The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 is the largest exponent of the current midrange in Xiaomi’s catalog due to its trimmed price and truly balanced features. Today it is one of the best sellers and a few hours ago the company has decided to make a very interesting cut in its official selling price. This terminal managed to sell 1 million units in the first 45 days after its launch and today this figure already reaches 5 million units in India, undoubtedly an abysmal number of terminals which seems to continue to increase thanks to this sharp decline.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 now cheaper in India
As you’ve read before, Xiaomi has decided to mark a fixed selling price for this smartphone. It shouldn’t go down any further, but to tell you the truth, you can’t expect a lower price for a mobile like this. The Chinese company is doing things very well in its Indian market, they know how to make very smart moves and still be profitable in turn.
This terminal comes with a Snapdragon 625 processor, a 13-megapixel camera that works fine and a huge 4100 mAh battery that ensures at least two days of use. All this can be purchased in India for a price of nothing more and no less than 130 euros to change for its version of 3GB+32GB, its top version remains at about 150 euros to change. Regardless of this price drop, we think it is one of the best options if we want to buy a mobile phone of this range. It faces all the existing competition with really low prices and from here we recommend you to take a look at it.
Movement applicable to Spain?
As you may already know, Xiaomi has arrived in Spain in the last few days and with it several of its most popular terminals, such as the Mi A1 or the Mi Note 3, and the Redmi Note 4 is in the catalogue of our market. This may mean that in the not too distant future the model in question will lower its price as in India.
In India some mobile phones have arrived that we don’t have yet, so it’s only a matter of time before other models arrive in Spain officially and ready to be bought… What do you think about this?