Xiaomi’s latest flagship Mi4 just went on sale sporting 64GB internal storage in China. Actually, the handset was made available with 16GB only until now.
Although the 64GB Mi4 variant is non-expandable one and not going to support expandable memory microSD card slots for expansion of storage space.
The Xiaomi Mi4 doesn’t even offer the 4G LTE connectivity though, like the 16GB model and with the Indian release later this year. Xiaomi launched Mi3 with 16GB built-in storage capacity.
Specifications are no doubt an upgraded version from the predecessor Mi3, as it is powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor clocked at 2.5GHz CPU alongside 3GB of RAM. Available in tow storage variant 16GB and 64GB (eMMC 5.0).
Features the same 5-inch full-HD display (1080×1920 pixels) found on the Mi 3; although this time used a JDI OGS full lamination display. Sports with a 13-megapixel rear-facing and 8MP front-facing camera with both posing with Sony’s stacked CMOS sensor.
The smartphone is backed by a 3080mAh Li-ion battery and Xiaomi Mi4 also comes with a rapid charging feature, which will charge the handset to 60 percent in just one hour. With a stainless steel metal frame which passes through “40 processes and 193 steps”. The company also announced its next MIUI version, MIUI 6, will launch on August 16 and is expected to be running on the Mi4.
If you reside in China, you can now grab one of the 64GB variant of Xiaomi Mi4. Priced at CNY 1990 (roughly Rs. 19,400 for 16GB), while the 64GB Mi4 priced at CNY 2499 (approx Rs. 24,200), followed by versions for other Chinese carriers.