Xiaomi Redmi Note Coming to India Soon: 5 Key Features to Remember

Xiaomi, it's safe to say, is a new name in the industry. However, that hasn't stopped the company from gaining enough name in the industry with names such as Redmi 1S and Mi 3. And now there's more good news for Xiaomi fans across the country.

The new Redmi Note is now one of the most anticipated handsets from the company. In fact, Xiaomi's Hugo Barra has revealed that the Redmi Note is close to getting unveiled in India. And that's straight from the horse's mouth.

Xiaomi Redmi Note Coming to India Soon: 5 Key Features to Remember

But while we wait patiently for the Redmi Note, what are its key features that we should be looking out for? Here are the 5 key features of the handset.

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The new Redmi Note will come sporting Mali-450 GPU for better graphics performance. It will offer up to 1.4x better graphics performance than the Mali-400 for rich textures and subtle shading as you explore immersive game environments.

Games, ebooks, and videos, will look vibrant, clear, and bigger than ever. There's the 178° in-plane switching (IPS) technology that delivers stunning colour consistency from almost any angle. This also comes with Glass-film-film (GFF) archecture so that pixels sit closer to the glass, which allows colours to pop off the screen.

Redmi Note offers a 28 millimeter wide-angle lens that lets you capture more with each shot. More scenery, more friends, more of the moments that matter to you. Also, Redmi's ƒ/2.2 aperture and 28mm wide angle lens let you focus in on objects in the foreground of your shot, while softly blurring objects in the background.

Redmi Note's MTK 8-core processor is available at 1.4GHz or 1.7GHz, offering 78% higher processing performance than its predecessor. Also, Cortex-A7 architecture individually allocates tasks to each core, reducing power usage and heat.

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