Xiaomi has been aggressively expanding its product portfolio in the past few months. We have already seen a new lineup, namely the top end Xiaomi Mi Note and now, it looks like the company may have another version of last year’s flagship.
The Xiaomi Mi4 2GB edition was recently spotted on the Chinese certification website TENAA. Interestingly, the phone is said to feature just 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage. On the other hand, the regular Xiaomi Mi4 version came with 3GB RAM and 16/64GB internal storage options.
The TENAA entry shows that there are three different version of this device made for three different carries in China namely, China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom and all the models support 4G LTE networks. We expect rest of the specs to be similar to the regular model.
Xiaomi did the same with this year’s Redmi model, by offering a 2GB variant at a slightly higher price tag. Looks like its going to do the same with Xiaomi Mi4 too.
Ofcourse, the major motive of reducing the specs is to bring down the cost and it is said that the Xiaomi Mi4 2GB edition will cost just about 1799 Yuan which comes to $289.
A top end model, namely the Xiaomi Mi Note Plus was recently spotted on AnTuTu and this particular Mi4 edition may be announced alongside the Mi Note Plus in the coming few weeks.