Xiaomi Redmi Note 4, 4100mAh Battery, 13MP/5MP Camera, MicroSD, Fingerprint Sensor, 5.5-inch 3GB RAM, 32GB, MTK Helio X20 Deca-core, 4G Smartphone, Black Pre-Order With Code £138.33 @ Banggood - HotUKDeals
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Xiaomi Redmi Note 4, 4100mAh Battery, 13MP/5MP Camera, MicroSD, Fingerprint Sensor, 5.5-inch 3GB RAM, 32GB, MTK Helio X20 Deca-core, 4G Smartphone, Black Pre-Order With Code £138.33 @ Banggood

£138.33 @ BangGood
Code Note4black takes £24.41 off, Pre-order, 500 units, from HK Warehouse. Available on Pre-Order - Stock due to arrive on February 18 2017. Model Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (3GB+32GB) Style Bar Col… Read More
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Code Note4black takes £24.41 off, Pre-order, 500 units, from HK Warehouse. Available on Pre-Order - Stock due to arrive on February 18 2017.

Model Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (3GB+32GB)
Style Bar
Color Black

Network Band
2G: GSM 900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz
TD-SCDMA B34/B39
4G: FDD-LTE B1/B3/B5/B7/B8
TDD-LTE B38/B39/B40/B41: 2555-2655MHz

Sim Card Dual SIM Card Dual Standby
Card Slot 1 supports Micro-SIM Card
Card Slot 2 Supports Nano-SIM Card/ TF Card (MicroSD)
Shell Material Metal

OS MIUI V8
CPU MTK Helio X20 64 bit Deca-core, max to 2.1GHz
GPU Mali T880 MP4 700MHz
ROM 32GB
RAM 3GB
Card Extend Supports an external TF card up to 128GB (VFAT)

Display Size 5.5 Inch
Type Capacitive Touch Screen, 2.5D, 72% NTSC color gamut, support Sunlight Display, Night Display
Brightness 450nit
Resolution 1080*1920 pixels
PPI 403
Multitouch Yes

Ringtones Type Polyphonic / MP3
Audio format PCM, AAC/AAC+/eAAC+, MP3, AMR-NB/AMR-WB, FLAC, APE, WAV
Video File Format H.265 /HEVC(Main profile), H.264 (Baseline/Main/High profile), MPEG4 (Simple profile/ASP),VC-1(Simple/Main/Advanced profile)
Graphical Format JPEG/PNG/GIF/BMP
Earphone Port 3.5mm

Data transfer USB/Bluetooth
Mobile internet WAP/WiFi

Resolution Dual Cameras:
Front camera 5.0MP
ƒ/2.0
Face Beauty, Face Detection
Back camera 13.0MP
Two-tone flash
Support PDAF
5-element lens
ƒ/2.0 aperture
Support 1080p/720p video recording
720p Slow Motion video recording, 120fps

Language This phone supports multi-language.
(More details please refer to the screenshots)
Message SMS/MMS
Keyboard QWERTY Virtual
Input Handwrite/Keypad
GPS GPS+AGPS+GLONASS+BeiDou
WIFI 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, WIFI Display, WiFi Direct
Bluetooth BT4.2, HID

Light Sensor Support
Gyroscope Support
Proximity sensor Support
Accelerometer Support
IR Infrared Support
Hall Sensor Support
Fingerprint Support

OWIFI, GPS, 4G, 3G, Bluetooth, Games, calendar, calculator, clock, camera, etc
Battery(Built-in) 4100mAh / 4000mAh(typ)
USB connector Micro USB
Dimensions 151*76*8.35mm
Weight 175g

Package Included 1 x Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Smartphone
1 x USB Cable
1 x US Charger

Note: This phone does not include the adapter plug.
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1 Like #1
Unboxing:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaJaRUqlsvw

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Pros and Cons/Bad&Good sides/Features/Impression/Thoughts:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0zWSZuFQ2s

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 vs ZUK Z2 speed test/gaming/camera/comparison(Helio X20 vs SD 820)MIUI vs ZUI:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2RSFEit4b_0

This Youtuber (TechUtopia) has lots of Xiaomi Note 4 (X20) uploads if you want to watch more: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnM3Zz5cc2KkrWu_tnj0C7g/search?query=redmi+note+4

xda threads:https://forum.xda-developers.com/redmi-note-4

Review (3GB, 64GB Version Reviewed):http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/review/android-smartphones/xiaomi-redmi-note-4-review-eye-catching-upgrade-on-redmi-note-3-3647041/
http://i.imgur.com/kRg1c6O.png
http://img.banggood.com/deals/edm/mailad/images/mailad275-b02.jpg
http://img.banggood.com/thumb/water/oaupload/banggood/images/E3/94/9139e1a4-8148-4296-1441-25157a47797f.jpg
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Edited By: louiselouise on Feb 10, 2017 12:27: a
#2
So tempted, been eyeing it for a few days. Shame it doesn't have USB-C.
#3
Brilliant specs for the price, BUT if you are willing to go for a lower tier brand such as ZUK (Lenovo) you can get a Snapdragon 820, 4GB and 64GB storage for the same price (or thereabouts)
#4
Some more blurb if anyone wants it (was wrestling with screen prints) X)
http://img.banggood.com/thumb/water/oaupload/banggood/images/E3/94/575c2c86-4f17-1ccf-c973-4c6e46c2e360.jpg
http://img.banggood.com/thumb/water/oaupload/banggood/images/E3/94/da410f3b-5229-afaa-6ce0-5a8475d70aef.jpg
http://img.banggood.com/images/oaupload/banggood/images/E1/59/78c29da7-14e4-414a-bf94-2a5df469103f.jpg
http://img.banggood.com/images/oaupload/banggood/images/29/B3/37353198-0bba-4d27-9682-2b0be6d96d5d.jpg
#5
http://img.banggood.com/images/oaupload/banggood/images/12/A2/fdf05499-f6f8-4aad-8fae-552545aee322.jpg
http://img.banggood.com/images/oaupload/banggood/images/2B/6D/bc6685c8-ca9c-4915-a986-204400e590f5.jpg
http://img.banggood.com/thumb/water/oaupload/banggood/images/E3/94/f4e4774c-ff2d-b466-7904-acada2cd2262.jpg
http://img.banggood.com/images/oaupload/banggood/images/72/43/50d0d63f-11a8-4100-b51a-adc489f48f6e.jpg

Edited By: louiselouise on Feb 08, 2017 17:25
1 Like #6
Heat just for it being the most comprehensive post for a long time
#7
Shame it's not the snapdragon version.
#8
Thanks, I do it with all my posts (if I have time) :D looks as though the Redmi 4 Pro was cheaper a while back though, so my haste is probably unjustified. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/xiaomi-redmi-4-pro-5-0-gold-115-geekbuying-2600070

Edit: ...Ah, the Redmi 4 Pro is 5", Snapdragon 625 2.0Ghz Octa-Core, Adreno 505, 3GB/32GB.
This one, Xiaomi Redmi Note 4, is 5.5", Helio X20 2.1Ghz Deca-Core, Mali T880, 3GB/32GB.

I get really confused with all the different Xiaomis!

Edited By: louiselouise on Feb 08, 2017 18:17: a
#9
Excellent price, and the X20 is a very nice chip too, MediaTek are getting pretty competitive. Friend has this phone, it's built really well and feels so premium, MIUI is great too :D
1 Like #10
anonimousse
+1 for the post.
MTK + NO 'favourite' HUKD frequency band + mediocre camera = similar Redmi 4 Pro/Prime with SD for less notes albeit smaller screen is better.
The summing-up of the aforementioned PCAdvisor review says similar -
"The Redmi Note 4 isn’t a huge upgrade over the Redmi Note 3 in terms of core hardware, with simply a greater amount of storage and a faster processor, but the design changes are a huge improvement over its predecessor. If you don’t care about looks and can make do with less storage then the cheaper Redmi Note 3 may well meet your needs."

So, depends if you must have the latest and greatest.

Edited By: louiselouise on Feb 08, 2017 18:12
1 Like #11
louiselouise
anonimousse
+1 for the post.
MTK + NO 'favourite' HUKD frequency band + mediocre camera = similar Redmi 4 Pro/Prime with SD for less notes albeit smaller screen is better.
The summing-up of the aforementioned PCAdvisor review says similar -"The Redmi Note 4 isn’t a huge upgrade over the Redmi Note 3 in terms of core hardware, with simply a greater amount of storage and a faster processor, but the design changes are a huge improvement over its predecessor. If you don’t care about looks and can make do with less storage then the cheaper Redmi Note 3 may well meet your needs."
So, depends if you must have the latest and greatest.
the pc advisor review is about the 64gb version not the 32gb version of this post otherwise phone is the same but more importantly they are comparing it to the redmi note 3 helio x10 processor model hence faster processor but the redmi note 3 snapdragon 650 processor model is at least the same or slightly faster here's a link to youtube video comparing the redmi note 4 to the redmi note 3 snapdragon 650 model https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIibCm1dYSk as you can see the snapdragon redmi note 3 is faster than the redmi note 4 helio x20
1 Like #12
Redmi note 3prov 3/32 GB can be bought for £128 from aliexpress and 64 GB version of Redmi Note 4 for roughly £150.
#13
Does this come with the Official Global International ROM, or it is the dodgy developer version China ROM fiddled with by some 3rd party?
1 Like #14
Personally, I'd rather pay more from a trusted seller like HongKong Goldway on Ali Express than take a chance buying a phone from BangGood......
#15
Very tempting, anyone had experience with the MIUI o/s?

Edited By: cargill85 on Feb 08, 2017 20:43
#18
this can run google now launcher right? think im gonna go for it..
3 Likes #19
cargill85
Very tempting, anyone had experience with the MIUI o/s?

Miui 8 is actually really good. Some very useful features to it, and its very usable as a UI. The pull down notification / settings / buttons toggle is particularly good. Alot of support and regular updates to Miui as well from Xiaomi with loads of pre-release developer versions and a big user/support community. This is a company that's 'on the ball' in terms of their UI development.

Edited By: Picard123 on Feb 08, 2017 22:08
#20
Looks like they're doing a limited edition run of different colours in the 4X.....

http://www.themobileindian.com/public/uploads/editor/2017-02-08/Redmi-note-4x1.jpg
2 Likes #21
cargill85
Very tempting, anyone had experience with the MIUI o/s?

Yep, love it, and the Mi Max is a lot of phone for £135 delivered as well. Previous phones being Samsung, LG, Elephone and honor 6, can't see me going back to any of those.
1 Like #22
cargill85
Very tempting, anyone had experience with the MIUI o/s?
Three xiaomi phones here, all liked by us, mi max 652 and two rn3(650). Used Samsung for years though won't be going there again.

Edited By: damadgeruk on Feb 08, 2017 22:23
#23
On my 2nd xiaomi. Dropped the first one which was a note 3 pro. Insurance paid out enough to buy my mi max which has been faultless so far. Miui is great once you get used to it. You can install other launchers though if you want. Nova being one.
#24
built in trojans
#25
Snoopdowg
built in trojans


if you install the official global ROM and stick a malware checker on it you're fine.

no worse than any other phone I'd say.

the risk is if you don't do a clean install.
#26
Snoopdowg
built in trojans

Not if it's an official ROM from a reputable seller. Look for the four digits in the Miui version ie 8.x.x.x
#27
Infiltrator
cargill85
Very tempting, anyone had experience with the MIUI o/s?
Yep, love it, and the Mi Max is a lot of phone for £135 delivered as well. Previous phones being Samsung, LG, Elephone and honor 6, can't see me going back to any of those.
hi can you post link to mi max for 135.00 please
#28
Snoopdowg
built in trojans
not if offical xiaomi rom is installed only get trojans in third party custom roms

Edited By: BUCKUM2 on Feb 09, 2017 08:16
1 Like #29
BUCKUM2
Infiltrator
cargill85
Very tempting, anyone had experience with the MIUI o/s?
Yep, love it, and the Mi Max is a lot of phone for £135 delivered as well. Previous phones being Samsung, LG, Elephone and honor 6, can't see me going back to any of those.
hi can you post link to mi max for 135.00 please

AliExpress, 32gb model, $185, create new account to get $10 discount, change destination to US, remove UK warranty charge, select free delivery, wait 20 days for phone to turn up.
#30
JimBobJr
Brilliant specs for the price, BUT if you are willing to go for a lower tier brand such as ZUK (Lenovo) you can get a Snapdragon 820, 4GB and 64GB storage for the same price (or thereabouts)


Such as?
1 Like #31
Shame no Band 20 LTE support, not even the Snapdragon version has either, which means Vodafone users are sort of limited to the excellent Xiaomi RedMi Note 3 Special Edition.
2 Likes #32
jimborae
Shame no Band 20 LTE support, not even the Snapdragon version has either, which means Vodafone users are sort of limited to the excellent Xiaomi RedMi Note 3 Special Edition.

Yes, which can be had for 128 quid from Aliexpress. Have to say, after experiencing very poor GPS performance from a MTK chip (not the one in this though) in an Elephone P6000, I would go snapdragon every day of the week.
#33
bellboys
jimborae
Shame no Band 20 LTE support, not even the Snapdragon version has either, which means Vodafone users are sort of limited to the excellent Xiaomi RedMi Note 3 Special Edition.
Yes, which can be had for 128 quid from Aliexpress. Have to say, after experiencing very poor GPS performance from a MTK chip (not the one in this though) in an Elephone P6000, I would go snapdragon every day of the week.


Yep completely agree wont touch another MTK SoC based phone until GPS issues are verified as fixed. Had the same issues with a Umi Super, which means Pokeman Go is completely unplayable so my kids get very upset.

No issues with the Xiaomi RedMi Note 3 SE, brilliant device for the money.
1 Like #34
Good deal, but also thanks loads for the post with the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 vs ZUK Z2 comparison. I have the ZUK Z2 due for delivery this week and it looks like it is the better performer :).
#35
Picard123
cargill85
Very tempting, anyone had experience with the MIUI o/s?

Miui 8 is actually really good. Some very useful features to it, and its very usable as a UI. The pull down notification / settings / buttons toggle is particularly good. Alot of support and regular updates to Miui as well from Xiaomi with loads of pre-release developer versions and a big user/support community. This is a company that's 'on the ball' in terms of their UI development.


+1 on this. I am on my first. Xiaomi (redmi note 3 se) and though I have Nova premium I stick with Miui as it works and is clean. The downside is you cannot auto sort your apps which gets very frustrating. However in the last 5 months of ownership. Miui has been upgraded several times and so agree with Picard.
#36
bellboys
jimborae
Shame no Band 20 LTE support, not even the Snapdragon version has either, which means Vodafone users are sort of limited to the excellent Xiaomi RedMi Note 3 Special Edition.

Yes, which can be had for 128 quid from Aliexpress. Have to say, after experiencing very poor GPS performance from a MTK chip (not the one in this though) in an Elephone P6000, I would go snapdragon every day of the week.


As I have the redmi note 3 se on Vodafone thought I would just mention 4g performance has been as good with this phone as with my previous big brand ones. Don't know why I am watching these threads to be honest as very happy so far!
#37
Right really like the look of these but can anyone advise me on which one to get? Think I'm right in understanding there's 2 versions of this what sort of price will I be looking at & who's the most reliable site also would this work on 4g on the 3 network?
#38
jimborae
bellboys
jimborae
Shame no Band 20 LTE support, not even the Snapdragon version has either, which means Vodafone users are sort of limited to the excellent Xiaomi RedMi Note 3 Special Edition.
Yes, which can be had for 128 quid from Aliexpress. Have to say, after experiencing very poor GPS performance from a MTK chip (not the one in this though) in an Elephone P6000, I would go snapdragon every day of the week.
Yep completely agree wont touch another MTK SoC based phone until GPS issues are verified as fixed. Had the same issues with a Umi Super, which means Pokeman Go is completely unplayable so my kids get very upset.
No issues with the Xiaomi RedMi Note 3 SE, brilliant device for the money.

I now have an 18 month old K3 Note with the MTK chip and, with the latest MM ROM it locks on within 10-20 seconds from cold. Also now picks up all the Glonass signals as well (still not as good as my wife's Vibe Shot which is Snapdragon, though).
#39
jimborae
bellboys
jimborae
Shame no Band 20 LTE support, not even the Snapdragon version has either, which means Vodafone users are sort of limited to the excellent Xiaomi RedMi Note 3 Special Edition.
Yes, which can be had for 128 quid from Aliexpress. Have to say, after experiencing very poor GPS performance from a MTK chip (not the one in this though) in an Elephone P6000, I would go snapdragon every day of the week.
Yep completely agree wont touch another MTK SoC based phone until GPS issues are verified as fixed. Had the same issues with a Umi Super, which means Pokeman Go is completely unplayable so my kids get very upset.
No issues with the Xiaomi RedMi Note 3 SE, brilliant device for the money.
+1 for the Redmi Note 3 Pro special edition, I would go for that as it has a Snapdragon cpu and band 20. Quite straightforward to install Cyanogenmod 13 without having to unlock the bootloader.
1 Like #40
More funny life to you with built in camera

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