So guys your wait is almost over for Xiaomi Flagship Killer the Mi4 as today (28-1-2015) they have announced the release of Xiaomi Mi4 Launched In India For Rs 19,999 with the price which is very competitive if we compare it with the different other models which are available in the market with such hardware configuration.
They are going to release the device on 10th Feb 2015 Exclusively on Flipkart.com with the price of Rs. 19,999 which is the price of 16 GB variant in which about 13.45 GB will be available to further use. The main disadvantage I feel is that 16 GB is quite low when even they are not offering the external card slot in the device and it also not support 4G in 16 GB variant which is a a big negative point.
Like other Xiaomi devices it will also be available only to the registered users and on “First Come Fist Serve Bases” which sometimes becomes a very big problem who need the device urgently.
When we come to the comparison with other flagship killer which was launch last year in December the Oneplus one 64 GB variant which is available only for Rs. 22,000, but it also has a drawback that it is available to only those who has the invite to buy the device. When we come to the invite they are easily available now a days as amazon is sending invites to all the owners and as well as to those who are subscribed to their oneplus one page on amazon.in.
When we come to the hardware which Xiaomi Mi4 is offering is, it powered by a 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor and 3GB RAM. It will be available in 16GB variants in India first. The phone runs MIUI 6, a new version of the company’s operating system, based on Android 4.4 KitKat. The phone sports a 13MP rear and 8MP front Sony stacked CMOS camera and a 3080mAh battery. According to Xiaomi, the battery would last one and a half day with normal usage and will offer quick charging, reaching 60% charge in an hour’s time.
In terms of connectivity, the phone supports 3G, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS. It doesn’t support 4G data and NFC.
Commenting on the launch, Hugo Barra, vice president, Xiaomi Global, said, “I am truly excited to be bringing the Mi 4 to India, after listening to the feedback of so many fans. The Xiaomi team has put a lot of effort into designing a gorgeous device packed with powerful specs, and I trust that Mi 4 will be warmly welcomed by all our Indian fans. I believe India Mi fans will love MIUI 6, the most exciting update to our software platform to date.”
Manu Jain, operations head, Mi India, said: “The Mi 4 re-affirms our commitment to bring more Mi products to India. We will continue to work on offering our Mi fans incredible value as we introduce even more great devices in the coming year, and the best user experience ever.”