Time and again, Xiaomi and VP for international Hugo Barra constantly express their intent to eventually march into the US smartphone market, but that day
The Redmi 4 has actually two configurations. The Standard Edition is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430, has a 720p screen, 2 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of storage. The Pro Edition, on the other hand, gets a more powerful Snapdragon 625 CPU, 1080p resolution, 3 GB memory, and 32 GB storage. In almost everything else, the two are identical, like the 5-inch screen size, 13 megapixel PDAF main camera, and generous 4,100 mAh battery.
Xiaomi is notorious for offering its smartphones in dirt cheap prices, and the new Redmi 4 models are no different. The Redmi 4A goes for 499 RMB ($73), while the Redmi 4 Standard Edition raises the stakes higher at 699 RMB ($103). At the very top is the Redmi 4 Pro Edition at only 899 RMB ($133), which is probably going to make Android fans anywhere drool.