If you’re looking for an affordable phablet under RM1,000, you can now get the newer Redmi Note 4 in Malaysia. This isn’t the earlier version that came with a 10-core MediaTek Helio X20 processor. Instead, it runs a Snapdragon 625 processor that’s based on a smaller 14nm process.
Xiaomi has finally announced the Redmi Note 4 for international markets. It was first introduced for the Chinese market back in August 2016.
The new affordable phablet has more refinement with an all metal body along with the use of 2.5D glass in front. Powering the Chinese Redmi Note 4 is a 10-core MediaTek Helio X20 processor but now it’s getting a different processor for international markets.
About two weeks ago, Xiaomi had launched its new Redmi Note 4. The popular affordable phablet series now gets an updated premium design with a more powerful deca-core Helio X20 processor. While it will take a while before it arrives officially to our local market, a couple of grey importers are already offering import sets in Malaysia from as low as RM699.
The Redmi Note series has always been a top choice if you’re looking for an affordable phablet. Since 2013, Xiaomi has shipped a total of 110 million Redmi devices making it a huge volume driver for Xiaomi. The current Redmi Note 3 is one of our favourite smartphones under RM1,000. According to IDC, it was also the highest shipped smartphone in India’s online market in any given quarter.
Barely five months since it went on sale in Malaysia, Xiaomi has just introduced a newer Redmi Note 4 which offers upgraded specs and more refinement to its all metal exterior body.
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The hype surrounding Xiaomi‘s rumoured Redmi Pro smartphone has been steadily increasing as its official launch creeps closer. With just one day between now and finding out what the Chinese company will launch, it appears Xiaomi’s CEO has proudly confirmed one of the key specifications for the Redmi Pro.
Xiaomi is set to unveil something massive, two somethings in fact, during their upcoming launch event next week. We, along with many others, have speculated that the Chinese company will be pulling the sheets off their new Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 smartphone but specifications for this particular device has been scarce.
Xiaomi is holding a launch event next week and it’s going to be a big one. Held at Beijing’s National Convention Centre, they are opening ticket sales at 199 CNY. It has been said that Xiaomi will be unveiling its new Redmi Note 4 and yet another all new product.