Those cheeky monkeys over at Xiaomi have unveiled yet another product that looks suspiciously like another huge device on the market. We've already seen its take on the MacBook with the Mi Notebook Air, as well as its iPhone equivalent, the Mi 5s. Now it's time for the Mi Note 2 — basically, a Samsung Galaxy Note7 without all of the explosions.

Just like Xiaomi's other products, the Mi Note 2 packs a pretty good punch for its price. It has a 5.7-inch curved OLED display, a 23MP camera on the back and an 8MP one on the front, a Snapdragon 821 processor, 6GB of RAM, and a 4,070 mAh battery.

The Android-powered phone is set to launch on November 1 in China for 3,299 yuan (approximately $485) with a cheaper, 4GB RAM/64GB model available at 2,799 yuan (roughly $410). There's also a special model, with support for 37 LTE bands, that retails at 3,499 yuan ($515), which should be import friendly.

Check out the commercial below, and stay tuned for more information regarding an official U.S. release.

In other tech news, this new iPhone 7 accessory brings back the headphone jack in a major way.

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