Moto E4 Plus With 5000mAh Battery Likely to Launch in India Soon

Moto E4 Plus With 5000mAh Battery Likely to Launch in India Soon

Lenovo brand Moto is on a roll with its launches in India, and Moto E4 Plus seems to be next on its list of India launches. After bringing the Moto C Plus to India, Moto has already started teasing the launch of its next smartphone in the country, and the new teaser takes a dig on smartphones always running out of battery, and ends with an open-ended question ‘What’s coming next?’ This indicates the launch of the Moto E4 Plus in the country soon, as the handset’s big highlight is its massive 5000mAh battery, and Motorola is presumably hinting at that in its teaser on Twitter.

Alongside, Motorola could also launch the Moto E4, or may launch it a while later as well. The teaser reads, “A dead phone is the modern-day shortest horror story. We will ensure you don’t feel #Powerless again. What’s coming next? #StayTuned.” The Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus were both launched globally last week, and are priced at $129.99 (roughly Rs. 8,300) and $179.99 (roughly Rs.11,600) respectively.

Moto E4 specifications
Coming to the specifications, the Moto E4 runs on Android 7.1 Nougat and comes with a single-SIM slot (Nano). It sports a 5-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) display, and is powered by the 1.4GHz Snapdragon 425 processor or a Snapdragon 427 SoC (depending upon the carrier in the US) paired with 2GB of RAM. The smartphone offers 16GB of inbuiltl storage option with the option to expand further using a microSD card slot.

 

Ahead of the launch, Lenovo had told Gadgets 360 that the phone will be powered by the MediaTek MTK6737M chipset outside of North America. As for the optics, the Moto E4 has an 8-megapixel rear camera with autofocus, f/2.2 aperture, and single-LED flash support. At the front, there is a 5-megapixel sensor with f/2.2 aperture, fixed focus, single-LED flash, and a beautification mode for better selfies. It packs a 2800mAh removable battery, and connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11n, Micro-USB port, GPS, Bluetooth v4.1, and 4G support.

The dimensions are at 144.5×72 x9.3mm, and the smartphone weighs 150 grams. Sensors on board include proximity, light, accelerometer, and magnetometer. In the US, it will be available in Liquorice Black, and Fine Gold colour variants.

Moto E4 Plus specifications
The Moto E4 Plus has a slightly bigger 5.5-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) display. It will be powered by a 1.4GHz Snapdragon 427 SoC in the US, and MediaTek MTK6737M chipset outside of North America. Apart from the 2GB/16GB variant, it has an additional 3GB RAM/ 32GB storage variant as well. The rear camera is bumped up to 13-megapixel with f/2.0 aperture, autofocus, and single-LED flash support. The biggest USP of the Moto E4 Plus is 5000mAh non-removable battery that supports fast charging as well. The dimensions measure at 155×77.5×9.55mm, and the smartphone weighs 181 grams. In the US, the Moto E4 Plus will be available in Iron Gray and Fine Gold colour options. All the other specifications are identical to the Moto E4.

 

 

 

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OnePlus 5 vs OnePlus 3T: Here Are the New Features to Look Forward to

OnePlus 5 vs OnePlus 3T: Here Are the New Features to Look Forward to

OnePlus 5, the successor of OnePlus 3T, has been launched after months of wait, and fans in India will not have to wait too long as it will arrive in the country on Thursday. The OnePlus 5 price in India is Rs.32,999 for the variant with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage, and Rs. 37,999 for the model with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, making the smartphone an affordable alternative to iPhone 7 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S8. Of course, in a price sensitive market such as India, there will be many who will be unsure of which model is right for them, OnePlus 5 or OnePlus 3T. We take a look at the new features that set the current OnePlus flagship apart from its predecessor to help you decide where to go for the former or the latter.

Price
As mentioned above, the OnePlus 5 India prices are Rs. 32,999 and Rs. 37,999 for the two variants, making it the most expensive OnePlus smartphone in the market yet. To compare, the OnePlus 3T 64GB model at launch was priced at Rs. 29,999, while the 128GB model cost Rs. 34,999. The smartphone will next go on sale in India on June 27 at 4.30pm IST on Amazon India, OnePlusStore.in, and OnePlus Experience Stores.

 

Design
With respect to design, the OnePlus 5 sees a lot of design changes, evidently inspired by the iPhone 7 Plus. The antenna bands placement, the dual camera setup, and the thin metal rounded frame are all the changes seen in plain sight. The bezels in the front remain at the top and bottom of the device, with the Home Button still donning the capsule shape sits on the front panel, with the fingerprint sensor placed underneath.

Specifications, features
On paper, the OnePlus 5 is a beast with upgrades in almost all departments. It still sports a 5.5-inch full-HD display (goes from Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection to Gorilla Glass 5), but bumps the processor to the latest octa Snapdragon 835 SoC, with four cores clocked at 2.45GHz and four cores clocked at 1.9GHz, as well as the Adreno 540 GPU. The top RAM configuration is now at 8GB of LPDDR4X. The OnePlus 3T on the other hand sports a quad-core Snapdragon 821 SoC with two cores clocked at 2.35GHz and two cores at 1.6GHz, the Adreno 530 GPU, and 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM.

 

The dual camera setup is probably the biggest change. There are 16-megapixel and 20-megapixel sensors at the back – with the latter a telephoto lens. The 16-megapixel main camera bears a 1.12-micron pixel Sony IMX398 sensor with an f/1.7 aperture, said to capture 34 percent more light than the OnePlus 3T. The 20-megapixel telephoto camera bears a 1-micron pixel Sony IMX350 sensor, with an f/2.6 aperture. At the front, is a 16-megapixel camera with a 1-micron pixel Sony IMX371 sensor, an f/2.0 aperture, and EIS.

In comparison, the OnePlus 3T bears a 16-megapixel rear camera with a Sony IMX298 sensor, an f/2.0 aperture, OIS, and EIS. At the front, it bears a 16-megapixel camera at the front with a Samsung 3P8SP sensor and f/2.0 aperture. The OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T were both plagued by touch latency issues, and OnePlus claims to have solved the issue on the OnePlus 5 by using high-speed cameras that track the movement of the screen and input speeds. The OnePlus 5 sports LPDDR4X RAM, which OnePlus claims is 17 percent more power efficient than the previous LPDDR4 offering.

The OnePlus 5 sports a slightly smaller 3300mAh battery compared to the OnePlus 3T’s 3400mAh offering, however, with “hardware and software optimisations” manages to deliver 20 percent more battery life than its predecessor – according to the company. Also being touted alongside is a feature called App Priority, which learns the apps users utilise most commonly to load them on startup. Apps that aren’t commonly used are deprioritised. Another performance improvement is the use of UFS 2.1 storage and a 2-lane ROM, which together are said to double bandwidth.

The OnePlus 3T on the other hand uses UFS 2.0 storage. The company carries forward the ceramic fingerprint sensor on the OnePlus 3T to the OnePlus 5, with the same boast of unlocking in 0.2 seconds. Finally, OxygenOS running on top of Android 7.1.1 Nougat on the OnePlus 5 gets some new features including Reading Mode, Expanded Screenshots (brought to the OnePlus 3T with OxygenOS 4.1.6 update), and a semi-transparent app drawer.

One other notable addition is the support for Bluetooth v5.0 on the OnePlus 5, compared to Bluetooth v4.2 on the OnePlus 3T. It also adds an additional microphone for better noise cancellation and audio recording. As for dimensions, the OnePlus 5 is slightly slimmer at 7.25mm, compared to the 7.35mm of the OnePlus 3T. It weighs slightly less as well, at 153 grams compared to its predecessor’s 158 grams weight.

 

 

 

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 With 6GB RAM, Dual Rear Cameras Said to Launch in September

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 With 6GB RAM, Dual Rear Cameras Said to Launch in September

While everybody is eagerly awaiting the launch of the next smartphone in Samsung’s flagship Note series, new information has indicated that the Galaxy Note 8 might launch later than earlier expected and cost more than previous estimates. As per a recent news report, the South Korean company might launch the smartphone in late September at a price tag of EUR 999 (roughly Rs. 72,100).

According to a report by VentureBeat, a person who was briefed about the company’s launch plans has revealed that the Galaxy Note 8 will be Samsung’s most expensive phone yet and will retail for around EUR 999. The smartphone will be unveiled in second half of September and will feature selectively beefed-up features rather than a large screen size difference from the current Galaxy S series flagships, as per the report.

The Galaxy Note 8 is said to feature a 6.3-inch display, slightly larger than 6.2-inch display on Galaxy S8+, with the same 18.5:9 aspect ratio as the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Interestingly, Galaxy Note 8 is claimed to be the first smartphone from Samsung to pack dual cameras at the back. Recent leaks have suggested that Galaxy C10 might be the first phone from the company to come with a dual camera setup but this new information contradicts them.

The dual camera setup on the Galaxy Note 8 is expected to sport two 12-megapixel sensors and come with independent OIS (optical image stabilisation) for each lens. The dual cameras on the smartphone have been said to be in horizontal orientation and situated to the left of flash and heart rate sensor. The fingerprint sensor is said to be on the back and to the right of the heart rate sensor.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been tipped to pack 6GB of RAM and be powered by Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 SoC (depending on the market). Again, this information contradicts earlier reports that suggested that the smartphone will come with the yet-to-be-announced Snapdragon 836 processor.

 

The Galaxy Note 8 is expected to house a 3300mAh battery, which is notably less than the 3500mAh battery on Galaxy S8+. However, after the explosion cases that were caused due to battery last year, reducing battery capacity might not be the worst of ideas.

Samsung might change things substantially in terms of software. The Galaxy Note 8 is said to bring easier split-screen multitasking, specific features for the S Pen including full-sentence language translation and currency conversion, and ability to stick handwritten notes to the handset’s Always-on display.

As per the report, just like the Galaxy S8 and S8+, the Galaxy Note 8 will also come with support for DeX. To recall, DeX dock allows users to convert their smartphones into a full-blown desktop by just connecting it to a monitor.

Going by the earlier pricing pattern followed by the company, the Galaxy Note 8 has been tipped to cost around $900 (roughly Rs. 58,050) in the US. The smartphone will be made available in shades of Black, Gold, and Blue, as per the report.

 

 

 

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DU admissions: Economics, English, BCom honours only for those who scored 90% and above

DU admissions

The first Delhi University (DU) cut-off for many courses has dipped across colleges, a first in many years, but the DU dream still remains far for those who have scored below 90% and wish to study Honours courses in Economics, Bcom and English.

All the colleges that offer these courses have kept the cut-off at 90% and above, with 95% and above being the cut-off for a majority of colleges.

There are 38 colleges offering Economics (Hon) and 35 of them have kept the cut-off at 95% and above. The rest three have kept it at 90% and above, and none has below 90%. The highest cut-off is at SGTB Khalsa College at 98.25%.

Similarly, all 46 colleges that offer English (Hon) have kept the cut-off at 90% and above; 27 of them have set the limit at 95% and above. English was the second most sought after course with 1,28,842 applicants opting for the course.

BCom (Hon) is available at 90% and above at all 54 colleges that offer the course, and in fact, at 48 colleges, the cutoff is 95% and above.

Economics (Hon) and BCom (Hon) are among the top 10 courses in terms of the number of applicants opting for them. “The cut-offs for these courses are usually kept higher to avoid over-admission. In off-campus colleges, the cut-off may come down in the second list,” said a DU official, who did not wish to be named.

But students who have scored below 90% need not lose hope, as there are options available for them in many colleges for sought out courses like History, Political Science, and BA Programme. Other courses like Hindi, Sanskrit, and Social Work are also available mostly in the range of 70-80%.

BA Programme, which is the most sought after course at DU, is available at 90% and below, with 30 colleges out of the total 50 that offer the course. Over 1.4 lakh students have applied for this course.

Out of the 42 colleges that offer History, 18 have kept the cut-off below 90%. The cut-off is 75% at Bhagini Nivedita and 78% at Bharati College.

Political Science is available at 90% and above at 35 colleges out of the total 45 that offer the course, but three colleges have a lower cut-off — Bhagini Nivedita at 80%, Shyama Prasad Mukherjee at 72%, Mata Sundri College at 74.5%.

Sanskrit, which is offered in 28 colleges, has the highest cut-off at 85% at Dyal Singh and lowest at Gargi College at 50%. Only in six colleges it is in the range of 70-80%, and the rest 22 colleges has it below 70%.

 

 

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New distance learning rules: Universities need fresh approvals from UGC for programmes

UGC

Universities offering programmes through distance mode will now be regulated under the University Grants Commission (UGC) (Open and Distance Learning) Regulations, 2017, notified by the commission on Friday.

The commission, through the regulations, has laid down the minimum standards of instruction for the grant of degree at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels through open and distance learning mode.

According to officials, under the new regulations, students will also be allowed to take up to 20% of the total courses being offered in a particular programme in a semester through the online learning courses/massive open online courses as per UGC’s (Credit Framework for Online Learning Courses through SWAYAM) Regulations, 2016.

“Under this mode, students will be able to opt for online courses offered by various universities and institutions across the country and the credit will be transferred to them,” said a senior UGC official.

All higher educational institutions offering a programme in open and distance learning mode will now have to seek fresh approval from the commission to operate.

Delhi University, Jamia Millia Islamia and Kurukshetra University among others will be impacted by the move.

The regulations will apply to universities offering distance learning mode for all degree programmes at the undergraduate and post-graduate level, other than programmes in engineering, medicine, dental, pharmacy, nursing, architecture, physiotherapy and programmes not permitted to be offered in distance mode by any other regulatory body.

All examinations for programmes of the open and distance mode will be conducted within the institution where the study centres or learner support centres are located.

 

 

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Gorakhpur to get CBSE Teachers’ Training Institute

CBSE

Concerned over the quality of teachers in UP, the government has asked the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to set up a teachers’ training institute in Gorakhpur.

There is only one such institute in UP— in Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s constituency Rae Bareli. Officials claim the facility has been under-utilised due to its location.

The new institute for which land will be allocated by the UP government will cater to teachers in eastern Uttar Pradesh.

“We informed the chief minister that the state needs an institute so that teachers can undergo training by experts. CBSE had tried to get land in Lucknow earlier for this purpose but it was not allocated. We are glad that it will finally materialise now,” said a senior official. “We need to impart good training to teachers so that they can make classroom teaching interesting. The institute will also emphasise on pedagogy for effective use of information communication technology for teachers,” he said.

 

 

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Top 10 trending phones of week 25

We have a change in the lead for a second week in a row as the OnePlus 5 took another step forward and claimed the crown. It gathered three times the hits of the second-placed Nokia 6, so it will probably stay there for a while longer.

The Nokia mid-ranger still managed to keep the Galaxy S8 at bay, while below those two the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 and Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime retain their positions.

Another Nokia handset makes the chart this week – the 3 jumps straight into sixth as its global rollout gets going.

The Xiaomi Redmi 4 has slipped down to seventh, just head of the Galaxy J7 Max – the second new entry on the chart this week. Another new face from the same family, Galaxy J7 Pro took the 10th spot, right behind the Xiaomi Redmi 4a.

With three new entries and a change in the lead this has certainly been an eventful week in our Top 10 chart. We also saw the Apple iPhone 6 drop off – the nearly three years old smartphone streak of remarkably high popularity finally ending.

OnePlus 5
OnePlus 5
RANK: 1

WAS: 2

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Nokia 6
Nokia 6
RANK: 2

WAS: 1

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Samsung Galaxy S8
Samsung Galaxy S8
RANK: 3

WAS: 3

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4
RANK: 4

WAS: 4

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Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime
Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime
RANK: 5

WAS: 5

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Nokia 3
Nokia 3
RANK: 6

NEW IN

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Xiaomi Redmi 4 (4X)
Xiaomi Redmi 4 (4X)
RANK: 7

WAS: 6

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Samsung Galaxy J7 Max
Samsung Galaxy J7 Max
RANK: 8

NEW IN

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Xiaomi Redmi 4a
Xiaomi Redmi 4a
RANK: 9

WAS: 7

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Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro
Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro
RANK: 10

NEW IN

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Weekly poll: is the OnePlus 5 everything you were hoping it to be?

The OnePlus 5 is finally official so let’s see what you think of it. Is it everything you expected, everything you wanted it to be? Or were you disappointed.

The benchmark cheating probably doesn’t matter much, the phone will play any Android game out there as well as possible this half of 2017. And you can still brag about the 8 gigs of RAM.

The confusion about the “lossless zoom” is more annoying – 1.6x optical then digital zoom isn’t great. We didn’t love the tele photos, but at least it enables Portrait mode and the main camera is excellent.

The pricing is higher than the outgoing model, but it’s no surprise either – OnePlus upped the price of each new phone it introduced, even the fairly minor upgrade that was the 3T got a $40 bump. In terms of value for money, the OnePlus 5 is still among the best.

Perhaps you were hoping for some extra perks on the new model, beyond the new chipset and dual camera. Well, the display is the same, the base option has the same amount of memory (6GB/64GB) as last year’s model, the company didn’t add waterproofing or a bigger battery. At least it didn’t take away the headphone jack. That’s something, right? And the design is, uh, “new”.

 

 

 

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 to Go on Sale in India on Sunday via Flipkart

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 to Go on Sale in India on Sunday via Flipkart

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 will be made available to buy via Flipkart in India on Sunday, June 25. The smartphone is usually available during Wednesday and Friday sales on the e-commerce site, but a one-off sale has been announced this week.

Flipkart will make only two variants of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 to buy on Sunday – the 3GB RAM/ 32GB storage model priced at Rs. 10,999, and the 4GB RAM/ 64GB storage model priced at Rs. 12,999. Three colour options will be offered – Gold, Grey, and Matte Black. The smartphone was launched in January in India.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 specifications

The dual-SIM (Micro+Nano) Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (Review) runs MIUI 8 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and sports a 5.5-inch full-HD (1080×1920 pixels) 2.5D curved glass IPS display with a 401ppi pixel density. Powered by the Snapdragon 625 SoC, it comes with 3GB and 4GB of RAM, depending on the SKU.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4’s rear camera bears a 13-megapixel CMOS sensor equipped with PDAF (phase detection autofocus), an f/2.0 aperture, 77-degree wide angle lens, and dual-tone LED flash. The front camera sports a 5-megapixel CMOS sensor, coupled with an 85-degree wide angle lens. Expandable storage is available on the Redmi Note 4 via a hybrid dual-SIM card configuration, supporting microSD cards (up 128GB).

As for connectivity, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 offers 4G with VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/g/b/n, Bluetooth v4.1, GPS, Micro-USB, and Infrared. Sensors on board include accelerometer, ambient light sensor, gyroscope, electronic compass, and proximity sensor. Redmi Note 4 battery capacity is rated at 4100mAh battery, and the new Xiaomi smartphone measures 151x76x8.35mm, and weighs 175 grams.

 

 

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Xiaomi Redmi 4A, Redmi 4, and Redmi Note 4 Pre-Order Sale in India Today

Xiaomi Redmi 4A, Redmi 4, and Redmi Note 4 Pre-Order Sale in India Today

It’s Friday, and once again Xiaomi fans will be able to purchase the Redmi 4 (Review), Redmi Note 4 (Review), and Redmi 4A (Review) via the pre-orders system. The pre-order sale system, adopted in March, allows consumers to buy the Xiaomi phones without flash sales from the Mi.com website. Pre-orders for Redmi 4, Redmi Note 4, and Redmi 4A will start at 12pm IST; separately, the Redmi Note 4 will also go on sale in India via Flipkart on Friday, with the flash sale starting at 12pm IST.

So, how do pre-orders work? Pre-order customers will need to log onto Mi.com, choose the smartphone of their choice, and then make the full payment online – there is no option for cash on delivery on pre-orders. After this, the smartphone will be shipped within five days. Customers can also cancel their purchase before the smartphone is shipped. To be noted is that Xiaomi has placed a limit of one smartphone per pre-order.

Xiaomi Redmi 4A price, variants
The Redmi 4A was launched in India in March at Rs. 5,999, following its launch in China in November. Featuring a polycarbonate body, the Redmi 4A bears a hybrid dual-SIM card slot, and runs MIUI 8 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The smartphone features a 5-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) display, and is powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core Snapdragon 425 SoC coupled with the Adreno 308 GPU and 2GB of RAM.

It sports a 13-megapixel sensor with PDAF, a 5-lens system, an f/2.2 aperture, and is backed by a LED flash. There is a 5-megapixel sensor with an f/2.2 aperture on board as well. The Redmi 4A comes with 16GB of inbuilt storage that is expandable via microSD card (up to 128GB).

The Redmi 4A’s connectivity options include 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS/ A-GPS, and Bluetooth v4.1. Sensors on board the smartphone include accelerometer, ambient light, gyroscope, infrared, and proximity. Dimensions of the new Xiaomi smartphone are 139.5×70.4×8.5mm, and it weighs in at 131.5 grams. Redmi 4A is powered by a 3120mAh battery with fast charging support.

Xiaomi Redmi 4 price, variants
The Redmi 4 was launched in May in three memory/ storage variants in India. The 2GB RAM/ 16GB storage variant has been priced at Rs. 6,999, the 3GB RAM/ 32GB storage variant has been priced at Rs. 8,999, while the 4GB RAM/ 64GB storage is priced at Rs. 10,999.

The dual-SIM (Micro+Nano) Xiaomi Redmi 4 runs MIUI 8 based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. It sports an all-metal body and a fingerprint sensor on the rear panel. It bears a 5-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) 2.5D curved glass display, and is powered by a 1.4GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 SoC coupled with 2GB/ 3GB/ 4GB of RAM.

 

The Redmi 4 sports a 13-megapixel rear camera with f/2.0 aperture, PDAF, and LED flash. On the front, it bears a 5-megapixel front camera with f/2.2 aperture. As we mentioned, the Xiaomi Redmi 4X will be available in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB inbuilt storage options, expandable via microSD card (up to 128GB).

Connectivity options on the Redmi 4 include 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS/ A-GPS, Micro-USB with OTG, Bluetooth v4.1, and 3.5mm audio jack. It also sports an infrared sensor. It measures 139.2×69.6.x8.6mm, and weighs 150 grams. It is powered by a 4100mAh battery.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 price, variants
The Redmi Note 4 was launched in January in India in three variants – the 2GB RAM/ 32GB storage variant is priced at Rs. 9,999, the 3GB RAM/ 32GB storage model is priced at Rs. 10,999, and the 4GB RAM/ 64GB storage model is priced at Rs. 12,999. It is available in Gold, Grey, Matte Black, and Silver colour variants.

The dual-SIM (Micro+Nano) Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 runs MIUI 8 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and sports a 5.5-inch full-HD (1080×1920 pixels) 2.5D curved glass IPS display with a 401ppi pixel density. Powered by the Snapdragon 625 SoC, it comes with 3GB and 4GB of RAM, depending on the SKU.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4’s rear camera bears a 13-megapixel CMOS sensor equipped with PDAF (phase detection autofocus), an f/2.0 aperture, 77-degree wide angle lens, and dual-tone LED flash. The front camera sports a 5-megapixel CMOS sensor, coupled with an 85-degree wide angle lens. Expandable storage is available on the Redmi Note 4 via a hybrid dual-SIM card configuration, supporting microSD cards (up 128GB).

As for connectivity, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 offers 4G with VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/g/b/n, Bluetooth v4.1, GPS, Micro-USB, and Infrared. Sensors on board include accelerometer, ambient light sensor, gyroscope, electronic compass, and proximity sensor. Redmi Note 4 battery capacity is rated at 4100mAh battery, and the new Xiaomi smartphone measures 151x76x8.35mm, and weighs 175 grams.

 

 

 

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