Xiaomi has announced in India a new version of the phablet Redmi Note 4G, originally released in 2014. The Redmi Note Prime comes with few improvements compared to its predecessor, such as a new processor and more internal storage. Check below all the specifications of the device and tell us if this would be your next device, if Xiaomi launched it here.
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Redmi Note Prime: Price and availability
Redmi Note Prime will be sold exclusively in India through Mi’s website and amazon retail network. Sales start tomorrow and the price of the device is $125, approximately $485.65 with no taxes or fees. It is not yet clear whether the device will be released in other countries, including Brazil.
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Redmi Note Prime finish. / © Xiaomi
Redmi Note Prime: Technical specifications
The Redmi Note line of intermediates is known for offering a balance between satisfactory hardware and large screen. The release of Redmi Note Prime, however, was identical to what we had with the arrival of the Redmi 2 Pro in Brazil: a device identical to its predecessor and with few hardware improvements. Mi maintained all specifications of the model released in 2014, making point upgrades to internal memory and processor.
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The Redmi Note 4G 2014 ran with the Snadragon 400, 2 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage. The new version is packed by the Snapdragon 410 processor, with the same 2 GB of RAM and a new 16 GB storage. Not even the battery or screen resolution were changed, both remained with 3,100 mAh and HD resolution respectively.
Below, you can check out all redmi note prime specifications:
|Redmi Note Prime
|MIUI 7 – Android KitKat 4.4.4
|1280 x 720 pixels
|16 GB + microSD up to 128 GB
|13 MP with aperture f/2.2
|54 x 78.7 x 9.45 mm
Basically, the Redmi Note Prime is a Redmi 2 Pro with a larger screen and with the same intermediate performance, since the processor used in this device is the same as that in the LG Volt and Moto E 2015, for example.
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With the uncertainty about Xiaomi’s upcoming releases in the country we want to know: if the Redmi Note Prime came to Brazil, would you buy it?
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