The Xiaomi Redmi 4 has surfaced again after a long disappearance from the public radar just when we thought it would be launched. Yesterday we saw what was likely the Redmi 4A on TENAA looking like a variation of the Redmi 4. Today, renders of the long awaited Xiaomi Redmi 4 have appeared online. The images are at sync with the ones earlier spotted on TENAA months back when the Redmi 4 was certified.
The renders, leaked on Weibo by popular tipster @kjuma, also appeared along side a list of some of the details of the device’s specs and there are no different from those spotted on TENAA way back. The Redmi 4 features a 5-inch display and will be powered by a Snapdragon 625 processor along with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of built-in storage.
The device is also listed as sporting a 13MP rear camera unit with Phase focus and LED flash, along side a 5MP front-facing one. On the software end, the Xiaomi Redmi 4 will run on Android Marshmallow-based MIUI 8. The device is also listed to feature a host of network bands including LTE.
Design wise, the device seems to use very narrow bezels at the sides, with the usual oval shaped home button missing. Seems it is entirely a touchscreen affair on this one. There are capacitive keys at the sides though, for volume control and to power the device on and off. At the rear, there is a fingerprint scanner just underneath the rear camera.
This latest leak could be an indication that the Redmi 4 which was expected to launch with the Redmi Note 4 months back, would be dropping soon. If you have forgotten, the device is said to come very cheap, with a projected price tag of around 699 Yuan ($105).