The Xiaomi Mi4 was officially announced and it officially comes with a 5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 801 processor and 3GB RAM. There’s no much huge to look at, when you check for the changes from the Mi 3 to Mi 4, but still, the company has made quite a few changes which are noticeable and Xiaomi has managed to price the device at an affordable range, yet again. The 16GB variant of Xiaomi Mi 3 is priced at $320, while the 64GB one is priced at $400.
Xiaomi, the chinese smartphone manufacturer, is exploring and expanding. After the huge success for its current flagship smartphone, the XiaoMi Mi3, the company is all set and preparing for the next device, which in terms of specs can be an easy winner over the flagships of Tier-1 brands too. The Xiaomi Mi4 is already in the leaks, and the specifications that we found are quite promising. The entry of the company into the Indian market is a huge focus for them, because India is a vast market to explore, but China was their business, thus the Mi4 would be out in China earlier than anywhere else.
The operating system running in the Mi4 would be MIUI v5, which is based on the Android 4.4 KitKat OS, and MIUI is the forked version of Android from Xiaomi which they use in their smartphones. The smartphone is said to be coming with a 3200 mAh battery, which now doesn’t really feel like very high as the competitors have been bringing out devices in the mid-range, with 4000 mAh battery.
According to the listing, the Xiaomi Mi4 would be available in the following countries – Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Russia, Brazil, Vietnam, Turkey, Thailand, and India. The model number is XM2626GD and there is no information about the availability or date of announcement. But while we talk about it, there is nothing really verified and thus we cannot claim that the information given on the website is entirely true or not.
The pricing given on the website is $600, and if that is true, then Xiaomi’s device isn’t any cheap when compared to the earlier devices from the company. But again, this is just a listing which isn’t from the company and everyone now trusts Xiaomi for the point that they have the most aggressive pricing system in the smartphone market. Let us hope for the best and there’s quite a lot of time for us to wait and watch at what Xiaomi is up to.
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