CM3, 13 Jul 2017Really dude? It's a f*****g clock widget. Hardly samsungs invention. They look exactly like the S8's xiaomi cant do something original after all
Wow its 2017 and its July. Still using microusb and that wlan connection though. The design look nice btw. So sad with that
ByX44, 13 Jul 2017By the clocks i see that xiaomi will copy samsung this timeReally dude? It's a f*****g clock widget. Hardly samsungs invention.
Anonymous, 13 Jul 2017Battery back up would be actually same if not better, with andoid 7 efficienty and 630 on 14nm... moreEver since the Lenovo P780 came out in 2013, all my succeeding phones since then have been at least 4000mAh. I sold the P780 and the buyer was very happy that it lasted more than a day despite heavy use. (It used to last 2 days or more with heavy use which was unheard of in a smartphone in 2013). In short, if you have non-removable battery and plan to still be able to use the phone or sell it after 4 years with no battery issues, 4000mAh is a good starting point.
Battery back up would be actually same if not better, with andoid 7 efficienty and 630 on 14nm. Bravo Xiaomi, well done
I always wanted a Redmi 4 Prime with 64GB internal memory since I need the dual SIM and my favorite offline encyclopedia app is 16GB in size leaving very little internal memory for other apps if the phone's internal memory were only 32GB. Settled for the Redmi 4X 64gb instead. Now there is the better Redmi 5. Everything is an upgrade except the smallish 3680mAh battery. I hope it's not yet final. Looking for at least the same battery capacity that made the Redmis popular among heavy users of camera, radio and youtube/video playback.
Wow very nice to see Redmi (number) to have impressive specs, at least better than Redmi 4 and 3 with Snap 625 and keep the iconic 5 inch affordable, ah already want it