Like with other Mi devices launched in India over the last couple of years, the company’s latest budget wonder — the Redmi 4 — also comes with an IR blaster. While other OEMs have ditched the IR blaster on their devices, Xiaomi remains the only company that continues to offer this handy sensor on its devices.
Earlier this week, Xiaomi launched its cheapest Redmi handset in India: the Redmi 4A. The handset sits below the Redmi 3S, but packs feature similar to it. At Rs 5,999, the Redmi 4A is significantly better than other similarly priced handsets.