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Both Xiaomi Mi4c Models Prices Leaked; Less Affordable Than Redmi Note 2

Omar Sohail
Posted Sep 6, 2015
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Before the announcement of Mi5, Xiaomi Mi4c is going to be available to purchase. However, there is not going to be one model that will be sold, but two of them. Both models of Xiaomi Mi4c are going to sport different RAM and storage values, and in order to make your purchasing decision a little simpler, we were also able to come across the leaked prices of both models.

Both Models Of Xiaomi Mi4c Are Going To Be Much More Expensive As Compared To The Company’s Redmi Note 2

The latest pricing leak of Xiaomi Mi4c shows that both smartphones are going to be far cheaper than LG G4. However, if consumers will still find the following pricing details a bit too steep for their wallet, then they can also go and purchase the next best thing; Xiaomi Redmi Note 2.

One model of Xiaomi Mi4c is going to carry a price of 1,299 Yuan, which translates in to $204 USD. The better performing one will carry a price of 1,499 Yuan, which is equal to $236 USD. Keep in mind that the better performing model is going to feature 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, while the cheaper one is going to sport 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory. The remainder of the hardware configurations are going to remain the same, which includes a Type-C USB port, and a large 3,080mAh battery.

Previously, we have reported that Xiaomi was only going to release limited units its upcoming handset, which is all set to be announced on September 24. This is most likely because the company does not want the sales of its Redmi Note 2 to suffer, which has garnered quite a significant portion of the company’s revenue making mobile machines.

Additionally, the company will also need the extra monetary resources to inject in to the company’s custom cores, which are all said to appear in 2016. Furthermore, seeing as how there is only going to be a small performance difference between Redmi Note 2 and Xiaomi Mi4c (thanks to Snapdragon 808 being much more expensive as compared to Helio X10), the rising Chinese smartphone does not want to risk heavy losses at any cost.

This is all the information that we have at this current time. We will be able to do a comprehensive comparison between Xiaomi Mi4c and Redmi Note 2 when the former has officially landed in to markets, but so far, do you think that the device is a worthy purchase? Let us know your thoughts.

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