In October, 2014, Xiaomi became the world’s 3rd biggest smartphone manufacturer. This company took roots 5 years ago in Beijing, China, and the most amazing thing about it, is that they gained a place on podium in such a short period of time. Nowadays, Xiaomi fights shoulder to shoulder with companies such as Samsung, LG, Lenovo and so on. Moreover, the company is described as “China’s own Apple Inc”.
One month ago, Xiaomi announced a new smartphone called Mi 4c, the successor of Mi 4i. Their design is almost the same, but things are pretty different under the hood. Also, there’s a price tag differences as well, the Mi 4c is slightly more expensive than the Mi 4i.
So, is it worth upgrading from Xiaomi Mi4i to Mi4c? Let’s find out together!
Design & Display
Xiaomi Mi 4c and Mi 4i have the same design cues, the same size and thickness except the weight, Mi 4c is only 2 grams heavier (132g) than the Mi 4i (130g). Both smartphones feature a 5 inch display, same screen resolution (1920x1080p) and the same pixel density (441ppi). The thing that separates the two smartphones is the scratch resistant layer of Gorilla Glass found on the Mi 4i, while the Mi 4c lacks such protection from Corning.
Xiaomi Mi 4c comes equipped with an hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chipset (quad-core 1.44GHz + dual-core 1.8Ghz), while Mi 4i is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor. Their GPUs are different too. Mi 4c sports an Adreno 418 GPU, the Mi 4i has an Adreno 405 GPU. Both are av