Without kernel source code it's useless. Snapdragon version of Redmi Note 3 is a wiser choice.
Why is there no information on how the battery redmi note 4 in conclusion, this battery is great or not, and however this is indeed an amazing phone let alone a really cheap price !!
AnonD-562851, 07 Oct 2016Actually, Redmi Note 4 is officially launched in Taiwan and here in Nepal. Redmi Note 4 was re... moreHaha its useless to compare nepali price with others.i am also from nepal.i dont buy xiaomi phones in nepal.i just import it at chinese market price.
Jenny, 07 Oct 2016X20 blows the 650 to outer space. 650 is ancient now... Still not good, X20 is MTK's high end chipset but it's performance is only in par with SD652 which means it's hardly a flagship cpu at all.
Actually, Redmi Note 4 is officially launched in Taiwan and here in Nepal. Redmi Note 4 was recently launched in Nepal with 3GB RAM and 64GB ROM variat at Nepalese Rupee: Rs.32999 ($309.283 USD). Which is quite expensive compared to Chinese market price.
MTK? No roms, no kernels to play with, no community, nothing. No buy!
Give us "snappydragon".
TheWanderer, 06 Oct 2016Wow, that is sad. Helio X20 can't even get a decent lead on SD 650 in terms of performanceX20 blows the 650 to outer space. 650 is ancient now...
bring a new SD chip to the note 4 pro (S or whatever). the MT one is not efficient, it's cheaper for a reason.
I like the last paragraph in the reveiw keep writing it in every xiaomi phone reveiw..... xiaomi is so behind in world wide availability they even still ship their every new phone in chinese non global rom even for phones they plan to launch in india.
That grey color looks awful.I would like to buy it in White or soft creamy color unless they ruin those colors too :/.Plus the Helio version looks like a downgrade.The camera hasn't made much progress either.Oh well i guess Mi5s plus is the phone matching my standards.
Wow, that is sad. Helio X20 can't even get a decent lead on SD 650 in terms of performance
So you basically want a Redmi Pro. It is the Redmi Note 4 but its main camera sensor and lens is the exact same one that you got in the Mi4i/Mi4c. A Redmi Pro (32GB storage, 3GB RAM) costs $205 on Geekbuying with shipping included. It is worth the $17 price difference from the Redmi Note 4 (64GB, 3GB RAM).
DaXiong, 06 Oct 2016If you're in South America you should know that this phone lacks the GSM 850 MHz band.yeah i didn't notice, but i wasn't expecting to get it from gray sellers or re-sellers, by going world wide i meant also setting the availability for other countries (band-wise) for the next generation of Xiaomi or at least a near future ^_^