Anonymous, 21 Feb 2017please. can anyone give a comprehensive review about the phone. build quality camera batte... moreBro. I bought rn4 after lot of search....I m not power user ...hope I can help yu....build quality is good....Like premium phones...... miui is nice but this phone ram optimization is poor....first time I got 2.1 gb ram free out of 4gb ....without installing any app....then I google and. Got some help and it goes to 2.7 gb free...now I installed 20 to 25 app....and 1.5 gb ram is free after killing apps.....camera is average....I never buy phone for camera purpose so that is ok for me....screen is awesome... everything is gud.....just 1 thing I didn't like that 4 it's a 4gb variant still feel some time laggy.....just some time.....but in 13k price I m very happy with this phone.......ant service I heard not gud service...but this is case for each and every compny...except nokia samsung sony etc.......I think in budget it's nice phone.......go for it......camera is main thing than don't buy.......
Abhishek, 17 Feb 2017A5-Display is better obviously as it has a Super Amoled Display
Camera is better too.
Bu... moreHloo abhishek,
Bro pls tell me which colour is good in rn4..i alrdy hv rn3..i wnt to buy a new phn along with rn3..is camera quality of rn4 is better than rn3?..pls fast reply
What different in Lenovo vibe K5 note and Xiaomi Redmi note 4 only on a battery difference. Mi is battery 4100 mah and Lenovo has 3500 mah. I think Lenovo is batter from this mi
ajay, 21 Feb 2017I want to buy mi mobile will anyone suggest best mobile from miRedmi note 3 is best phn
what are the prblems faced by you in redmi note 4?
and what are upvotes for the redmi note 4
Liku, 21 Feb 2017Guyzz right now i have Redmi Note 3 and i am planning to sell this to buy Redmi Note 4(3GB RAM... moreamazing battery life
very normal temperature
better camera in lowlight and artificial light conditions including daylight
better bokeh effect
supports memory card upto 128gb instead of 32 gb
5gHz wifi support
Is anyone facing issues with the video calling through what's app or hike or through any other apps? ??
AnonD-646409, 21 Feb 2017Can someone please share your review about audio recording? In GeekyRanjit's review (with 4... moreUmmmm I don't think it's supporting video calling as many users are facing problems with video calling!
Guyzz right now i have Redmi Note 3 and i am planning to sell this to buy Redmi Note 4(3GB RAM,32 internal).
So can any one please tell me the CORNS of this model compared to Note 3.Should i go for it?
what do you guys think about this redmi note 4 with the 64GB of storage and 4GB RAM memory between the galaxy note 3 that is 32GB storage and 3GB RAM memory?
I will like to get another phone faster than my galaxy note 3 and with more storage at least 64GB storage but not so expensive and something similar with a 5.5 or 6 inches screen
well do you recommend to change my galaxy note 3 for this redmi note 4?
sunil, 21 Feb 2017Hello guys.... Need a little help....I bought rn4 before 5 days... satisfied...but it eating t... moreGo to additional settings -accessibility-magnification gestures...turn off magnification gestures....
please. can anyone give a comprehensive review about the phone.
aftersales. gsmarena preview is no good and only real users can give a definite review.
Snapdragon version is having 4000MAH battery against 4100 MAH specification
Hello guys.... Need a little help....I bought rn4 before 5 days... satisfied...but it eating too much ram....and another one is wen I set wallpaper...after sometime it automatically zoomed......on screen.....so it looks ugly......does anyone face this....if any can some one suggest any help....thanx in advance....
I pay attention to bulk when I look at new phones, dimensions and weight. I find it curious that this phone is 10 grams lighter than the Mediatek Note 4, which seemed to me to be over weight at 175 grams for a 5.5 inch phone. The new Meizu Pro 6 Plus, by comparison, a 5.7 inch phone, is only 158 grams. Not a lot of difference to hold in your hand, but in my eyes, greater compactness equates to elegance and overall appeal while heavier phones strike me as rather cheap and cheerful, as if not much attention was paid to design.