ReVive, 12 Sep 2016Mali T8880-MP4 still quite a punch of GPU. It could handle FHD fluently (even easily)Yeah mali t880mp4 is faster than powervr g6200 or adreno 510 i think
yes yes Im glad to hear that redmi note 4 with snap 652 and 16 mp camera will coming October. I will buy all. lol. haha
Mali T8880-MP4 still quite a punch of GPU. It could handle FHD fluently (even easily)
yes thanks Mr lei and miui creator for information. 2gb ram, 5`5 inch screen, 16mp rear Camera it is enough for me. waiting for redmi note 4
I get news that redmi note 4 will coming next months. don't bought another phone. but waiting. we are hard working for create everything u want xiaomi fans.
next months redmi note 4 pro will coming with snap 6.. and camera 1. mp. don't tired too waiting xiaomi fans.
How is performance for redmi note 4...... i was planed buying this phone... plz tell any one true review.....
I think this phone is quite a value deal giving that the price is only 180$ for the 64 GB variant, but helio x20 chip doesn't have a really good score on 3D and gets hot really fast after playing some game so I suggest you to wait for the Qualcomm series.
AnonD-572269, 11 Sep 2016I dony know what carrier lte region is...generally i am not SO involved with smartphones yo kn... morewell, assuming u ony use ur phones for daily use, Galaxy Note 4 is really the best choices u coud get. Having both CPU & GPU performance of 2014 'flagship', GREAT camera performance, adequate 3GB RAM & 32 GB ROM that's more than enough for now, and MANY service centers around the word, even the used ones would be better than any Xiaomi Redmi series coud offer.
BTW, Europe & Asia actually have similar LTE brand region, since Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for EU (n910f) and for Asian (n910c), even for Singapore (n910g) have SIMILAR LTE band, with EU & Asian version support LTE band 17 & 20, while Singapore ones support LTE band 28, 38, & 40.
In short, u should get LTE internet in ur country when u opt to buy Galaxy note 4 (version n910f / n910c), as we as MANY service centers provided by Samsung around EU
AnonD-564674, 11 Sep 2016Dude, tel me all the carrier lte region supported in ur country... If u want a 'better' deals... moreI dony know what carrier lte region is...generally i am not SO involved with smartphones yo know ehat you are talking about...
AnonD-572269, 11 Sep 2016I would like to buy this phone but i live in europe (greece) and i think that i will have a pr... moreIf u want a 'safer' choice, ike I said before, go for Samsung Galaxy Note 4, or Samsung Galaxy A8 Duos; since Samsung service centers is ALL OVER the world, u won't have much trouble when buying those.
TBH, if I have money, I'd ike to buy either Exynos 5433 or newer 7420-powered Android, since I'd had enough with Qualcomm's 'great in CPU, but sucks in GPU' mid-end chipset selling points.
Exynos 5433 is the 'first' 8core by Samsung which uses Cortex A57, a predecessor of Cortex A72, which is highly sought for their CPU performance 'at that time'.
I would like to buy this phone but i live in europe (greece) and i think that i will have a problem if it is damaged...does anyone know where i could take for service?thank you very much in advance
AnonD-572269, 11 Sep 2016The only problem you found was the camera?did it lag at all or had any overheating problems?Dude, tel me all the carrier lte region supported in ur country...
If u want a 'better' deals, go for the 'older' Exynos 5433 OR newer Exynos 7420-powered Android phones; those two chipsets powered by 4core Cortex A57 + 4core Cortex A53, added with Mali T760 MP6 (MP8 in 7420), it is a REALLY better options than SD 652/650 if u want overall GREAT performance on a phone in ur hand.
list of Exynos 5433-powered devices: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (SM-N910C, SM-N910H, SM-N910U, SM-N910S, SM-N910K, SM-N910L, SM-N916S, SM-N916K, SM-N916L), Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (South Korea version), Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Samsung Galaxy A8 DUOS (version A800F)
list of Exynos 7420-powered device: Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 Active, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Meizu Pro 5.
For the cheap ones, Meizu pro 5 is VERY GOOD, but the LTE regional is mostly Iimited to Asian countries (LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 7(2600), 38(2600), 39(1900), 40(2300), 41(2500)). BTW Meizu camera performance is VERY GREAT
Another options is Samsung Galaxy Note 4 OR Samsung Galaxy A8 DUOS (A800F version). Since it is a year old phones, u might get a good deal, worth ur money than SD652/650-powered phones
w e are waiting for snapdragon variant. I know redmi note 4 pro will use snapdragon 652 and 16 mega pixel camera. I can't wait for buy redmi 4 pro.
redmi note 3 better, 11 Sep 2016redmi note 4 lag for heavy game. redmi note 3 is better. if this phone used snap 650/652 it w... moreLOL, i know that u are one of those MediaTek haters which NEVER uses one, but CAN & CERTAIN than MediaTek Helio chipsets are sucks. FYI, MediaTek is WAYYYY better in gaming and have LOWER LAG when u compare it with Adreno 510-powered Android phone, such as Redmi Note 3 pro OR Mi Max, which currently I used.
Since Moving to ARMv8 & 64-bit, Mediatek is becoming BETTER & BETTER every time they makes 'flagship' mid-end chipsets, adding it with better GPU than what u could get from their price tag, which is VERY GOOD news for us customers.
Example, MT6752 vs. SD615/616/617; the winner in both CPU &GPU performance is MediaTek since MT6752 uses8core Cortex A53 all clocked at 1.7GHz, supported with 2014 ARM flagship GPU Mali T760
Next, Helio X10 (MT6795) vs. SD625; the winner is SD, BUT only because of its newer fabrication (expensive 14nm SD625 vs. cheap 28nm Helio X10), their next-gen GPU Adreno 506 (a 'next' version of Adreno 405 with a litte upgrade), SD support of Quick Charge 3.0, AND, the most important ones, is 2 YEARS GAP between both chipsets; this shows how 'pathetic' Qualcomm is when it comes to 'optimizing' Cortex A53 full potential, while still 'insist' on giving 'weak' version of their flaghip GPU solutions (SD820 uses Adreno 530, powerful on both CPU & GPU performance; SD652/650 uses Adreno 510, a '40% off' version of Adreno 530, means the CPU performance is GOOD, but GPU performance is SUCKS, as Mali T880 in Helio X20 beaten it in EVERY GPU benchmark tests (not AnTuTu's nonsensical score, but ones with credibility like gfxbench, etc); then they 'futher' reduced Adreno 510 performance to achieved Adreno 506 'desired' performance, which is NO BETTER than what Adreno 405 can offers)
So,, the verdict is, u have few screws loose on you head if u still insist on blabbing about the 'lag' for heavy games in Helio x20, while SD652/650 gaming performance when handling heavy games is NO BETTER!