Following the success of the Redmi Note 3, Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 4 in India today. The handset features a new premium design that will give even more expensive phones a run for their build quality.
Xiaomi today launched the Redmi Note 4 in India. Successor to the massively popular Redmi Note 3, the Redmi Note 4 offers a more premium build quality, better camera, and an improved rear camera.
At an event in Delhi today, Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 4 in India. The handset is the successor to the popular Redmi Note 3 and improves upon it in many key aspects.
Smartphones have been getting closer to this Star Trek-like form factor for years. Just as the original Samsung Galaxy Nexus appalled us all with a giant 4.7” screen in 2011, a vision of the future from Google, the Xiaomi Mi Mix here with a screen that almost touches the edges on three sides, with a 6.4” display in a form factor smaller than any previous sub-6” phablets, is a clear indication of where things are going. And we know where they’ll end up – we saw it on TV, on Star Trek Next Generation 20 years ago…
Xiaomi seems all set to release its first ever global product as it has announced that it will be attending its first ever Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas early next year (January 5-8). The Chinese company has not revealed what its first global product will be though.
Xiaomi’s beautiful concept phone Mi Mix went on sale in limited quantities in China earlier this month. The breathtaking design of the phone has made it a talking point among consumers, even those who live outside of China. While many people would love to get their hands on the Mi Mix, the limited availability and quantity don’t help things.
To much fanfare, Xiaomi unveiled the Mi 5 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year. Despite the handset being primarily available in China and India, Xiaomi decided to unveil its flagship handset for the first half of 2016 at the biggest mobile event in the world to show off its engineering prowess. The Mi 5 sure impressed everyone when it was first launched with its sleek design and impressive specs. However, when the device actually launched, it did not turn out to be that impressive. The glass black felt cheap, the 4-axis stabilized 16MP camera was mediocre, and MIUI on the Mi 5 was filled with bugs.
Xiaomi today announced its latest Redmi handset in China, the Redmi 4. The latest budget wonder from Xiaomi will be available in two different variants, with different specifications. Like the Redmi 3S before it, the Redmi 4 features a unibody aluminium finish that has been further improved on the handset.
Xiaomi has always denied reports and rumors of it entering the smartphone market in the United States. Despite the company’s products being renowned for their specs and value for money ratio, Xiaomi has shied away from one of the largest smartphone market in the world. However, that might change as soon as 2017 if an interview of Hugo Barra, Xiaomi’s Global VP, with Engadget is anything to by.