One of the reasons why Haaland chose to go to Borussia Dortmund instead of a team with more cache it’s because there they allowed him to sign a 75 million euro release clause. Is clause is not launched this summer, but in the next opening of the window of signings, the winter of 2021. This would enable his arrival in Madrid for a more than reasonable price when it has been seen if his contribution remains so spectacular for the goal. In comparison, Madrid paid 60 million for Jovic, 45 for Vinicius and 40 for Rodrygo.Haaland would fit into the policy of young signings of Madrid and also in its future strategy, which is none other than undertake the signing of Mbappé in the summer of 2021, when he only has one year left on his contract and can come at a reasonable price. Make a prior investment by Haaland of 75 million would not abort the plans that the white entity has with the French star. The Norwegian striker is an option, and more so if they come badly given this season. Now that the debate about lack of goal a name rings again for him Real Madrid from the future, the young Norwegian striker Haaland (19 years old), what is dazzling since he arrived in Borussia, with which you have already marked 12 goals in his first eight games. That Madrid is having a goal problem is something already evident. In 2020, the team’s pichichi is Isco, with three goals. The hiring of Jovic, the big bet of the summer, has not worked. They are only two goals this season. Now, with the tie of eighth against City so uphill, a defeat in the Classic could trigger a series of movements that would re-activate the Transfer market in Madrid. Haaland is the great attraction of the market by price and youth. Borussia made a total investment of 60 million by the forward 1.94 meters high. They were 20 million transfer to Salzburg, three commission for Mino Raiola and a salary of 36 million euros for the 4.5 years of contractor that you have been signed (eight million gross per season). Some numbers that are far behind the contribution he is having in the Bundesliga.
It’s pretty ironic that both Samsung and Xiaomi decided to launch their new phablets the very same day. While Samsung has launched the Galaxy Note 4 successor, Note 5; Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 2 (and Redmi Note 2 Prime).We say ironic because both Samsung and Xiaomi’s offerings lie on two opposite sides of the market spectrum. The Note 5 is a high-end premium phablet and is likely to retail anywhere around the Rs.45,000+ price point, while the Redmi Note 2 lies in the budget segment, its price being around the Rs.10,000 bracket.Also Read: Note 5, S6 Edge+: Top features of Samsung’s bigger and sexier phablets The price difference is so huge, that even putting up a comparison piece between the two is non-justifiable. But, Xiaomi’s phones (and phablets) have done exceptionally well in the market, and the Redmi Note first generation was a major hit. The Redmi Note 2 is likely to be as good, if not better.At the same time, Samsung’s Note series is one that has helped cement the South Korean tech giant into the hearts and minds of business-savvy pros looking for a well-rounded premium phablet, to kind of let go of the need to have a tablet/laptop around all the time. Not that the Note is any less popular among other buyers.Let the price gap not be a reason for you to call off the Redmi Note 2. At the same time, let not the high price of the Note 5 be a deterrent for you to avoid it saying, it’s too pricy.advertisementThe following piece is intended to be a one stop guide to all specifications (differences) of the two phablets, put side by side, for quick reference:Design and buildThe Redmi Note 2 has an all plastic body. It is 8.3mm thin and weighs 160 grams. The Note 5 on the other hand has an all glass body with a metal frame. It is 6.9mm thin and weighs just 153 grams.DisplayThe Redmi Note 2 has a 5.5-inch FullHD IPS display with a 1080×1920 pixels resolution and 401ppi pixel density. The Note 5 has a 5.7-inch QuadHD Super AMOLED display with a 1440×2560 pixels resolution and 518ppi pixel density.SoftwareThe Redmi Note 2 runs Android 5.0 Lollipop out-of-the-box with the company’s own MIUI 7 on top. The Note 5 runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop-based TouchWiz UI on top.PerformanceThe Redmi Note 2 is powered by a 2GHz octa-core Mediatek MT6795 Helio X10 SoC coupled with PowerVR G6200 GPU and 2GB RAM. It comes with 16GB of internal memory (non-expandable). The Note 5 is powered by a 2.1GHz octa-core Exynos 7420 processor with Mali-T760MP8 GPU and 4GB RAM. It will come in 32GB and 64GB memory variants (non-expandable).CameraThe Redmi Note 2 sports a 13MP rear camera with autofocus and LED flash along with a 5MP front camera. The Note 5 has a 16MP rear camera with optical image stabilisation, autofocus and LED flash along with a 5MP front-facing camera. BatteryThe Redmi Note 2 has a 3,060 mAh battery while the Note 5 uses a 3,000 mAh battery.