. Hi! Sorry I cannot write in Persian language in this webpage. You need to register first at Fastcardtech before you can buy this phone. To visit their website, click here.

    • max_guevara on September 15, 2012 at 2:50 am
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    Che bello questo sito complimenti..l’ho appena scoperto e ne sono contentissimo, finalmente un posto dove trovare notizie più approfondite su questi bei gioiellini purtroppo venduti solo in Cina, sempre più potenti, come la bomba qui sopra. Sono sul sito da 5 minuti e ho già scoperto telefoni che non conoscevo. Potrei consigliare (magari già c’è e sto facendo una gaffe) una sezione dove reperire link a siti di rivenditori qui in Europa?! Io, anche se a prezzi un pò maggiorati, li ho sempre comprati già importati ad esempio dal Regno Unito, perchè nonostante le rassicurazioni datomi da vari siti (fastcardtech fu proprio il primo che conobbi dove cominciai a vedere questi smartphone e tablet :-) ) devo dire che non mi sono mai fidato a comprare dalla Cina, primo per i costi doganali quasi certi qui in Italia, ma soprattutto per la paura (magari infondata eh non voglio scoraggiare nessuno) di incorrere in qualche causa di vendita di prodotti plagiati o roba del genere. Comunque volevo solo farvi i complimenti per il gran lavoro dietro questo sito e ringraziare. Continuate così, bravi!

    1. Ciao!
      Grazie per aver visitato il mio sito! Negozi on-line come Fastcardtech sono disponibili già da questo telefono in Italia spesso. Ma io non conosco i costi doganali o se ci sarebbero problemi doganali. Penso che ci siano importatori di telefoni cinesi in Europa. È possibile cercare su internet. Sono sicuro che si possono trovare. È anche possibile controllare Ebay.

    • max_guevara on September 15, 2012 at 3:13 pm
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    Complimenti per questo utilissimo sito, l’ho trovato da pochissimo e sono davvero felice di vedere che qualcuno condivide la mia stessa passione per questi buoni terminali “madee in china”, troppo spesso snobbati o non considerati. E’ davvero un grande archivio di notizie, spesso difficili da trovare in rete, per di più in Italiano! che bello!
    Sono qui da pochi minuti e ho già scoperto smartphones di cui non sapevo ancora nulla, e soprattutto vedo che stanno arrivando smartphones sempre più potenti, quad cores che non hanno niente da invidiare alle marche più blasonate, come lo xiaomi m2: una vera bomba! E a che prezzi. Dunque tu consigli fastcardtech come rivenditore? Imagino tu abbia già acquistato da loro in passato dall’Italia? Com’è andata? Lo chiedo anche a chiunque altro voglia rispondermi, non solo all’ amminisratore del sito. Grazie in anticipo a tutti! Ancora complimenti per il grande e ottimo lavoro dietro questo sito. Grazie.
    P.S.: Io in passato ho anche comprato del Regno Unito, conoscete qualche buon rivenditore inglese?

    1. Hi! Thank you for the compliment! Xiaomi M2 is really a powerful phone. It think it will outperform the Samsung Galaxy SIII. Xiaomi’s 1st phone, the M1, has exceeded expectations. I’m expecting the same for the M2.
      As an international customer, I highly recommend Fastcardtech. I have made many phone purchases from them and they all succeeded without any problems. They claimed they have shipped many times already to Italy. However, I don’t know if there would be any customs problems in your country.
      As for retailers in Europe, I think there are some. You can search them on the internet.

    • max_guevara on September 15, 2012 at 3:42 pm
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    Oh sorry
    I posted my comments on Italian translated version site (I have posted also 2 similar comments because I thinked that my first post was not approved), I noticed just now that the original site is in English. So if you want cancel it, it’s ok. Thanks and compliments for this great site.

    1. That’s okay. I replied to your comment. I hope my translated message in Italian was correct. Anyway, good luck finding your new phone!

    • Eyal abush on September 25, 2012 at 4:45 pm
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    It’s will work in israel?!

    1. GSM (2G) will work in Israel. For WCDMA (3G), plese check the frequencies of your local telecom network. Xiaomi M2 supports 850/1900/2100 MHz WCDMA frequencies.

        • nir on December 31, 2012 at 10:37 pm
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        will it support hebrew Language ?

        1. Hi! It may not support Hebrew language. But you can install custom Hebrew ROMs if you root it. Also, you can ask the seller if they can install Hebrew language on the phone.

    • Drazuhl on September 26, 2012 at 2:40 pm
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    Hi Kris,

    I’m still waiting for this phone but didn’t find any good way to pre-order it yet…

    I’m living in Shenzhen, China, so I would really like to get it as soon as it is out, but I’m confused about the pre-order. For Xiaomi M1S, although the M2 is coming out so soon, they apparently sold 300K phones in less than 15 minutes… So for the M2 I’m afraid that I’ll not be able to pre-order it and it might take days or weeks before I can get a grip on it. I’ve been waiting for it since mid-august so I would like to avoid that…

    I don’t understand why some website say they can take pre-order, as from what I understand, you have to register with your phone number on the website to participate to the pre-order…

    Anyway, I’m confused and as I know you might take one yourself, I was wondering how you will proceed. I know you recommend an online retailer, but as I’m in China I’m not sure it’s a good idea…


    1. Hi!

      I believe online shops have also ordered several phones from Xiaomi, that’s why they are also pre-selling a limited number of Xiaomi M2 phones on their websites. Xiaomi phones are really hot-selling and it is next to impossible to grab one during its first release. Actually, I’ll just wait until it really gets in stock. I’m not really into pre-ordering.

      Best regards

    • ky on October 5, 2012 at 11:58 am
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    No LTE support!?

    1. From the specs I’ve seen, it does not support LTE. But we’ll see after it launches. Sometimes other features will be added once the phone is released in the market.

    • maria on October 16, 2012 at 2:44 am
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    Thanks Kris, helpful, great website. I’m Canadian and looking to purchase a first smartphone and since the brand-names are far too expensive I searched for Chinese full features phones. I noticed that phone chargers included are just for Europe. In Canada data plans are very expensive vs. to other countries therefore I want a phone that has Wi-fi and GPS. I use my mobile just for important calls in and out but if I have wi-fi I’ll certainly use more. We are going for a tour of Central America when wi-fi and gps would be very useful any suggestion which phone should i look into. many thanks,maria

    1. Hello Maria! You can request for the specific type of charger for your country. WiFi and GPS are available in these China phones. You can also download and use Skype.

      I highly recommend Xiaomi M2. It is in stock at Fastcardtech right now if you are interested.

    • HBk KiNgZ on October 24, 2012 at 7:00 pm
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    Hi. I would like to know which is better..xiaomi mi2 or xiaomi mi1s

    1. Hi! Definitely Xiaomi Mi2. But it may not be in stock.

    • Patrick DeStefano on November 7, 2012 at 12:00 am
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    I am studying abroad in Shanghai, but I’m from the USA. I am worried that if I purchase a Xiaomi M2, it may not work when I return to the USA and insert my AT&T Wireless sim card into it. Do you have any knowledge if it is compatible with this service provider?

    1. I think AT&T has a 3G frequency of 850/1900 MHz. Xiaomi M2 has a 3G frequency of 850/1900/2100 MHz, so the phone will work with your service provider. Just confirm it with your carrier.

    • Huwanli on December 22, 2012 at 6:18 pm
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    Where i can buy in Malaysia?

    1. Hi! I don’t think it is available in Malaysia unless someone from your country imports it. For now it is available only in China but you can buy it online at Fastcardtech. They ship worldwide including Malaysia. For more information, click here.

    • GK on January 3, 2013 at 5:06 am
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    Hi There, do you know if it has Google play store app or do I need to install this myself

    1. It has Google Play Store already.

    • Rob on January 20, 2013 at 1:04 am
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    Hello, I’m going to buy this phone but…XIAMI X2 is the same of XIAOMI MI-Two???? Is all the same (productor, the bundle, the box ecc. ) or it is a clone??

    Thank you so much and congratulations for your website!!!

    1. Hi! Yes they are the same. The official name is Xiaomi MI-Two or MI-2.

    • Kay on January 20, 2013 at 4:17 pm
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    Dear Kris,

    You recommend Fastcardtech. They however have this policy of not accepting creditcards over $300. They only accept money transfer at that point. I’m having some trust issues with that. The transactions you have had with them, did they include wire transfers?

    Kind regards,


    1. Hi! I have purchased via Western Union and Paypal. I haven’t tried bank-to-bank transfers. I understand that it’s not easy to trust online transactions. All I can assure you is that Fastcardtech is a legitimate online shop which I trust. I would suggest that you purchase something cheaper for the first time and pay via wire transfer just to gauge their reliability.

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