Xiaomi Redmi 4 was launched in India in May. This smartphone was made exclusively available on Amazon India and Mi.com. It is now reported that Redmi 4 has been made available in offline retail stores in India since Friday.
Redmi 4 was launched in three variants. The price of 2GB RAM / 16GB storage variant was priced at Rs 6,999, 3GB RAM / 32GB of storage at Rs 8,999 and 4GB RAM / 64GB storage variant priced at Rs 10,999.
According to media reports, the price of these handsets in retail stores will be more than 500 rupees. I.e. 2GB RAM 7,499 Variants and 3GB RAM variants will be sold for Rs 9,499. But the company says it is dependent on the retailer. Apart from this, 4GB RAM variants have not been found.
Talking about the specific features of this smartphone, the app lock feature has been added so that the app will also lock from fingerprint. Apart from this, you can create a multi-account profile and a feature can also run two Whitsup accounts in this smartphone. Infrared sensor was also introduced in Redmi 4, due to which it can also be used like Universal Remote Control.
Redmi 4 offers 5-inch HD display with 2.5D worm glass. 2GB RAM and 16GB inbuilt memory are provided with the Octa Core Snapdragon 435 processor. For photography it has a 13-megapixel rear camera and 5-megapixel front camera. Its aperture would be f / 2.2. This budget smartphone camera has Face Detection Autofocus and Dual LED Flash.
Its battery is 4,100mAh and according to the company’s claim it will deliver 18-day standby. For connectivity, it has got standard connectivity features such as 4G LTE and GPS with Bluetooth 4.0. Not only this, it also supports fast charging i.e. the smartphone will be charged soon. Micro SD support will also be available to increase the memory. That is, it can be increased to 128GB.