The Redmi 4 was expected to launch alongside the Redmi Note 4 but it didn’t. It seems it’s launch is near as images have shown up on TENAA’s website.
The Redmi 4 appears to look more like a small sized Redmi Note 4, although it doesn’t seem to have that curve of the Note 4. It doesn’t seem like Xiaomi has any plans of changing the design of the capacitive buttons, so that remains the same. The speaker on the Redmi 4 has been removed from the back and will now be at the bottom flanking the charging port.
At the back, there is a fingerprint scanner below the rear camera which has the LED flash sitting on the left. The Mi logo sits a few inches from the antenna line at the base. Volume rocker and power buttons are still on the right and the SIM tray is on the left.
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Specifications of the Redmi includes 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a Full HD display which a lot of people are excited about considering its 699 Yuan ($105) price tag. The processor is clocked at 1.8 GHz which some have predicted to be the Helio P10. Though some say it is the Snapdragon 625. If it does come with a Helio P10 chip, trust Xiaomi to release a version with a SD 625 chip as well and tag it as the Redmi 4 Pro.
The Redmi 4 Pro will launch with MIUI 8 based on Android 6.0.1. There is no news on release date yet, but we believe it will get an official release soon.