Redmi Note 4 is back again! Goes on sale from 1 pm
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The Redmi Note 4, Xiaomi's record-breaking champion is about to go on sale once again today at 1 in the afternoon on Flipkart and Xiaomi's e-commerce portal, mi.com. Xiaomi sold more than a million units within the first 45 days of its launch, 250,000 within the first four minutes alone. The company plans on selling around 7 million units in 2017 in India, which is one of Xiaomi's primary market.

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For Rs 12,999 the highest-end variant of the Redmi Note 4 sports 4GB of RAM with 64GB of storage with the lowest-end going for Rs 9,999 with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. In between is the 3GB RAM and 32GB storage variant at Rs 10,999. In essence, you can have a Redmi Note 4 for every budget.

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And it's a damn good phone to own as well. For a phone priced below fifteen grands, it has a 5.5-inch fullHD LCD panel encased within an all-metal unibody. Underneath is the efficient powerhorse, the Snapdragon 625 which guarantees a 25 per cent gain in battery, pushing the battery life to over a day in the phone.

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The Redmi Note 4, Xiaomi’s record-breaking champion is about to go on sale once again today at 1 in the afternoon on Flipkart and Xiaomi’s e-commerce portal, mi.com. Xiaomi sold more than a million units within the first 45 days of its launch, 250,000 within the first four minutes alone. The company plans on selling around 7 million units in 2017 in India, which is one of Xiaomi’s primary market.

The camera is particularly impressive. The 13-megapixel rear camera captures phones with finesse. The large 1.12um pixel size also keeps light from spilling out into neighbouring pixels resulting in sharp and crisp photos. It is also a good low-light performer and comes replete with manual controls. The 5 megapixel front camera captures selfies well enough. Xiaomi had stated that the benchmark for the camera on this phone was the iPhone 6, and boy has it delivered. You can check it out in our review of the phone .

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Complementing the efficient chipset is a massive 4,100mAh battery which gives around 40 hours of juice in daily use. This one is a roadrunner and thanks to the flash sale model Xiaomi uses to sell it, it is quite a novelty to own the 'heir apparent' .

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The Redmi Note 4, Xiaomi’s record-breaking champion is about to go on sale once again today at 1 in the afternoon on Flipkart and Xiaomi’s e-commerce portal, mi.com. Xiaomi sold more than a million units within the first 45 days of its launch, 250,000 within the first four minutes alone. The company plans on selling around 7 million units in 2017 in India, which is one of Xiaomi’s primary market.

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The Redmi Note 4, Xiaomi’s record-breaking champion is about to go on sale once again today at 1 in the afternoon on Flipkart and Xiaomi’s e-commerce portal, mi.com. Xiaomi sold more than a million units within the first 45 days of its launch, 250,000 within the first four minutes alone. The company plans on selling around 7 million units in 2017 in India, which is one of Xiaomi’s primary market.

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The Redmi Note 4, Xiaomi’s record-breaking champion is about to go on sale once again today at 1 in the afternoon on Flipkart and Xiaomi’s e-commerce portal, mi.com. Xiaomi sold more than a million units within the first 45 days of its launch, 250,000 within the first four minutes alone. The company plans on selling around 7 million units in 2017 in India, which is one of Xiaomi’s primary market.