- 5.5 inches 1080 x 1920 pixels IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, Memory: 32 GB ROM , 3 GB RAM – microSD, up to 256 GB (uses SIM 2 slot), 13 MP, f/2.0, phase detection autofocus, dual-LED
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers such as AT&T and T-Mobile, but are not compatible with CDMA carriers such as Verizon and Sprint.
- 2G bands GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 – SIM 1 & SIM 2, 3G bands: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100, 4G bands, LTE band: LTE band 3(1800), 5(850), 40(2300)
- This device may not include a US warranty as some manufacturers do not honor warranties for international items. Please contact the seller for specific warranty information
- The box contains: Your new device, USB cable, Charger, Documentation.
“Great Phone But Be Aware…”
The apparatus came in good form. I would like to share with everyone my expertise. . I happened to receive a MediaTek Helio X20 which took me by surprise. Not that the Helio X20 is poor performance, however there are other small adjustments that might disturb you. For example looking online information about the two apparatus you will find that Snapdragon 625 Version has distinct LTE bands which works better with all the US carriers. So you receive Helio X20 you will probably stick with HSPA rates… Apart from that, this apparatus its solid and well crafted, top notch performance for what you pay. 32GB storage, 3GB Ram, SD 625 or Helio X20… for 160 $
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 5.5-Inch GSM Unlocked Smartphone with Dual LTE, 32GB, Dual Sim, 13MP, No Warranty – International Version (Gold) Review | XMI-REDMINOTE4GLDEU Review
“More Bang For The Buck”
All I will say is wow! This is phone offers excellent value for the price. I have wanted to get my hands on a Xiaomi telephone for a while and they were finally available for a reasonable price. I must admit I was somewhat worried about potential connectivity problems, but I haven’t had any apparent issues using an ATandamp;T MVNO.I intend on using a T-Mobile MVNO to check and see if I have any connectivity issues there too and I will update the review as needed.I will say, I have not had LTE speeds on the telephone, but I knew that when I bought the phone, however 3G and 4G have been consistent with the ATandamp;T MVNO.The phone looks and feels more premium than the cost. The screen, which is just a 1080p LCD, has fooled a lot of people in to believing it was a 2K or 4K screen. The display is quite bright and the color dynamic is brilliant. The finger print scanner is fast and pretty accurate. I’m still learning some of the features it’s built into it. I will admit I haven’t used the phone for gambling much, but many others have discussed all of this fairly in depth. I’ve had people guess that the telephone at near double the true cost.I will say, I was skeptical regarding MIUI. I have been utilizing Nova Launcher on all of my phones for a little while and have come to be very spoiled. But, I am finding myself enjoying MIUI. The customization capacity is practically unlimited and there are a lot of andquot;officialandquot; topics and a lot of andquot;unofficialandquot; topics out there. One thing I was rather impressed with, was within 24 hours of booting up on the telephone, it upgraded to the most recent edition of the Global ROM (220.127.116.11), went from Android 6.0 to 7.0 and today has one of the latest Android Security Patches (July 2017).There are a couple of attributes, I haven’t seen anyone discuss earlier, which I find intriguing. To begin with, there is a feature to andquot;tuneandquot; your audio experience to whatever kind of headset you’re wearing. . .and you can also assign the headphone button functions, in the event that you so choose. Second, the LED notification light comes with customizable colors, at least on the SD variant, which can be handy when I only need to glance at the phone.The only drawbacks I could think of, is there’s not any NFC (which I have never personally used) and the andquot;extrasandquot; (case, screen protector, etc.. .) May be a bit hard and even confusing to find and/or buy.There are apparently 3 different titles, for both different andquot;platformandquot; versions of the phone. There is a Redmi Note 4, which has got the Helio X20 platform; the Redmi Note 4X, that has got the Snapdragon 625 platform; and a Redmi Note 4, which also has the Snapdragon 625 platform.In very general conditions, the Redmi Notice 4X along with the Redmi Note 4 SD version are identical. On peak of the phone, the IR Blaster is at a different position from the Helio X20 version (which is centered) and then at the charging port on the bottom, there are not any screws in the 4X or even the 4SD. As close as I can tell, as far as the extras go, if it is a RN4 with the SD platform afterward things designated for the RN4X will fit it just fine.If there are some changes I will be sure to upgrade the review.