Xiaomi Redmi Note Review
Xiaomi’s Redmi Note isn’t a new flagship phone from the Chinese company. Rather it’s an affordable dual-SIM device powered by MediaTek’s octa-core processor that’s under $160, £95, or AU$170.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G Review: The Other Brother
It really hasn’t been that long since the Xiaomi Redmi Note was launched, and in our review we found it to be a fantastic device for the price. Just like the Chinese giant’s previous launches, the Redmi Note set a new bar for the sort of features and performance one can expect in its market category.
Redmi Note 4G : Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G Specifications
It is one of the worst phone i purchased. The camera quality is ultimately too bad, not equivalent to my 2mp samsung mob.. too. plz dont purchase. i am facing numerous issue.. made a bad decision to buy it.. should ve opted for samsung or motorola.
Xiaomi Redmi Note User Reviews And Ratings
Xiaomi Redmi Note smartphone with 5.50-inch 720×1280 display powered by 1.7GHz processor alongside 2GB RAM and 13-megapixel rear camera.
Xiaomi Redmi Note Review: A Big Screen On A Budget
Well, it looks like Xiaomi has done it again. The Web is on fire thanks to the launch of another highly capable handset with an impossibly low price tag. This time, the Chinese manufacturer has jumped into one of the hottest current market segments: cheap devices with big screens. After having sold multiple lakh units of its Mi 3 and Redmi 1S phones, Xiaomi is cementing its appeal with a claimed 50,000 units of the brand new Redmi Note selling out within seconds in its first flash sale.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G User Reviews And Ratings
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G smartphone with 5.50-inch 720×1280 display powered by 1.6GHz processor alongside 2GB RAM and 13-megapixel rear camera.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Review
Consumers were pleasantly surprised when Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note in early 2014, with the extremely affordable smartphone offering specifications and features beyond what its price point would suggest. A year later, and the affordable smartphone segment has become increasingly competitive. At a price range below $200, where the original Redmi Note was once king, its successor, the Redmi Note 2, may have a harder go of it.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3G Review: Great Value For Money At Rs 8,999, But Android 4.2 OS Is A Letdown – Tech2
Xiaomi has been one of the only Chinese handset makers that has managed to gather a lot of goodwill amongst Indian phone users: first with the Mi 3, followed by the Redmi 1S. We have seen Xiaomi sales lasting mere seconds before devices go out of stock. Now Xiaomi is hoping for an encore with the Redmi Note – a 5.5-inch 3G phablet which is priced under Rs 10,000 and went on sale on 2 December. We have already got an indication of the response with the Redmi Note going out of stock in the first six seconds. Let us see if this will be another feather in Xiaomi’s cap.