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Limited Edition Redmi Note 4 Lake Blue Announced, Proceeds Go Into Cleaning Indian Lakes

by Habeeb Onawole 5

Xiaomi has released a new color variant of the Redmi Note 4 in India. The new color called Lake Blue looks very similar to the blue Redmi Note 4X released about three months ago. However this is a limited edition that has a purpose.

Redmi Note 4 Lake Blue

As part of its CSR, Xiaomi has started a campaign called “Wake the Lake” to clean up the lakes in the Indian city of Bengaluru (Bengalore), Karnataka. To involve its fans in the clean up, it released a limited edition phone whose proceeds will go into cleaning the lakes. So if you purchase a unit, you are helping to clean up the environment.

Xiaomi has chosen the city of Bengaluru as that is where it first set up camp in India. The first lake to be cleaned is the Kempambudhi Kere Lake. The funds will also be used to plant trees, construct sitting benches, install solar lights, as well as an outdoor fitness center with a play area for kids too.

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The Lake Blue Redmi Note 4 will be available in the 4GB RAM+ 64GB ROM model only. It will go on sale on September 4 at 12 noon on the official Mi India site and retail for INR 9,999 (~$157).






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  • Ionut Johnny

    Wow, this is an excellent phone and the price is wow, plus the nice colour.
    Bought my girlfriend a few months ago the note 4x, 3 gb, green/blue special edition, she’s so happy with it.

    • NextHype

      Which one have you bought, Johnny ?
      I’m tempted to buy the Note 4 Global Version 3/32 to my GF because this one has a solid SoC (SD625) and B20, and can be found at 130€ atm.

      • Ionut Johnny

        That’s a great price, where did you find it so cheap, I bought the China version for 160£ because we use 3g ,lebara UK which works great.

        • NextHype

          Gearbest, from their HK stock, at 133.05€ to be precise

  • NextHype

    “Bengaluru” sounds like a japanese trying to say “Bengalore”