Xiaomi Redmi 4A will list in Indian Market, sales on 5999 Rupee ,Made in India

Xiaomi Redmi 4A will list in Indian Market, sales on 5999 Rupee ,Made in India

Despite Xiaomi phone ranks second in Indian smartphone market, but this internet vendor is still increasing Indian market’s penetration, and now, Xiaomi released a new entry phone- Redmi 4A, that just  price at 5999 Rupee, about 634RMB, much cheaper compared with competitors phone.

Although it is very cheap, still uses metal material. It powered by a 5.0 inch screen of 720 pixels resolution,loads Snapdragon 425 quad-core processor, operates 2GB RAM+16GB ROM combination, the camera pixel shows 5MP on front facing and 13MP on rear, supports PDAF, dual SIM/ dual standby connectivity network and 4G VoLTE, matches 3120mAh battery capacity, carries India special feature of MIUI8 system. Furthermore, it is said that this phone is made in India.

Remi 4A will exclusive sales in Indian Official site and Amazon India at 12:00, March 23th, and there are Deep Gray / Rose Gold / Gold available for options.

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