The fast growing smartphone brand, Xiaomi has officially launched their popular Redmi 4A smartphone in Russia. The device is priced at 9990 rubles which is quite affordable in the country.
Xiaomi has a long running history of bringing out the best flagship quality devices at affordable price range. The newly launched Redmi 4A is no different. A similar model has already found its way in China in the month of November last year. When it comes to the specification part, the phone has a 5-inch display with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor clocked at 1.4 GHz powers the phone which runs on a 4 cortex A53 core chipset combined with 2GB of RAM.
For storage, the manufacturer offers 16 gigabytes of space which is usually the most preferred choice in all budget smartphones. However, there is a micro SD card slot available that allows users to conveniently expand the storage up to possibly 128GB or more, making it easier to carry all their movies, videos, music as well as pictures onboard. There is a 13 megapixel camera in the rear while the front end of the phone has a 5 megapixel camera for selfies.
While the camera performance may be on the average side because of the budget friendly pricing, it could still get the job done. It is not possible to confirm the picture quality unless the unit is fully reviewed and tested in different lighting conditions. The phone runs on Android version but it cannot be confirmed whether it runs on 6.0 or the latest 7.0 Nougat edition due to lack of information available in the Russian website.
The operating system is covered on top with the company’s proprietary MIUI 8 version. The total weight of the device is 131.5 grams. It should have a decent battery size but the exact capacity of the battery is not mentioned in the source. Xiaomi came into the market as a relatively new entrant with very few models to choose from but by now they have already managed to beat some of the top players like Sony and HTC in the smartphone segment.
The company’s top executives decided to stop releasing their earning and sales reports because they are growing at a rapid pace. The numbers are much higher that forced Xiaomi to stop releasing statistical reports and focus on increasing sales in their top markets.
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