Xiaomi Mi 4 TeCake

The Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Xiaomi has again slashed down the price of its flagship device Xiaomi Mi 4 by Rs. 2000. The buyers of 64 GB variant of the device will now have to drill lesser to their pockets as they can avail it at Rs 19999 on Flipkart. However, the 16 GB variant is available at its stable price of Rs. 17,999.

This is the second price cut for the smartphone within the last three months. Previously, Manu Jain, Xiaomi India head, officially tweeted that the 16 GB variant will be available at a price of Rs. 17,999 and the 64 GB variant will carry a price tag of Rs. 21,999.

At the launching event, the 16 GB variant was unveiled with a price tag of Rs 19,999, meanwhile the 64 GB variant was unleashed at a price of Rs. 23,999.

Refreshing the specs, the Mi4 runs on MiUi6 based on Android 4.4.4 KitKat that is supported by a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon Krait 4000 processor that is coupled with a 3GB of RAM. Moreover, the company has fronted the device with a offers a 5-inch 1080p FHD IPS LCD and an 8 megapixel of front-facing selfie shooter.

In addition, for a decent photography experience the flagship device is packed with a 13 megapixel of primary image snapper that captures high-quality images in daylight and supports low light photography as well. The rear camera is featured with LED Flash, Sony IMX214 BSI sensor and 4K video recording. The device  is powered with a 3080 mAh of a gigantic battery.

Tech Specs for Xiaomi Mi 4

Display5-inch 1080p FHD IPS LCD
Camera13MP rear and 8MP front
Processor2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon Krait 400
RAM3 GB
OSMiUi based on Android 4.4.3 KitKat
Battery3080 mAh
Storage16/64 GB

 

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  • Prashant

    Anybody looking to buy any Chinese goods should avoid them. These Chinese are making daily noises on different front. By buying Chinese goods, you are helping Chinese economically. Which is strengthening their aggression on borders and international forums.

    People please buy any goods from anywhere, but not from any Chinese company. In a way, you are buying the death tools for our own soldiers. Anyone having any doubt should check youtube for videos. Not only that, they are helping Pakistan in their defence programs.

    I am appealing you to be a patriotic and don’t buy any Chinese goods. Other may cost little more, but can’t you spend some extra bucks for the sake of our own country?