No snappydragon = no buy! MTK is c*rap, consumes to much, gpu is bad, no roms to play with.
I m waiting for this redmi pro inspite of the fact i lost my phone and waiting eagerly for this phone and for xiaomi india is the biggest n breakthrough market and it neglects india. Truly I feel pity for xiaomi they cant explore indians.Go to Hell #XIAOMI.
The first redmi note have many variant sd and mtk, 2 its not sd,3 have 2 variant sd n mtk and 4 maybe not too, its just like oxoxox, waiting for sd variant? You will have time for redmi note 5 hahaha
who cares? they will launch Redmi Note 5 in December this year anyway, according to last year practice.
Waiting since long time to buy latest phone with SD652 from Xiaomi....We should go for LE@2
No no no...We don't like it? wt happen to xiaomi? U will loose ur market asap.... if u like this....
Even we can spend up to 15k for xiaomi SD 652.
ThuckingFypo, 14 Sep 2016what about indian then??they dont release lots of device for india but when they come bring good devices
just chill. It's just a rumour, i think redmi4 sd is coming. Don't worry, they cannot ignore Indian market which is huge!
ThuckingFypo, 14 Sep 2016what about indian then??Indian will save money to buy the xiami phone. lol
we need SD652 for redmi note 4 in india.. if not .. u will loose the market in the india..
Anonymous, 14 Sep 2016if it is real, i am saying "go to hell, xiaomi. "
i was waiting eagerly to launch in india, t... moreRedmi Note 3 Pro was launched in China as well as in India
What this article may mean is, that the Snapdragon variant of Redmi Note 4 may not be launched IN CHINA.... I think this analyst talks only about China launches... not about Xiaomi's products outside China
So, let's hope and wait for Redmi Note 4 launch in India with a SD processor
Anyway, even if it doesn't launch it.... why would you be so rude to the brand?
Anonymous, 14 Sep 2016India might get REDMI PRO with SD652 variant. No with sd 653 with 4 A73 core which is more powerful than sd 652 . It also comes with adrino 515 gpu