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Xiaomi Redmi 4 & Redmi Note 4 hit TENAA, specs revealed

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Two of Xiaomi’s expected devices, suspected to be the Redmi 4 and Redmi Note 4 have been spotted on China’s regulatory agency TENAA’s website, revealing some key specs of the device but the images of the smartphones were not revealed.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

Before now, there has been rumors that Xiaomi will hold a news conference on August 25 where it is billed to release two new smartphones in the Redmi series. This TENAA listing comes just in time to lend some credence to the rumor, considering August 25 is by the corner. In addition, we spotted leaked images of what is likely the Redmi Note 4 with the on screen specs matching those listed on TENAA.

Xiaomi Redmi 4 TENAA
Xiaomi Redmi 4 TENAA

According to the TENAA listing the one suspected to be Xiaomi Redmi 4 features a 5-inch display with 1080 resolution and would be powered by a 1.8GHz processor which is to be the MediaTek Helio P10 chipset. The device is also listed as having 3GB RAM and 32GB of built-in storage . There’s also a 13MP rear camera sensor and a 5MP front camera. The suspected Redmi 4 is also listed to boot Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box and will have a huge 4,000mAh under its hood. Quite curiously, the device is also listed to feature infrared transmission.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 TENAA
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 TENAA

On the other hand, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 is listed as having a 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 1080p. The smartphone also said to be powered by a 2GHz processor which is suspected to be the Helio X20 chipset as against the Snapdragon 652 processor earlier rumored to be on the device. The Redmi Note 4 is listed as having two versions, one with 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage and a higher version with 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage.

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In addition, the Redmi Note 4 is listed to feature a 13MP rear facing camera as well as a 5MP front facing camera. There is the Android 6.0 Marshmallow oprating system to run the show and the device also support infrared transmission as well as packs a massive 4,000mAh battery under its hood.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

We were also gifted leaked images of what is likely the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 on Weibo and the device looks quite stunning. Apart from the beautiful design Xiaomi is planning to offer us, we also had an on-screen peek of the specs of what is likely the 2GB RAM + 16GB ROM version of  the Redmi Note 4 and they align properly with the TENAA data.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4
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  • Wolvie

    Then again Xiaomi is looking for trouble. As everybody know, Xiaomi last time cannot sell Redmi Note 2 and 3 (Mediatek X10 version) to india because of license dispute with Ericsson. So in the end Xiaomi made Redmi Note 3 pro (qualcomm version). And i believe this version got much much better sell compare to normal redmi note 3.

    Now they do the same stupid mistake again. Why Xiaomi don’t just release Redmi Note 4 with SD652 so everybody will be happy (at least for oversea buyers & Xiaomi india fans) ???? Or they will do the same darn tactic again, releasing another version Redmi Note 4 Pro with SD652 after a couple months this Redmi Note 4 released ???

    • Ionut Johnny

      The mtk version are for Chinese, their main market.

  • So Redmi Note 4 is placed between Redmin note 3 pro and Redmi Pro? Might as well get Redmi Pro instead if that’s the case.

  • I`m actually disappointed. Redmi 4 was supposed to come with Snapdragon 625(which is a much more efficient chip than the P10, not to mention faster)
    Redmi Note 4 should be great with a Helio X20 for under 200$.

    • Jh1

      I’d be willing to bet we’ll see a redmi 4 pro with the SD 625 and a note 4 pro with SD 652 within a few months

  • Kingsley

    The P10 is not 1.8 GHz it is 2GHz. The X20 is not 2GHz, it is 2.3GHz. Your assumptions seem totally wrong unless they under clock the chips, which would make no sense. Maybe they are using a Snapdragon 650 and the rumored upgraded Snapdragon 652.

    • metalboyz

      p10 is up to 2ghz, which mean it can have max clock speed at 2ghz, so it’s possible to downclock the clockspeed to avoid overheating.
      Don’t believe? check the meizu m3 note or m3e.

    • Joe

      Like metalboyz mentioned, the max clock speed is up to 2GHz but there are P10 chips clocked at 1.8GHz. M3 Note, M3E or Lenovo K5 Note — all use 1.8GHz Helio MT6755. It makes sense to use an under clocked chip because Redmi 4 would be a budget device.

      Hello X20 standard version is clocked at 2.3GHz, however, there’s a MT6797M version which is clocked at 2GHz. The under clocking once again makes sense because this chip variant is used by affordable mid-rangers. For example, the 360 N4S comes with MT6797M @ 2GHz.

      Of course we can’t guarantee that these are the chips inside the two upcoming Redmi handsets, but these guesses are not just based on today’s info, rather it also takes into account the rumours and leaks from the past couple of weeks.

  • metalboyz

    quite stunning, beautiful design?
    looking at the screen, i thought that was elephont p8000

  • Ilham Hanafy

    Why XIAOMI whyyyy??? why you put those mediatek chip to your smartphone??

    • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz

      Dude chill out, X20 is a beast, you clearly don’t know your stuff!

  • Time to say goodbye to those screen edges already, come on. Where in Q3 2016 for goodness sake.

  • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz

    Redmi Note 4 yeah, at last!

    • greg

      I guess they saving those upgrades for the Pro versions as they always do

  • Hakim Farouk

    Wow, 1080p. Not so entry level anymore huh. If Xiaomi is making 1080p, a norm at the entry level field, we’ll eventually get a cheaper Full HD display phones. Personally, P10 on an entry level phone is rather nice. Definitely, a better performer than of the 400 series

    • Sorry, but 5″ and above at 1080p is the 2016 standard, even at the entry level and we’re almost 2017 already. Now VR is becoming a thing, high-end phones are going for the higher K displays. There’s enough 1080p to choose from at fair prices for quite a while. Unless your budget is more in the sub 100-range or something. That you would want really shit foons that still dare to come out with 540p/720p at 5.5″ or equivalent ppi, that’s beyond me. Or were you just being sarcastic?

      • Hakim Farouk

        Really? Can you name a few entry level smartphone in 2016 at 1080p? Entry level in 2016 is still at 720p dude.

        • Then I think your idea of ‘entry level smartphone’ is way different than mine. I’m not talking about the entry level at certain brands, like their bottom model. I’m talking entry level as in ‘smartphones’ and ‘cheaper’ FullHD phones, which I think there are plenty of. I wouldn’t look at an iPhone or Samsung, because those to me are high-end phones as in high specs, high price spectrum. Same reason I’m not really onboard with Meizu, Xiaomi, OnePlus, OPPO etc. But if you’re looking to spend 129-229 USD, I’d call that entry level. That’s where it kinda starts in the normal market. The entry level. If you look at China for those kind of prices you get sooo much more.

          • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz

            Agree. For me, especially when it comes to China phones the entry level is all below the $150 mark, while at $200-250 we’re now talking about the midrange devices. High is all above $350-400. I’m not taking the big companies like Samsung, LG, etc in consideration.

          • Hakim Farouk

            Entry level and cheap phones are two different meaning altogether. Entry level is the “category”. An entry level phone can be both cheap or rather expensive depends on the brand it’s coming from but still cheaper than the mid-range (eventho there are cases where an entry level phone can cost as much as a mid-range phone) There are cheap phones out there with1080p at 100$ or maybe, less but they are not entry level. Rather a budget mid ranger

          • I guess we have other standards, because that’s what I’d call shit level. That wouldn’t even be worth for me to consider getting. That’s below what I consider entry level. That’s like calling the Amkov CDR2 / AMK-R2 an entry level camera. That’s a shit level camera.

            That’s where I expect Homtom/VKWorld/Oukitel/Cubot/Bluboo/Leagoo/Pepsi kinda plastic fantastic stuff to live. The rare exceptions being for example perhaps Vernee Thor, Ulefone U007 / Metal, UMI London, which might just be ok for people who have zero demands and need mobile availlability over phone, more than a smartphone per se. Like… the elderly. That is really rock bottom entry level to me. Yes there’s a few 720p there. But to me there’s enough 1080p at fair prices at the entry level. But again. Apparently thats open to considerable different interpretation.

          • Hakim Farouk

            Well, China’s Entry,mid,flagship range of phones are generally cheaper. The lower quality in hardware integration and software speaks on its own (Excluding the big major chinese brands of course). But the Pepsi P1s is a rather capable phone tho. I’ve tested it. I was rather surprised cause I was expecting something bad. The camera was well tuned. If, you’re on a real budget, get it. But should probably not expect any android upgrade updates

    • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz

      You already can get a 1080p/2GB phones for as low as $100-110, Lenovo K3 Note for example, it’s a deal if you ask me. 😉

      • Hakim Farouk

        True. haha. I had that model before. one of the cheapest 1080p i’d say and rather capable with one of the earliest 64bit MTK soc

        • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz

          I still have it laying around as a secondary phone alongside with Redmi Note 3 Pro. lol Still like it.

          • Riccardo Benzoni

            6752 was one of the best mtk ever, way better than 6753 and goes toe to toe with p10m those phones will use.

  • greg

    I thought it was going to be the 625 for the Redmi 4 , the P10 is really an upgrade for the 430 ?

  • Ionut Johnny

    I’m not impressed, I am only consider these 2 because of Miui but I rather go for Cool 1.

  • Muhammad Yasir

    type c ?

  • James

    So, it seems that the Redmi Note 4 is not really much of an improvement on a Redmi Note 3 Pro (which are already available at a good discount) – atleast on paper…. Does a Helio X20 outperform the SD650 in real world use? Am I missing something?

  • Riccardo Benzoni

    every six months a new redmi/ redmi note? They are so close that they don’t even seem real improvements, maybe a bit more refined in build quality. And obviously pro versions with qualcomm SoCs will follow, now the pricing will be interesting, will they replace R3/RN3 or will go for an higher price tag? In both cases, Redmi 3/3s/pro and Redmi note 3/pro could be the real winners, if they lower their prices even more they will be the best value for money products (they already are, but will be even more), if new models will be priced higher they will clash with redmi pro and many people will still look for Redmi 3/pro or Redmi Note 3/pro to save and have something very similar. We’ll see.

  • Ismit

    Mediatek= no cm13 rom