Redmi Note 4 Singapore – Exceeding Expectations
When the Redmi Note 3 was introduced by Xiaomi, it received rave reviews and was a key contributor to Xiaomi’s USD1 billion revenue generation in India. Following in its footsteps, the Redmi Note 4 undoubtedly has big shoes to fill in order to replicate the success of its predecessor. Yet, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 did not disappoint and has exceeded expectations of many, setting a new benchmark for budget smartphones with its line of upgraded features.
Expensive Looks at Budget Range
Despite its budget pricing in the market, there is nothing cheap when it comes to Redmi’s Note 4 design. Spotting a unibody chassis with a 2.5D glass with round edges, the smartphone gives off a premium vibe that can match the big boys in the premium range. The 5.5-inch display with stellar 1920 x 1080 resolution offers crisp and crystal clear colour and text visibility. There are also no issues with legibility even when the phone is under direct sunlight. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 also comes with the usual Xiaomi additions such as the Reading Mode, a blue light filter that makes reading easier at night.
Superb Camera that Produces Stunning Picture Quality
Another feature that makes this smartphone an instant favourite is the rear camera. Xiaomi boosted the photo-taking capabilities of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 by equipping a 13MP camera with a five-piece wide-angle lens with f/2.0 aperture. Moreover, the camera is supported with a versatile camera app that provides a host of settings to choose from, such as manual, scenic, panorama, et cetera. The camera captures photos fairly quickly and the inclusion of wide-angle lens means that more people could fit into the photo with ease. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 also does a commendable job capturing photos in dim conditions, with the details of the subject still being clearly visible.
Incredible Battery Life for Longer Performance
Sporting a 4100mAh battery (which is quite uncommon among its budget counterparts), the Redmi Note 4 boasts a wealthy amount of battery life. Even when used to perform heavy duty tasks, the battery easily lasts through the day on a single charge. When used moderately – few hours of gaming, watching videos, and web browsing, the battery can last up to two days before showing signs that it needs to be recharged. The Redmi Note 4 also comes with fast-charging capabilities, meaning that it can be recharged to full capacity within two hours.