Xiaomi Mi4 announced; backed by 2.5 GHz quad-core processor and 3GB Ram!

 

After receiving a fabulous response to Xiaomi Mi3, the Chinese tech-giant also touted as the ‘Apple of China’ Xiaomi is on-the-mark to launch its next smart phone Xiaomi Mi4. Today at an event held in Shanghai, Xiaomi took off the curtain from the specifications of Mi4. The device has been touted as an arch rival of iPhone 5S. This smart phone will take over Xiaomi Mi3. Let’s see the specifications of this device-

When you claim to be the rival of iPhone, you need the support of top-notch features. Xiaomi dons a full HD 5-inch display. The screen resolution is at the apex 1280×720. With the high color saturation scree, Xiaomi are claiming 17% higher vividness than iPhone 5s. To support lag-free games, Mi4 is boosted with an amazing Krait 400 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor paired with 3 GB of RAM. These features will result into a squeaky-clean picture quality.

The internal storage of the phone is 16GB and it can be expanded till 64GB. The device runs on MIUI V5 based on Android 4.4 KitKat. This will assist the installation of high-size games. To enhance the gaming experience Mi4 has Adreno 330 graphics processor.

The device sports a perfect 13 Megapixel front camera with LED flash. For a crystal-clear selfie, Mi4 dons an 8 Megapixel front camera. The primo features of the camera are F 1.8 aperture, Real-time HDR and 4K video recording. Improving the battery marginally comparing to Mi3, this device has 3,080mAh battery.

The device is expected to be launched for a price tag of around Rs 30,000 in India. Talking about the hardware, Xiaomi has emphasized on it more when compared to Mi3. The outer body will be metallic mocking the metal frame of iPhone 5S. Just features aren’t enough to match the numero-uno of the technology available from Apple’s flagship. Xiaomi isn’t a renowned brand across the world, and this may be a roadblock in the success of the company.

  • SAI

    INCORRECT INFO.. MAKE CHANGES OR QUIT..

  • Richie

    Impossible. Too good of a phone. Tim cook wishes he was CEO of Samsung instead