Xiaomi recently introduced the latest of its budget friendly smartphones dubbed Redmi 4, and it will be available in three variations: Redmi 4, Redmi 4A and Redmi 4 Pro. All of them are packing low to mid-range hardware, as they are intended to sell as affordable devices mainly in Asia, with an asking price ranging from $75 to $135.
So, lets start with the better equipped one, Redmi 4 Pro. The phone packs Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 625 CPU clocked at 2GHz with Adreno 506 GPU, it has 3GB of RAM, 32GB of built-in storage, a 5-inch IPS Full HD screen, 13MP main camera with dual-tone Flash LED, 5MP front-facing selfie snapper, fingerprint sensor, a 4,100 mAh battery, runs MIUI 8 (which is Android Marshmallow at core).
The standard Redmi 4 has the same 5″ display with 2.5D glass, but the screen resolution is only 720p HD. The CPU unit is a Snapdragon 430 clocked at 1.4GHz in this case and it only has 2GB of RAM. Other specs include 16GB of internal storage, a dual SIM hybrid slot and the same 4,100 mAh battery.
The lesser equipped model at under £60 is the Redmi 4A, which comes with the same 5″ IPS 720p display, but with the Snapdragon 425 quad-core CPU, the Adreno 308 GPU and 2GB of RAM. The battery capacity is also smaller at 3,125 mAh, although it has the same 13MP and 5MP camera sensors, like the standard Redmi 4.