Xiaomi launches LTE version of Redmi Note
In a bid to strengthen it’s new-found control in China, Xiaomi has brought in an LTE-enabled version of it’s hot-selling Redmi Note smartphone.
The 4G Redmi Note is powered by 2GB of RAM and a 1.6GHz Snapdragon 400 CPU which brought about the TDD-LTE frequencies present on the new smartphone. It further packs 8GB so storage and the SD card slot can be used to add an extra 64GB of storage.
Xiaomi has set the price tag at 999 Chinese yuan (about 162 US dollars), and these TDD-LTE bands mean that the new Redmi Note is confined to China, bar global LTE frequencies added sometime in the future.
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