Xiaomi beat LG to the punch by announcing the first quad-core Krait-powered phone (though the Optimus G should have the distinction of shipping first). The Xiaomi Mi-Two will go into production on September 22, revealed the company's co-founder.
Also, the Mi-Two will be coming in a 32GB version along with the originally announced 16GB version. The rest of the specs include a Qualcomm APQ8064 chipset, 2GB of RAM, 4.3" IPS LCD with 720p resolution (342ppi) and a 2000mAh standard battery (and optional 3000mAh).
The Xiaomi Mi-Two will start shipping in mid to late October at RMB 1,999 ($315, €225) for the 16GB version. It's still unclear how much the 32GB model will cost, though.
Considering the Mi-1S, a slight update of the original Xiaomi phone sold 200,000 units in 30 minutes, we're wondering if Xiaomi shouldn't have started production of the Mi-Two already.
Source (in Chinese)
Pls this mobail launch lndia
Also everything from Apple is from China.
look at the back of your battery, its also made in china or taiwan