Product packaging image for the upcoming Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 leaks, shows specs
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 already has an official teaser to its name and we know that the company wishes to unveil it on the 25th of August. The teaser is in the local Chinese language and if we bring this to English, we get that the device is supposed to feature a premium build of metallic quality. To aid the distribution process, China Mobile which happens to be the largest carrier in the world would be involved in the sales and distribution of these units.
In addition to this teaser which gave us nothing in terms of spec, we have seen another image which has been said to be the product packaging of this device and guess what we got off it? Yes, specifications.
It is supposed to have 5.5 inches of screen and further, a 13MP camera on the back and a front shooter of 5MP. There would be two variants of the device and these would be defined with one having 2GB of RAM paired with 16GB of internal storage and the other using 3GB of RAM on top of 64GB internal storage. This box that we have seen is supposedly for the latter variant we have reported here.
Although it would have a fingerprint scanner that is not listed on the box, we do know that a massive 4100mAh battery would keep the lights on.
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