Mi series of Redmi Note continues as it is back with launching Redmi Note 4 in a short span of time after Redmi Note 3.
Mi always comes up with new added features along with pre-existing features at a reasonable price.
This time the Redmi Note 4 will be available in not two but THREE variants in India: one with 2GB RAM and 32GB memory,
second with 3GB RAM and 32GB memory and the third one with 4GB RAM and 64GB memory.The variants are designed
as per the requirement.

2GB and 32GB -> INR 9,999
3GB and 32GB -> INR 10,999
4GB and 64GB -> INR 12,999


Aluminum unibody design
5.5-inch IPS display of 1080p resolution with a 401 PPI
MediaTek MT6797 Helio X20 chipset
OS: Android 6.0 Marshmallow with MIUI 8
Standard edition: 2GB RAM with 32GB of storage;
High edition: 3GB RAM with 64GB storage;
13MP primary camera + 5MP secondary camera
Connectivity: Dual SIM, VoLTE support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, IR, microUSB
Other features: MicroSD support, Hybrid slot shared with 2nd SIM, Fingerprint sensor
4,100mAh battery


The box that the Redmi Note 4 comes in, consists of the phone itself, a microUSB cable and a charger. The charger is the fastest one that the phone officially supports. Xiaomi has changed the manufacturing process for the metal body since the Note 3, which has resulted in a higher quality, and a sturdier body. However, it weighs more too – 175g vs. 164g. Furthermore, 0.3mm has been shaved off from the thickness and the sides have been given a new shape.

Coming to the finishing, Xiaomi opted to polish the metal, which somehow takes away the ‘metal feel’ and also makes fingerprints more visible. However, we do like the way the metal is chamfered on the sides as it gives the user a secure grip. Furthermore, the classic positioning of the controls helps greatly with the ergonomics. You honestly feel like you’re holding something special with the Note 4 because it achieves a great design and build at an exceptionally affordable price.


The Note 4 uses a 5.5-inch IPS LCD screen and shows no color shifting at different angles. It has a resolution of 1080p and comes with automatic brightness. However, the high reflectivity of the screen makes it hard to read under the sun’s glare.

The colors are actually fairly accurate but there is an increased contrast mode, which changes the dynamic contrast on a per-image basis and makes photos look punchier. Furthermore, you can enable the Reading mode to reduce the amount of blue light in the evening and trigger it automatically for certain selected apps like Kindle, which involve reading.


The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 has a 13MP main camera, which is a downgrade from the 16MP camera of the Note 3. However, both models have dual-tone flash, videos of 1080p resolution, phase detection, autofocus and dual-LED. There is a 5MP selfie camera. However, the highest video resolution it supports is 720p, which is again a downgrade from Note 3 that could take 1080p selfie videos. The selfie camera itself is actually quite good as it captures plenty of detail and has good color rendering. Although, the dynamic range stands as an issue as it is not very wide and also, there is no HDR mode for selfies.

There is a Manual mode that only gives the user control over ISO and White balance, but you can’t change shutter speed or control focus manually. The HDR mode was too conservative and although, the Panorama mode had good resolution and stitching, it ends up being too soft.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 shoots 1080p video at 30fps and can do 120fps slow-motion videos at 720p. However, the slow motion mode isn’t available until you manually switch the resolution to 720p. Sound quality is okay.


2GB + 32GB:
snapdragon 625,octa-core 2.0GHz
32GB eMMC 5.0 Flash
4G dual sim

3GB + 32GB:
snapdragon 625,octa-core 2.0GHz
32GB eMMC 5.0 Flash
4G dual sim

4GB + 64GB:
snapdragon 625,octa-core 2.0GHz
32GB eMMC 5.0 Flash
4G dual sim

upto 128GB expandable storage,applicable to all Redmi 4 variants.


4100mAh(typ)/4000mAh(min)lithium-ion polymer battery
5V/2A charging


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Paras Arora is the CEO and Founder of The | TechVerts. Paras is an Entrepreneur. He is Google Certified / Microsoft Certified - Digital Marketer. He runs many websites along with The | TechVerts. He loves Tech too much and after that Cricket. Have Queries ? : Shoot a mail on Paras@thetechverts.in


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