Ever since Xiaomi launched its Mi3 in India, Xiaomi has been determined to kill leading multinational brands.
The wild popularity of Xiaomi, especially, in China and India, eventually helped the brand to further spread its wings in the right direction. But while the well-established brands are still battling for supremacy, Xiaomi is getting ready to launch a new handset in India.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note launch date is now confirmed for November 24 thanks to a new press invite that invites the media to witness the launch of the Redmi Note. The invite, which teases a Redmi Note release, will take place just two days ahead before Microsoft is expected to launch the Lumia 535 in India.
A media invite sent to GizBot confirms an event event for November 24. An image that accompanies the invitation confirms that it will be a Xiaomi Redmi Note launch event The Redmi Note India release date rumored pegged for December and this invite confirms those whispers.
That being said, the mid-end handset in question has garnered positive reviews globally. Anyone who is interested in getting the device without paying the heavy price, should keep a tab on the release date of the Redmi Note. The device would go on sale soon via Flipkart, and might be priced even lower than Rs. 9,999.
Below are the top 5 reasons why we genuinely adore Xiaomi's Redmi Note.
The phone features a 5.5-inch display. At 1280 x 720 worth of resolution, the screen makes the device best suited for hard core gaming. The firm is touting the screen to be a major advantage.
The Redmi Note is powered by a 1.7GHz Mediatek's MT6592 octa-core processor paired with 2GB of RAM. Performance of the handset should be at par with high-end handsets available at much higher prices. On top of it, the massive capacity of the battery has turned our heads, as the 3,100mAh battery will last a full day.
The Redmi Note is cheap. At Rs. 9,999, it is hard to get a practical handset from established manufacturers. While the launch price is yet to be announced, we're expecting it be even lower than Rs. 9,999.
The Redmi Note houses an 13MP camera on the rear, which comes with LED flash. The camera captures 1080p HD videos. The rear camera is a 5MP affair, and is capable of shooting 720p videos.
One of the main highlights of the Redmi Note is none other than its user interface (UI). The Redmi Note runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with the MIUI v5 skin on top. The native UI is pleasing, and offers hundreds of exclusive features.