5" XIAOMI MI4C (32GB) 4G Smartphone Sim Free  £181.41 @ gearbest
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5" XIAOMI MI4C (32GB) 4G Smartphone Sim Free £181.41 @ gearbest

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Found 14th Oct 2015
I personally think this is a great deal as XIAOMI are a company growing rapidly and have proved that they release quality phones due to their success. This phone has the same specs as the new Nexus 5X but with an extra 1GB of RAM and a hell of a lot cheaper.

XIAOMI Mi4C 5.0 inch Android 5.1 4G Smartphone Snapdragon 808 64bit Hexa Core 1.8GHz 3GB RAM 32GB ROM 13.0MP + 5.0MP Dual Cameras
Display: 5.0 inch, 1920x1080 Pixel
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 64bit Hexa Core 1.8GHz
GPU: Adreno 418
System: Android 5.1
RAM + ROM: 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM
Camera: 5.0MP with 85 degree wide-angle, f/2.0 aperture front camera + 13.0MP 5 element lens, f/2.0 aperture back camera
Sensor: Light sensor, G-sensor, Proximity sensor, Hall Sensor
Feature: Gyroscope, Electronic Compass
Bluetooth: 4.1
GPS: Yes
SIM Card: Dual SIM dual standby, Dual Micro SIM
Network:
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz
4G: FDD-LTE 1800/2100/2600MHz

11 Comments

More power in Mi4i skin
Infra-red remote is a great addition would have like to have it on my Xiaomi.
I would recommend to buy a bumper case as shell is not hard plastic and drops on hard floor will leave horrible marks.
And second sim will only work on 2G so forget about putting spare "3" or other 3G only network

sounds great but no 800MHz support so no good for me

No 02 4g bands. Look up your network compatibility here first. www willmyphonework.net

A lot of phone for the money but limited 4G support. Surprised no one's figured out how unlock all bands on Android phones, I mean all the radios are there it's the software that's limiting it.

still no until the malware/spyware gets removed. Its in practically every Chinese brand phone and its still happening. You shouldn't have to root before use! yep i know there all spying/tracking us but either do a better job of it or don't. I would genuinely like to take the plunge on a lenovo or a xiaomi but im all out of tin foil.

does it have NFC on this phone?

Yawn.
What malware / spyware?

otterboxer

still no until the malware/spyware gets removed. Its in practically every … still no until the malware/spyware gets removed. Its in practically every Chinese brand phone and its still happening. You shouldn't have to root before use! yep i know there all spying/tracking us but either do a better job of it or don't. I would genuinely like to take the plunge on a lenovo or a xiaomi but im all out of tin foil.



otterboxer

still no until the malware/spyware gets removed. Its in practically every … still no until the malware/spyware gets removed. Its in practically every Chinese brand phone and its still happening. You shouldn't have to root before use! yep i know there all spying/tracking us but either do a better job of it or don't. I would genuinely like to take the plunge on a lenovo or a xiaomi but im all out of tin foil.


noiren

A lot of phone for the money but limited 4G support. Surprised no one's … A lot of phone for the money but limited 4G support. Surprised no one's figured out how unlock all bands on Android phones, I mean all the radios are there it's the software that's limiting it.


For the brave:
forum.xda-developers.com/cro…269

Guide explains the process for Sony devices, but this method should work with the majority of Qualcomm devices available on the market–assuming the radio hardware is physically up to the task

I have mi4i variant and it is a great phone..would highly recommend on EE network but not on o2 or Vodafone if you want 4g

Some Gearbest phones come with malware pre-installed. I speak from experience. I knew that was possible when I bought the phone so blew away the Adware riddled ROM with a known good one from the Xiaomi website.

Be careful out there kids !

doctor_vadgers

For the brave: … For the brave: http://forum.xda-developers.com/crossdevice-dev/sony/thread-progress-please-leave-im-updating-t2871269Guide explains the process for Sony devices, but this method should work with the majority of Qualcomm devices available on the market–assuming the radio hardware is physically up to the task



All right who's gonna try it then :P
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