Last month Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 5 Pro, also known as Redmi Note 5 in China. After its debut in India, the phone is set to arrive in Europe, according to popular Twitter tipster Roland Quand.
He revealed the dual-cam midranger is being prepared with all the appropriate LTE bands and should be launched soon.
According to @rquandt, the new phone will cost 230, but there is a catch - this will be a variant with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage that was not announced by Xiaomi India. The 4/64 GB option will go for 270 - notably up from the Indian price of INR13,999 (175).
There is no info if Xiaomi is going to push the 6/64GB phone to other markets just yet.
Oh no, just looked it up on Aliexpress, "Global Version Xiaomi Redmi Note 5" 64GB SD636 and the price is listed as US $299.99 - US $325.99. This means that Nokia 6 (2018) with SD630 and a bunch of other phones are 'better', only (somewhat) slower. Qu...
Using just one band for 4G is five year old technology. Modern phones and networks support several bands at the same time using 4G+ / carrier aggregation, in Europe typically bands 3 + 7 + 20 at the same time even in big cities (but also combinations...