AnonD-510901, 24 Jan 2017i understand you. but try to hear what i have to say: xiaomi ruinedthe neq rn4 625 not beca... moreAmoled fan? what a funny guy. for this price, it's really a competitive. respect this phone
Ngatijo, 25 Jan 2017Why Xiaomi still use same LCD display for the RN4 Snapdragon version, instead of using AMOLED ... moreIf you want amoled for same specs? go buy other brand. It's really a good price
Ngatijo, 25 Jan 2017Why Xiaomi still use same LCD display for the RN4 Snapdragon version, instead of using AMOLED ... moreThey have to cut down on something, they're already offering quite a lot for the price. If not for the blacks, I still prefer lcd over AMOLED due to LCD natural colour emit. I know you'd say AMOLED saves battery but snapdragon 625 is already there to take care of that with it's 4100mah. On paper, these combination between them shouldn't disappoint. Also AMOLED only saves by inch not much. I would also include that this only works on dark wallpapers.
Why Xiaomi still use same LCD display for the RN4 Snapdragon version, instead of using AMOLED to improve its display quality and battery performance?
Atanu, 20 Jan 2017I've read almost all the comments here since the morning of the launch. Now here's my opinion.... morei understand you. but try to hear what i have to say:
xiaomi ruinedthe neq rn4 625 not because it's not more powerfull than the 3 pro.... but because they are so stupid to MISS the opportunity to adopt an AMOLED display for this latest device!!
ok people wants POWER.... and 625 is less powerfull than 650 but.... if you consider 25% better battery life... people would have been convinced to upgrade their note 3 pro just FOR THE AMOLED DISPLAY, and trust me a lot of people want amoled... amoled is the new king.... amoled is the future, people like me wants TRUE BLACK PIXELS........ and a phone with amoled is always better, specially in this case.
in thiscase SOC makes 25% better battery life, AMOLED chould increase by other 10%20% the battery life.... so at summary the potential benefit in battery life can be 40% about instead of just 25%
Anonymous, 21 Jan 2017Primarily made for the average 3rd world country people like you and meExcept I live in the most expensive city in the US lol but I see your point.
redmi note 4 using second sim can we do 2G calling and 2G net?pls rply soon i want to order it.
AnonD-635399, 19 Jan 201745°C is still a manageable tepm... Atleast lower than Moto G4.. 45 degree is quite hot especially in summer. And these degrees increases and are not stagnant when your phone gets loaded with apps and stuff
preem, 20 Jan 2017How you dare to compare P2 with Redmi Note 4 MTK version in battery tests? Everyone knows that... moreGet your facts right, redmi note 3 was the best-selling phone of 2016 in india. Lenovo was nowhere near. Also, lenovo does not roll out updates like xiaomi.
Sunny, 20 Jan 2017There is a big difference between the brand value of Xiaomi and Nokia my friend. 90 people her... moreThe question is, can nokia stick with the present generation phones! Nokia did good back in the days because they didn't have to stretch much on the software, just put in symbian and roll them out, no updates. Sure, nokia did run it's course for a specific time and date but things have changed and demands of the people have been raised.
Atanu, 20 Jan 2017I've read almost all the comments here since the morning of the launch. Now here's my opinion.... moreWhatever the case maybe, these chinese have to price their phones at a reasonable price inorder to get on par with the MNC sharks. I honestly believe that redmi note 4 looks better and is built better than redmi note 3. Performance wise, redmi note 3 could possibly be better but battery wise, redmi note 4, on paper specs, should outlast redmi note 3. Now having said that, redmi note 4 isn't inferior to redmi note 3 because what I've seen so far on comparison reviews between the two, redmi note 4 had better camera and a relatively performing chip. SD625 doesn't get stomped by sd650 as most of you are presuming, both comparatively pushes good performance if not great for this price bracket. Like you said, the present redmi note 3 don't have to upgrade to redmi note 4 not because it's less of a performer but because there isn't much difference between the two. Lastly, snapdragon 625 on other phones are going for double the price, so if you're thinking to buy redmi note 4 then do go ahead. Because even if you push your budget upto 15k, you won't get better chip so the option is very limited anyway if you're running low on budget and you can also always buy the redmi note 3 if you think it's way better than redmi note 4.
AnonD-463876, 20 Jan 2017Say what you will about bendable Xiaomi phones but they sure care about the money for value crowd. Primarily made for the average 3rd world country people like you and me
Do keep in mind to go for the prime version(4gb ram) inorder to keep things running smoothly as miui is a resource hungry skin.
AnonD-4254, 21 Jan 2017GSMArena staff, kindly launch a review of Redmi Note 4 (Snapdragon edition).... I want to see... moreCamera is definitely better compared to it's sibling, Redmi note3. Audio is ever so low like all the redmi phones
GSMArena staff, kindly launch a review of Redmi Note 4 (Snapdragon edition)....
I want to see how the camera and audio department performs primarily (among other things)
rakeshvijay, 20 Jan 2017redmi note 4 concentrates more on battery life this time but fails to concentrate on GPU how... moreBest wait for GSMArena review of the SD RN4 but I got feeling the R4 Prime will be slightly better in terms of battery. Still if a SD653 variant comes out, I will still grab it even if not that battery efficient as SD625.