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General
In The Box Handset, USB Cable, Adapter, SIM Tray Remover Pin, User Guide, Warranty Card
Model Number MZB5254IN / MZB5545IN
Model Name Redmi Note 4
Color Black
Browse Type Smartphones
SIM Type Dual Sim
Hybrid Sim Slot Yes
Touchscreen Yes
OTG Compatible Yes
Additional Content 4GB RAM
Sound Enhancements One Speaker (Bottom Opening), Active Noise Cancellation
Display Features
Display Size 5.5 inch
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels
Resolution Type Full HD
GPU Adreno 506
Display Type IPS
Other Display Features Contrast Ratio: 1000:1, 2.5D Glass, 72% NTSC color Gamut, Night Display, Reading Mode, Color Temperature Adjustment
OS & Processor Features
Operating System Android Marshmallow 6.0.1
Processor Type Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 64-bit Octa Core 2GHz
Processor Core Octa Core
Primary Clock Speed 2 GHz
Operating Frequency GSM - 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz; WCDMA - 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz; 4G LTE (TDD) - B40, LTE (FDD) - B3 / B5
Memory & Storage Features
Internal Storage 64 GB
RAM 4 GB
Expandable Storage 128 GB
Supported Memory Card Type microSD
Memory Card Slot Type Hybrid Slot
Call Log Memory Yes
Camera Features
Primary Camera Available Yes
Primary Camera 13MP
Primary Camera Features f2.0 Aperture, 0.1s Ultra-fast PDAF, CMOS Camera, 1.12 micrometre Larger Pixels, 720p at 120 fps Slow-motion Video Recording, 5p Lens Element, Backside illumination (BSI) Technology
Secondary Camera Available Yes
Secondary Camera 5MP
Secondary Camera Features f2.0 Aperture, Face Recognition, 1080p Full HD Video Recording, Smart and Pro Beautify
HD Recording Yes
Full HD Recording Yes
Video Recording Yes
Video Recording Resolution 1920 x 1080
Frame Rate 30 fps
Call Features
Phone Book Yes
Speaker Phone Yes
Call Records Yes
Connectivity Features
Network Type 4G VOLTE, 3G
Supported Networks 4G LTE, 4G LTE
Internet Connectivity 4G, 3G, Wi-Fi
3G Yes
Pre-installed Browser Android
Micro USB Port Yes
Bluetooth Support Yes
Bluetooth Version 4.1
Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi Version 802.11 b/g/n
USB Connectivity Yes
Audio Jack 3.5 mm
Map Support Google Maps
GPS Support Yes
Other Details
Smartphone Yes
SIM Size Micro SIM and Nano SIM
User Interface MIUI 8
Removable Battery No
SMS Yes
Graphics PPI 401 PPI
Internal Memory 64 GB
Sensors Ambient Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, E-Compass, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Hall Sensor
Upgradable Operating System Android - Nougat
Other Features RAM Type: LPDDR3, Metal Back with Polished Antenna Lines, Fingerprint Scanner
Multimedia Features
Audio Formats AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MP3, AMR, FLAC
Video Formats MP4, M4V, MKV, XVID, Supports H.265, H.264, H.263, MPEG4
Battery & Power Features
Battery Capacity 4100 mAh
Dimensions
Width 76 mm
Height 151 mm
Depth 8.4 mm
Weight 165 g
Warranty
Warranty Summary 1 Year for Mobile & 6 Months for Accessories

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Superior smartphone mi 4 ..... love itXiaomi’s Redmi series has changed the expectations of what a budget phone should offer, at least in India. So it’s not surprising to see the company launch one Redmi phone after another this year. The Mi phones are coming, promises Xiaomi, but for now the mantra for success is Redmi, Redmi and some more Redmi.The latest is the Redmi 4 smartphone that marks the return of the budget series with a starting price of Rs 6,999. This time, however, there’s a 4GB RAM and 64GB storage version as well. We got the Redmi 4 unit with 3GB RAM+32GB storage for review. So does the Redmi 4 live up to the expectations? Here’s our review.Specifications: 5-inch HD display |Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 processor at 1.4 Ghz |3GB RAM+32GB storage (expandable) | 13MP rear camera with PDAF, LED flash + 5 MP front camera | 4100 mAh battery | Android M with MIUI 8 | See full specifications of Redmi 4 here |  Price: Rs 8,999 for the 3GB RAM+32GB storageRedmi 4Redmi 4 sports a metal unibody design, just like the Redmi Note 4. In fact, it is fair to call this a mini Redmi Note 4. It’s good to see Xiaomi introduce a matte black variant at this price point, however the phone is prone to picking up dust, fingerprint smudges on the back.Redmi 4 is a like mini Redmi Note 4 when it comes to design.The volume rockers and power button are on the right side, the SIM tray on the left side. It has antenna lines at the top and bottom on the rear of the phone. The camera lens is tucked away neatly in one corner with the LED flash placed before it. The fingerprint scanner is at the back.Xiaomi has added dual speakers at the bottom, and there’s a micro-USB port at the bottom of the phone. There’s glass all over the front, along with the front camera on top. Yes, this one still has a 3.5mm headphone jack on top, but you’ll have to purchase the headphones separately.Given the 5-inch form factor this is compact, and will fit in your jeans pocket. Also you can easily use this smartphone with one hand. I would say this is one of the nicest-looking devices you can get for Rs 6,999. However, getting a cover is a must for this phone.Redmi 4 sports a 13MP rear camera on the back.What’s good?Redmi 4 has 5-inch HD resolution display, and while 720p might be a bummer, it works pretty well for this screen size. You can read easily on this, even in bright sunlight. For video consumption, this is a more than acceptable display considering the price.Battery is the highlight of the Redmi 4. It will easily last more than a day with heavy usage. I didn’t have to charge this phone on daily basis. For most budget phone buyers, this is a major relief point. In the PCMark battery test, it scores around 12 hours plus.But yes, charging this one takes some time. I used this phone as WiFi hotspot to set up another, much more expensive phone and even though Redmi 4 was under 40 per cent, it lasted the whole day. The battery saver option is another feature in the phone that you can rely on to extend your phone’s usage. Even with under six per cent charge, it managed to last the 40-minute ride  back home.For a budget phone, I’d say this is impressive. I used this phone with a 4G SIM card.Redmi 4 has dual speakers at the bottom of the device.Performance of the Redmi 4 is certainly above average when you compare it with other phones in similar price range. Benchmarks scores might not be that high, but the 3GB RAM version we got can handle multitasking easily. If your major points of consumption are YouTube, Facebook, and the rest of the social media apps, this phone is more than enough. Side note: You can run games like Asphalt 8, etc on this, but there is a noticeable lag at times.PCMark battery test, Antutu and GeekBench scores for Redmi 4.Coming to the camera, Redmi 4 has 13MP rear camera, which manages to get some really nice shots when the light is proper. It is quick to focus, though HDR results take some time to process and the colours don’t look so bad. The low-light performance is not terrible, considering this is a budget phone. However, pictures do have noise on the edges, which is hard to miss.Sample shots from Redmi 4. (Image resized for web)Sample shots from Redmi 4. (Image resized for web)Sample shots from Redmi 4. (Image resized for web)The fingerprint scanner is now standard across all storage options and it works pretty accurately most of the time. Redmi 4 runs the MIUI8 on Android M and you get features like dual WhatsApp and dual Facebook Messenger.  I like how Xiaomi’s UI will put all the annoying SMSes under the notifications tab, rather than flooding your inbox with them. These neat tricks make the MIUI8 actually more useful than a lot of other ‘customised UIs’ in the market.So what’s not good?This phone is still running Android M. Now Xiaomi has promised an Android Nougat build, but they sure could have launched the phone with the latest build. After all, Android O is already here.The low-light performance is still far from perfect. Colours like red tend to look washed out in some of the photos. Also in bright sunlight, it’s hard to figure out how the final picture will look like at times.Sample shots from Redmi 4. (Image resized for web)The phone tends to heat up at times, especially when you leave it for charging for sometime or are playing games for a really long time. However, this is not a major problem, and not something that would discourage usage of the phone.Should you buy?Xiaomi Redmi 4 is for those users, who want long battery life, and a phone that works just right without paying over Rs 10,000. I’d say this phone has the advantage over Redmi 4A because the battery will last you much more, and for Indian users this is a crucial factor to keep in mind.Plus the 5-inch form factor means this will appeal to those who don’t like big displays, and want a device that easily fits in their pant pockets. Get the Redmi 4 if you’ve been on the lookout for a new budget smartphone. But if you want to pay more, the market has other options as well, including Redmi Note 4, Moto G5 Plus, and others.
ByAditya - October 16, 2017
it's a nice deal at this price range wrt built quality, software and hardware.
Aditya - October 17, 2017
7000 of mobile is very well camera quality is awosome
ByManish V Patel - October 17, 2017
Its awosome looking so handsome its work god the camera ra really awosome
ByRAKESH SAHOO - October 17, 2017
jst great
RAKESH SAHOO - July 18, 2017
your product is super
ByMOHAMMED HOSSAIN - June 12, 2017

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