The company organised a contest that features a world puzzle which is currently running on Xiaomi's official page on Facebook. The company is distributing priority access passes to the participants by which  potential buyers will be able to purchase upcoming smartphone.

The puzzle features finding three words which are the key features of the phone, one of many such words is “Snapdragon”. The contest will end on March 11, we can expect Xiaomi India to launch the device anytime after that.

Xiaomi's Redmi 2 smartphone was launched in China on January 15 at 699 yuan (approximately Rs 6,800).

Revamped Redmi 2  variant inherits a few features from its predecessor along with a bundle of upgrades apart from the 4G-capability.

The new model is clocked at 64-bit 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor, while Redmi 1S was clocked at 1.6GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 chipset.
Redmi 1S has 1.6-megapixel front camera whereas Redmi 2 gets an upgraded 2-megapixel camera.

The battery has been modified and fueling the smartphone's operations is 2,200mAh for enhanced usage, up from 2,000mAh of Redmi 1S.

Xiaomi has also worked on the battery capacity by adding the feature of QuickCharge 1.0 technology for faster battery charging.

Xiaomi Redmi 2 will run on Android 4.4-based MIUI 6.0 software while the Redmi 1S runs on the Android 4.3-based MIUI 5.0 custom skin. The upgraded variant is thinner and lighter, it measures 9.2mm and weighs 134grams instead of 9.9mm and 158gram.

Redmi 2 matches it's predecessor in some aspects like the new Redmi 2 features same 5-inch HD screen with DragonTrail glass as Redmi 1S has.

On the memory front, 8GB internal storage which is expandable through microSD card up to 32GB complimented by 1GB worth of RAM and connectivity options.