- It will be available in one variant, 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage
- Buyers can also opt for Mi accessories and Amazon will give 100 % cashback to 50 lucky winners
- Buyers will have just 15 minutes to complete the transaction process through the official website or Amazon
Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, is set to introduce its most reasonable Redmi phone yet, the Redmi 4A. Priced at Rs 5,999, the phone would be available for pre-order through Amazon. To keep costs, in check, the phone will be available in one variant only with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage. The storage can be expanded via the dual-SIM hybrid tray up to 128GB.
Potential buyers could also opt for official accessories including the Mi case cover, priced at Rs 349 and Mi headphones that cost Rs 599. The headphones are not a part of the out-of-the-box accessory kit in which you get a charger and a data cable, along with the phone of course. To place the order, buyers would have to complete the transaction within 15 minutes of the phone reaching their shopping cart. Delaying it would lead to the Redmi 4A being automatically removed from the cart. Better than the flash sale though.
The product will be available for pre-order from noon today and deliveries are claimed to happen in the coming five working days.
Specifications and Features of the Redmi 4A
The Xiaomi Redmi 4A is packed with Qualcomm’s 64-but Snapdragon 425 chipset processor mated to the Adreno 308 GPU. The 5-inch HD IPS display has Read Mode which reduces fatigue by reducing blue light rays from the screen. Colour temperature can also be adjusted based on your preference between warm, cool and standard.
The rear camera, although a single lens, is a 13MP camera which is good for the price tag. With the MIUI 8 operating system, it is able to detect if the shot taken is panoramic or a screenshot.
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Speaking of MIUI 8, it is the earlier iteration of the MIUI 9 operating system which has been introduced in the Redmi Note 5A. Ideally, this latest iteration of the MIUI should make it to other Redmi phones including the 4A. The company has sold over five billion units within the launch of their Redmi range in just six months. With the introduction of the Redmi 4A, the company is bound to progress more in terms of sales.