Mi launched Xiaomi Redmi 4 Smartphone in its event in Delhi. Xiaomi has not come up with anything new in its new phone Xiaomi Redmi 4 this time, but the price is reduced considerably compared to all the other Mi phones. It’s Launch in Total 3 variant. 2GB & 16GB, 3GB & 32GB and 4GB & 64GB. All the variants of Xiaomi 4 have the same features in common. Such as Processor, Display, Fingerprint ect
Xiaomi Redmi 4 Full Specification
Mi is always known for its Best Smartphone and this is one such company of China. Who make the Best Phone at the lowest price. So far, any number of Smartphone has come in it such as Xiaomi Redmi 4A, Redmi Note 4 or Redmi Note 3 sold out at all. MI is the first company that always sells Smartphone through Flash Sale.
In Xiaomi Redmi 4, you will not get to see anything new, but whatever you get to watch it will be the best, compared to any of the Smartphones in that Price Range, you can compare yourself.
• Display : 5.0″ HD IPS Screen
• Processor : Snapdragon 435 Octa Core Processor & Adreno 505 GPU
• RAM & Storage : 2GB & 16GB, 3GB & 32GB और 4GB & 64GB.
• Camera : 13MP Rear Camera & 5MP Front Camera
• Battery : 4100mAh
• Fingerprint Scanner : Yes (All Variant)
• Android OS : Android Nougat 7.0
Build and Design
With its predecessor, Redmi 3S is one of the most compact phones in the market today. This radmi brings the same metal chassis on Note 4, which means that it looks hard and strong. The primary change here is in the fact that there is a flattering design language, in which there is a circular body in comparison to Xiaomi Redmi 4 3s. The edges are sharp along the front and rear, making a ridge on the edges in front of the edges. The back edges are still rounded and ergonomics are beyond the question.
As before, the back is a fingerprint scanner, there is a symmetric camera module on it, and there is a flash next to the camera sensor. You will find a headphone jack and a micro-USB charger at the top. The hybrid sim slot is located in the side.
Running on the next repeater element – Display You enjoy the oversaturated color tone, which we have come to connect with the Xiamen display, with dark contrast and a much more contrast ratio for the budget device. This is a 720p panel, which creates approximately 294 ppi pixel density, an acceptable criterion in sub-10k range. Will a FHD Panel be possible? Well, maybe. But it does not matter here.
Snapdragon 430 and 435 are virtually the same chipset, in which the only big change is the new Qualcomm Snapdragon X9 LTE Modem. This gives you theoretically quick data speeds. But in terms of pure display speed, you will see that there is very little.
If there is a good news about Xiaomi Redmi 4 then Xiaomi is back on its impressive camera algorithm. Xiaomi Redmi 4 is a remarkable improvement on what the company is seeing in particular in the budget range. The cameras are fast and quite reliable, when shooting shots suddenly.
Radmi produces good saturation levels in 4 well-burnt situations, so you can play with the filter without the risk of wasting them. Overall, this is a good camera for the budget limit and Xiaomi is just one step away from what is producing.
It is possible that the new SOC is more powerful than hunger compared to Snapdragon 430. Compared to Redmi 3s Prime, there was a slight decrease in battery life in Xiaomi Redmi 4. It takes 15 hours and 4 minutes to get 80% to 20% of battery mark. It is not a big drop to complain, but still it is a drop. Redmi 3S Prime will run this for approximately an hour.
Overall, the phone will still be your whole day from morning to night. This is not for very heavy use, but if you are playing a game on it, you will also find it on the same charge in a single day. I was able to stream two hours of HD video with a battery of 40%, and 9% if you were inactive would keep you up all night. This GPS leaves 1% of battery per 1 minute of navigation.
Xiaomi Redmi 4 Price In India
• Xiaomi Redmi 4 32 GB On (BUY NOW) Flipkart 9225
• Xiaomi Redmi 4 32 GB On (BUY NOW) Amazon 7999
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