Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 – 4GB Vs Vivo V5

 Product Comparision :

Product Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 – 4GB  Vivo V5
Image redmi-note-4-gray_4 Vivo V5
Price Rs.13,499 Rs.16,990
Model Redmi Note 4 – 4GB  V5
Brand Xiaomi vivo
Availability In Stock In Stock
Rating Based on 7 reviews. Based on 14 reviews.
Summary Redmi Note 4Power has a new look Power on slim with 4100mAh batteryThanks to an overall design upgrade, the 4100mAh powerhouse has never looked better. 2.5D curv.. V5 20MPMOONLIGHT CAMERAPerfect Selfie20MP FRONT CAMERA1/2.78”SENSOR SIZEF/2.0APERTURE5PLENS SYSTEM SONY IMX376 IMAGE SENSOR ..
Weight 0.00kg 0.00kg
Dimensions (L x W x H) 0.00cm x 0.00cm x 0.00cm 0.00cm x 0.00cm x 0.00cm
GENERAL
2G Network GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz
3G Network HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz HSDPA 1900 / 2100 / 900 MHz
4G Network TD-LTE 2300(band 40) FD-LTE 1800(band 3) / 850(band 5) FDD-LTE Band 1/3/5 TDD-LTE Band40
SIM Dual SIM (Micro SIM / Nano SIM -optional)Volte supported Nano SIM
BODY
Dimensions 151 x 76 x 8.5 mm 153.8mm x 75.5mm x 7.55mm
Weight 165 g 154g
DISPLAY
Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen IPS
Size 1080 x 1920 pixels,5.5 inches 13.97cm ,5.5 inches
Multitouch Yes Yes
SOUND
Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes Yes
3.5mm jack Yes Yes
MEMORY
Card slot microSD, up to 128 GB (uses SIM 2 slot) Upto 128GB
Internal RAM – 4 GB ; ROM – 64 GB 4GB RAM, 32GB ROM
DATA
GPRS Yes Yes
EDGE Yes Yes
Speed HSPA / LTE HSPA / LTE
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n
Bluetooth v4.1, A2DP, LE Yes, v4.0
USB microUSB v2.0,USB Host microUSB 2.0,USB Host
CAMERA
Primary 13 MP, f/2.0, phase detection autofocus, dual-LED flash 13MP PDAF
Features Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, panorama, HDR Face Beauty, Panorama, HDR, Night, Ultra HD, PPT, Motion Track, Professional, Slow, Fast, Voice Shutter, Touch Capture, Palm, Timer, Gender Detection, Filter, Watermark
Video 1920×1080 @ 30 fps, 1280×720 @ 120 fps 1920×1080 @ 30 fps
Secondary 5 MP, f/2.0 20MP, Ultra HD, Night, Voice Shutter, Touch Capture, Palm, Timer, Gender Detection, Filter, Watermark
FEATURES
OS Android v6.0.1 (Marshmallow) Android v6.0 (Marshmallow)
Chipset Qualcomm MSM8953 Snapdragon 625
CPU Octa-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A53 processor Octa-core 64-bit processor
GPU Adreno 506
Sensors Fingerprint , accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass Finger print Sensor,Ambient Light Sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer,E-compass
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
Browser HTML5 HTML5
Radio FM radio FM radio
GPS Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS Yes with A-Gps
BATTERY
Type Non-removable Li-Po 4100 mAh battery Li – Po 3000 mAh battery
Stand-by N/A N/A
Talk-Time N/A N/A
Key Features
Process Octa-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A53 processor Octa-core 64-bit processor
Ram 4GB RAM 4GB RAM
Display IPS IPS
Camera Rear : 13MP Front : 5 MP Rear : 13MP PDAF Front : 20 MP (Sony Image Sensor)
Battery Non-removable Li-Po 4100 mAh battery Li-Po 3000mAh battery
Operating-system Android v6.0.1 (Marshmallow) Android v6.0 (Marshmallow)

Gionee A1 review: master of some Smartphones

At MWC 2017, Gionee took the covers off its latest mid-rangers – the A1 . As seems to be the current trend these days, both smartphones feature powerful selfie cameras – 16MP and 20MP respectively. As of now, Gionee has only launched the A1 in India. The mid-range Smartphone falls into the sub-price segment, where it faces plenty of competition in both the online and offline space. Let’s see how it stacks up.

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Specs at a glance

Display
Size 5.5 Inch
Resolution Full HD (1080 x 1920 pixels)
Performance
CPU Octa core, 2 GHz, MediaTek MT6755
RAM 4 GB
Storage
Internal memory 64 GB
External memory Up to 256 GB
Battery
Capacity 4010 mAH, Li-Polymer, Non removable
Camera
Primary camera 13 MP
Secondary camera 16 MP
Connectivity
Network support Dual SIM 4G
Other options Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS
Others
Battery Capacity 4010
Operating system Android 7.0 Nougat

Design and display: metal and AMOLED

It’s getting hard to tell mid-range smartphones apart on the basis of design these days, and the Gionee A1 is no different. But make no mistake – it’s got a premium build quality with what Gionee claims is ‘aircraft-grade metal’, nice rounded corners and a slim waistline despite its huge 4,010mAh battery inside. The use of metal means the phone tends to be slippery, but Gionee has thoughtfully included a transparent TPU case in the retail box which you can slap on right away. The back panel is home to the circular camera module and dual-LED flash, with a large circular Gionee logo beneath.

The port and button placement are fairly standard, and we like the red outline on the power switch. Gionee’s opted for a micro-USB port instead of the increasingly common USB Type-C connector.
The Gionee A1 features a large 5.5-inch full HD display, which is sharp with good viewing angles and brightness levels. The use of an AMOLED panel means you get the rich colours that make viewing videos and playing games a visual treat. Gionee’s used 2.5D curved glass for the front panel, and below the display you’ll find the physical home button / fingerprint sensor. You can unlock the phone from sleep by touching the fingerprint sensor, but if you want to use it as a home button, you’ll need to press it. It can be confusing to use, and we wish Gionee would have used a capacitive key instead.

Software: adios, Amigo

The Gionee A1 runs Android 7.0 Nougat with Amigo UI 4.0 on top. Gionee’s custom UI has improved tremendously since the early days, but it still has a long way to go. It’s choc-a-block with features – most of them pointless and difficult to discover. Something as simple as changing the wallpaper requires heading to the Mood Wallpaper or Theme Park apps. Speaking of apps, we counted over 12 of them that were third-party and come pre-installed with the device. Thankfully, these can be uninstalled, but Gionee’s own bloatware you’ll have to live with. The lock screen is particularly annoying – it follows Huawei’s EMUI-style Magazine Unlock feature which displays different wallpapers every time you unlock the phone. Only in this case the wallpapers come with text and links, and in some cases, even ads.

Amigo UI follows an iOS-style quick settings menu that’s accessible by swiping up from the bottom of the display. Unfortunately on the Gionee A1, the quick settings were often inadvertently brought up while scrolling in apps like Facebook and Twitter, and we even ended up mistakenly turning on airplane mode a few times.

The bottomline is this – too much of a good thing can be bad – and Gionee’s quest to pack Amigo UI with ‘useful’ features ends up having an adverse effect on the user experience.

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Camera: a pretty picture

The mainstay of the Gionee A1 is its 16MP selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture and selfie flash. At the rear, you get a 13MP shooter with f/2.0 aperture and a dual-LED flash. The camera app offers all the usual suspects including HDR, Panorama, Pro, Night, etc. There are also some useful ones like GIF, Translation (snap a photo to translate text instantly) and Smart Scan (scan a barcode or QR code from within the camera app). There are also several filters which you can apply in real time.

Speaking of the front camera first, it can churn out a great selfie most times, with good sharpness and detail, and attractive skin tones. There’s a beauty mode which goes all out to let you smoothen and whiten your skin, slim down your face and even enlarge your eyes – if that’s your thing. The selfie flash on the front camera is actually pretty effective – instead of turning on only when you press the shutter button, it stays on like a torch so you can see the effect before you click. The flash is well distributed and not too harsh, so skin isn’t left looking washed out. Our only gripe with the front camera is that it maximises the screen brightness as soon as it’s opened, casting an artificial glow on to your face. This can also make the screen harsh on the eyes, especially if you’re trying to take a selfie in low light. 

The rear camera is a surprisingly accomplished shooter as well. It’s fast and is able to get more difficult macro shots in focus. Images taken in daylight display natural colours and are well balanced. It only struggles in low light, where you can see images with visible grain and deteriorating sharpness.

Performance: hits and misses

The Gionee A1 is quite sorted in terms of horsepower – you get an octa-core Helio P10 SoC, paired with 4GB of RAM. There’s 64GB of storage onboard, out of which you get 52.61GB to use out of the box. The phone works fine for activities like gaming, without any noticeable frame drops or heating issues. However, due to the heavy nature of Amigo UI, app crashes and freezes are frequent, and a few lags are noticeable during daily usage. The fingerprint sensor on the Gionee A1 works fine for the most part, but isn’t as fast as we would have liked. It also failed to recognize our fingerprint on more than one occasion.

The Gionee A1’s battery life is its other major highlight. With moderate usage, we managed to get over 4 hours and 30 minutes of screen on time over 33 hours, with a bit of juice to spare. In our video loop battery drain test, the A1 lasted for 11 hours and 7 minutes. The bundled charger does a good job of refuelling the device, taking 1 hour and 51 minutes to go from 0 to 100 percent.

Verdict

The Gionee A1’s key selling points are its capable cameras and excellent battery life. And if we were to compare this to the competition available online – namely the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (review) and Moto G5 Plus (review) – it becomes hard to recommend at its price. But it’s important to remember that Gionee is also an established offline player, with a big reach in tier 2 and tier 3 cities. For the A1, the main competition is therefore relegated to devices like the OPPO F1s (review) and Vivo V5s (first impressions), which are also betting on their selfie cameras as their mainstays. In that respect, the Gionee A1 with its add-ons like a full HD display and big battery emerges as a far more serious contender, and one you shouldn’t dismiss off the bat.  

Gionee A1 first impressions: betting big on battery life and selfie power

While Chinese brands might be taking the global smartphone market by storm, they surprisingly don’t have a significant presence in the biggest annual mobile extravaganza that is MWC. Gionee however, seems to be an exception. Last year, it took the curtains off its innovative Elife S8 flagship (first impressions) that offered features like 3D Touch along with unveiling its new brand identity, and this time as well, it’s introduced a couple of compelling smartphones. The brand launched two offerings under the new A series, monikered the A1. The Plus version isn’t just the larger of the two, but also has better hardware to boast. We got our hands on both devices during the event, and here’s how we’ll sum up our experience. We’ll be mainly talking about the A1 Plus, and the A1 will be mentioned to highlight the differences as we go along.

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Let’s start with the highlight of the two new devices – selfies. It seems that Chinese manufacturers are trying to cash in on the selfie phenomenon as much as they can. The Gionee A1 sports a high-res 20MP sensor at the front, which makes it the second phone after the vivo V5 Plus (review) to rock such a powerful front camera. It also gets an LED flash at the front to ensure that you can capture your self-portraits irrespective of the lighting conditions. The smaller sibling comes with a 16MP selfie camera.

Not just selfies, the A1 duo also seems to be capable shooters as far as the primary sensors are concerned. With the Gionee A1 , you get dual 13MP + 5MP sensors at the back, with the main unit clicking the scene and the other sensor capturing depth information. This ensures interesting bokeh effects. The Gionee A1 features a 13MP camera at the back. Both phablets get dual-colour LED flash units to provide illumination in poorly-lit environments.

As aforementioned, the A1 Plus is a bigger device than the Gionee A1. While both of them technically fall in the category of phablets, the A1 still sports a manageable screen size of 5.5-inches, whereas the A1 Plus’ window to the world is a 6-inch panel. Screens on both the phones offer full HD resolution, which results in crisp text and good colour reproduction. The brightness levels also seem to be impressive.

By virtue of a large display, the Gionee A1 Plus has a bigger footprint and is also on the weightier side by tipping the scales at 226g. We were easily able to hold the device using a single hand thanks to the dual curves at the back, although for most intents and purposes, you’d need to use two hands. The A1 on the other hand, can comfortably be used single-handedly. The smartphones are built with unibody metallic construction and are available in gold, black or silver hues. In terms of the placement of ports and buttons, you won’t find anything out of the ordinary.

With regards to the hardware, both the A1 and A1 Plus come powered by 4 gigs of RAM. However, the Gionee A1 Plus gets a better and faster chipset in the form of the MediaTek P25. The A1 has a 1.8GHz octa-core P10 processor. While we couldn’t test the limits of the hardware during our brief usage, the smartphones offered smooth navigation and switched between apps flawlessly. For memory, both phones feature 64GB of flash storage, which can be extended further with the use of a microSD card.

Software-wise, both phones have Android 7.0 Nougat, though you might not be able to recognise that since the interface is Gionee’s proprietary Amigo 4.0.
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The Gionee A1 Plus draws power from a 4,550mAh battery, whereas the A1 sips juice from a 4,010mAh pack. With these beefy capacities, there’s little doubt that both smartphones will last long, and you even enable several battery-saving modes to reduce the drain. The phablets also support fast charging capabilities.

While the company hasn’t specified a timeline for the Gionee A1 and A1 Plus launch in India, they can be expected to land by March or April. Both the phones are loaded options focussing on current trends, although their pricing seems to be steep. The Gionee A1 will retail at lowest price, while the A1 Plus gets a sticker price . We’re hoping Gionee prices them more aggressively in India… otherwise they’ll be facing an uphill battle to stay in the game. 

Performance: hits and misses

The Gionee A1 is quite sorted in terms of horsepower – you get an octa-core Helio P10 SoC, paired with 4GB of RAM. There’s 64GB of storage onboard, out of which you get 52.61GB to use out of the box. The phone works fine for activities like gaming, without any noticeable frame drops or heating issues. However, due to the heavy nature of Amigo UI, app crashes and freezes are frequent, and a few lags are noticeable during daily usage. The fingerprint sensor on the Gionee A1 works fine for the most part, but isn’t as fast as we would have liked. It also failed to recognise our fingerprint on more than one occasion.

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are water resistant,With latest technic purposes

Apple yesterday unleashed the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus as its first dust and water resistant iPhones, thanks to the IP67 certification. This means they are 100 percent resistant to dust and should survive being submerged under a metre of water for up to 30 minutes. The idea isn’t to take them swimming, but they can survive accidental drops in pools, sinks, and the shower, and the odd downpour. However, Apple mentions that splash, water and dust resistance are not permanent as conditions and resistance might decrease as a result of wear and tear. Also, Apple won’t cover liquid damage on the new iPhones under the warranty, so don’t count on the brand to replace them at no charge.

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“iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are splash, water and dust resistant, and were tested under controlled laboratory conditions with a rating of IP67 under IEC standard 60529. Splash, water and dust resistance are not permanent conditions and resistance might decrease as a result of normal wear. Do not attempt to charge a wet iPhone; refer to the user guide for cleaning and drying instructions. Liquid damage is not covered under warranty,” mentions the product page on Apple’s website for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.

You may be happy that Apple finally made the new iPhones dust and water resistant. However, water damages not being covered under warranty is a point you should keep in mind while taking your iPhone 7 or 7 Plus into a pool – we definitely don’t recommend taking photos with them underwater. As for the availability, the new iPhone duo will go on sale in India on October 7th for a starting price of lowest rate.

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In 2006, Apple introduced the iPad Nano Special Edition in partnership with (RED). Now the company bringing the iPhone into the (RED) fold with the launch of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus RED Special Edition. (RED) is a licensed band that seeks to engage the private sector in raising awareness and funds to eliminate HIV/AIDS in Africa.

The new (RED) iPhone 7 and 7 Plus flaunt a red aluminium finish, and perhaps is the most striking of all the colour options available. As with all previous Apple (RED) products, a portion of every (RED) iPhone sold will go to The Global Fund, which is a non-profit organisation that helps finance HIV/AIDS grants in several countries.

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus RED Special Edition will be available in 128GB and 256GB storage variants at a starting price of Rs 82,000. It will go on sale in India in April.
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            Just a few hours ago, the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus went on sale in 28 regions across the globe.  As expected, soon after the sale began, do-it-yourself repair site iFixit, best known for its tear downs of devices, has ripped apart the brand new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and detailed what’s inside. The tear down of both phones reveals all the details that the company doesn’t mention in the features sheet, including RAM and battery capacity.

Talking about the iPhone 7 first, iFixit reveals that the phone gets 2GB of LPDDR4 RAM, made by Samsung. The phone is fuelled by a 1,960mAh battery, which is significantly more powerful than the 1,715mAh unit found on the iPhone 6s. The teardown also reveals that the iPhone 7 gets a Qualcomm MDM9645M LTE Cat. 12 Modem. However, in some regions, the phone packs in an Intel modem.

As for the iPhone 7 Plus, its tear down reveals that the phone offers 3GB of LPDDR4 RAM, also manufactured by Samsung. The phone packs in a 2,900mAh battery, which is beefier than the 2,750mAh unit found on the iPhone 6s Plus. iFixit’s teardown reveals that the iPhone 7 Plus features a Qualcomm MDM9645M LTE. Cat 12 modem.

 Apart from the hardware, another notable finding by iFixit was about what Apple placed in iPhone 7 Plus where the 3.5mm headphone jack used to be in the earlier models. The freed space is now occupied by a barometric vent and the Taptic Engine for the new pressure-sensitive Home button. For those unaware, the barometer sensor in a phone measures atmospheric pressure. So, as you may have noticed, the new iPhones have speaker grilles on each side of the Lightning connector, but there’s still only a single speaker on the right side.

 

Samsung Galaxy S8+ review: slays old ghosts, rivals too

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Lets discuss about Samsung Galaxy S8 plus reviews…

“Is the Galaxy S8+ worth your dough? My review”

Let’s face it – 2016 wasn’t a great year for Samsung. It started off on a good note, with its Galaxy S7 and S7 edge flagships turning out to be solid, near-perfect daily drivers. But its Note series flagship of 2016, the Note7, bombed… quite literally. So to address the elephant in the room right off the bat, if you’re avoiding the new Galaxy S8 and S8+ just because of what happened with the Note7… don’t. I can confidently say that the latest flagships from Samsung should be among the safest phones around, at least as far battery-related heating issues are concerned. And that confidence stems from the fact that Samsung will do its utmost best not to repeat the same mistake again, one that cost it billions of dollars and immense loss of repute. It’s Samsung we’re talking about, after all.

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The Galaxy S8, and it’s larger sibling, the Galaxy S8+ (the one I’m reviewing now), are quite loaded. But as you can make out from the drool-inducing image above, they also look really sexy. However, I did mention in my hands on that apart from the bezel-less design wizardry, the new phones just seem like evolutionary upgrades over their predecessors. After using the S8+ as my daily driver for the past few days, I haven’t changed my opinion much. That said, I’ve come to realise that the Infinity Display (marketing speak for Samsung’s bezel-less design on the S8 duo), is an innovation that does make a lot of sense… one that takes these devices a few steps closer to perfection. You see, innovation not executed well doesn’t do much for users – devices like the Yotaphone and the LG G5 (review) being prime examples.

Before I start ranting about the S8+ in earnest, I would like to point out that most of my views should be valid for the smaller S8 as well, since the two phones are identical expect for their screen sizes and battery capacities.

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Going back to last year’s Galaxy S7 (review) and S7 edge (review), I think they were near-perfect flagships when they came out, and actually, worth buying even today. With the S8 and S8+, Samsung has largely stuck to the same tried-and-tested formula, with one big change – it’s gone ahead and shaved off the bezels, enabling it to cram larger screens in bodies that are defy their phablet-grade displays in terms of overall size. The phones are far from perfect though. For one, not only is the newly-relocated fingerprint scanner badly placed, it doesn’t work very well. Secondly, the phones can get quite slippery, and when considered together along with the fact that the glass construction seems fragile… you’re going to have to treat your S8 / S8+ with kid gloves and make sure you don’t drop it. Ever. Further, the hybrid SIM tray is made of plastic, and seems quite flimsy – not done Samsung.

Continuing with the negatives, the non-conventional screen aspect ratio (18.5 : 9) could be an issue if you’re a discerning video watcher. The curved edges of the screens on the S8 and S8+ tend to slightly distort the corners of the videos playing on the devices, and crops them too. And while call quality is great, the phone speaker doesn’t offer rich sound output, despite being quite loud. Then there’s Bixby, Samsung’s much-hyped smart assistant. Since it doesn’t have voice support yet, it’s currently a bit like a combination of Google Now and Google Goggle, with a bit of Samsung’s Briefing news aggregator thrown in. And Bixby even gets its own dedicated launch key on the side of the phones, a button which can’t be remapped to other tasks (although there are a few third-party apps on the Play Store that try and give you this functionality).

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The pluses

Design and display But enough about the negatives. Each time I hold the Galaxy S8+ in my hand, I can’t believe it has a 6.2-inch screen. The phone is so compact, hardly bigger (and in some cases, even smaller) than phones with 5.5-inch displays. It’s amazing how Samsung has been able to pack in a phablet-sized display in such a compact body. The bezel-less design looks so gorgeous that you’re bound to turn heads wherever you go. Just browse through the following gallery if you don’t believe me – though I must tell you that images hardly do it justice. The Super AMOLED display is superb overall, even though the colours do look over-saturated. You can however, tweak the screen output via settings – choose between presets such as adaptive, cinema or photo, to just tweak the colour balance manually.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 – 4GB – Full phone specifications on poorvikamobiles

Release date August 2016
Form factor Touchscreen
Dimensions (mm) 151 x 76 x 8.5 mm
Weight (g) 165 g
Battery capacity (mAh) Li-Po 4100 mAh battery
Removable battery No
Colours Gold, Grey, Matte Black
SAR value NA
Screen size (inches) 5.5
Touchscreen Yes
Resolution 1080×1920 pixels
Pixels per inch (PPI) 401
Processor Octa-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A53 processor
Processor make Qualcomm Snapdragon 625
RAM 4GB
Internal storage 64GB
Expandable storage Yes
Expandable storage type microSD
Expandable storage up to (GB) 128
Rear camera 13-megapixel
Flash Yes
Front camera 5-megapixel
Operating System Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)
Skin MIUI 8
Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi standards supported Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
GPS Yes
Bluetooth Yes,v4.1, A2DP, LE
NFC No
Infrared Yes
USB OTG Yes
Headphones 3.5mm
FM Yes
Number of SIMs 2
SIM 1
SIM Type Micro-SIM
GSM/CDMA GSM
3G Yes
4G/ LTE Yes
Supports 4G in India (Band 40) Yes
SIM 2
SIM Type Nano-SIM
GSM/CDMA GSM
3G Yes
4G/ LTE Yes
Supports 4G in India (Band 40) Yes
Compass/ Magnetometer Yes
Proximity sensor Yes
Accelerometer Yes
Ambient light sensor Yes
Gyroscope Yes
Barometer No
Temperature sensor No

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 – 3GB – Full phone specifications on poorvikamobiles

Release date August 2016
Form factor Touchscreen
Dimensions (mm) 151 x 76 x 8.5 mm
Weight (g) 165 g
Battery capacity (mAh) Li-Po 4100 mAh battery
Removable battery No
Colours Gold, Grey, Matte Black
SAR value NA
Screen size (inches) 5.5
Touchscreen Yes
Resolution 1080×1920 pixels
Pixels per inch (PPI) 401
Processor Octa-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A53 processor
Processor make Qualcomm Snapdragon 625
RAM 3GB
Internal storage 32GB
Expandable storage Yes
Expandable storage type microSD
Expandable storage up to (GB) 128
Rear camera 13-megapixel
Flash Yes
Front camera 5-megapixel
Operating System Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)
Skin MIUI 8
Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi standards supported Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
GPS Yes
Bluetooth Yes,v4.1, A2DP, LE
NFC No
Infrared Yes
USB OTG Yes
Headphones 3.5mm
FM Yes
Number of SIMs 2
SIM 1
SIM Type Micro-SIM
GSM/CDMA GSM
3G Yes
4G/ LTE Yes
Supports 4G in India (Band 40) Yes
SIM 2
SIM Type Nano-SIM
GSM/CDMA GSM
3G Yes
4G/ LTE Yes
Supports 4G in India (Band 40) Yes
Compass/ Magnetometer Yes
Proximity sensor Yes
Accelerometer Yes
Ambient light sensor Yes
Gyroscope Yes
Barometer No
Temperature sensor No

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