Xiaomi surprises the mobile world again with the announcement of a new phablet dubbed Redmi Note 4, a device that despite its all-metal design and quite powerfull hardware, it will go on sale for as little as £100, about 112 Euros.
Redmi Note 4 is the successor of Note 3, and in comparison to last year model the new phablet packs a deca-core processor, the MediaTek MT6797M Helio X20 clocked at 2.1GHz and feature 5.5-inch LCD Full HD display
Additionally, it comes equipped with 5 and 13 mega pixels cameras, fingerprint sensor positioned at the back, a 4,100 mAh battery (4,000 mAh on Note 3 in 2015), runs MIUI 8 custom ROM based on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), 2 or 3 GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB of ROM (internal storage).
The lesser equipped model price tag is £102 (about 112 Euros), while the 64 GB model with 3GB of ROM costs a few extra pounds – £137, but it is still a very attractive offer for anyones pocket. Both variants will be available as of tomorrow, August 26, in Asia. No word on Redmi Note 4 availability in other markets from Xiaomi, yet.