Xiaomi Redmi 4X as low as €92.10 ? No problem

Xiaomi Redmi 4X as low as €92.10 ? No problem

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Xiaomi Redmi 4X

Xiaomi phones from the Redmi family are without any doubt among the most popular budget and lower midrange devices in the world and they just keep delivering. And especially for the lovers of smaller phones the 5-inch Redmi’s are the perfect solution. Latest one in the long line is the Xiaomi Redmi 4X and today we have it for your with a pretty sweet price tag slapped on it.

Xiaomi Redmi 4X is as mentioned a 5-inch IPS display phone with HD resolution, Snapdragon 435 processor, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, dual SIM support, 13MP rear camera with dual LED flash, 5MP front selfie camera, metal body, 4100 mAh battery, rear fingeprint scanner and MIUI as the OS.

And now let’s get to the good part. On the Lightinthebox website you can currently find the gold version of Xiaomi Redmi 4X for just €92.10 and the black one is not that far ahead with €94.02. For the European customers they are also promising duty free shipping so the price should be final without any added hassle with taxes and fees. Not a bad offer if you ask me…

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  • NextHype

    That’s not a good bargain IMHO…

    Note 4X = SD435 + 5″ 720p + NO B20 => 100€
    Note 4 Global Version = SD625 + 5″ 1080p + B20 => 130€

    …do the math

    • Alex

      What are you talking about? 5″? 720p??? SD435?? These are not the specs for Redmi Note 4… even not for older Note 3 (any version), or the Note 2… so what you want to tell for us with this

      • NextHype

        The device mentioned in this article is Note 4X and its specs are as below, quoted from the article we are commenting atm :

        “Xiaomi Redmi 4X is as mentioned a 5-inch IPS display phone with HD resolution, Snapdragon 435 processor”

        These specs are also listed on the product page on Listinthebox website. So “what I want to tell you” is “beware, it may not be the product you think it is”.