The Xiaomi Mi 3 smartphone, which finally arrived in most of the region was limited after the Asian market, and now has a successor. As expected, it was made official this Tuesday, July 22. Let's see what it offers.
Simply called Xiaomi Mi 4, this high-end smartphone does not really break the codes at Hardware side since it uses the platform of Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 found in all the flagships at the moment (the HTC One M8 , the LG G3, the OnePlus One, the Oppo Find 7, the Samsung Galaxy S5 , the Sony Xperia Z2 and ZTE Nubia Z7). Xiaomi Mi 4 takes advantage of a quad-core processor clocked at 2.5 GHz and 3 GB RAM.
Comeing with the Android KitKat system sprinkled with a MIUI 6 user interface, it offers a 5-inch display in Full HD, connections of 3G/4G/Wi-Fi/GPS/Bluetooth, a digital camera of 13 megapixels at read, a front 8 Megapixel webcam, flash memory of 16 or 64 GB and a 3080 mAh battery. Again, nothing really differentiating relative to the competition.
In terms of finishing, it features a stainless steel metal frame with a rear plastic cover that is interchangeable to allow a choice of wood finishes, leather, marble or fabric. Users will enjoy customizing this phone.
We are now waiting to learn more about the marketing of this device in Europe. Only the Chinese market is concerned at the moment with 16 and 64 GB models in 1999 yuan and 2499 yuan (240 to 300 euros).