64GB, 3GB RAM Xiaomi Mi4 coming soon!


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Xiaomi have been fast off the mark with the Xiaomi Mi4, with some customers already receiving their phones, however these are a little different from the feature packed 64GB models coming later this month.

Chinese customers and some international resellers are already getting their Xiaomi Mi4 phones, but these first versions are the 16GB memory and 2GB  3GB RAM, the real ‘flagship’ model won’t be launching to mid way through this month and has just received its network license.

Passing through TENAA this morning is the 64GB version of the Xiaomi Mi4 which has 3GB RAM. According to the TENAA listings the phone supports WCDMA and GSM, there is still no mention of 4G LTE that was announced during the phone launch a few weeks ago.

From what we have heard from source who already have the Xiaomi Mi4, the device is beautifully made and “is simply one of the best phones on the market”. We will be reviewing the Mi4 very soon so keep posted for our views of the phone.

The 64GB Xiaomi Mi4 will go on sale in China on the 12th August.

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22 Comments

  1. rajnish kumar
    August 5, 2014

    Eagerly waiting for the review as we all know there has not been any drastic changes made MI4 in comparison to MI3. So it will be interesting to know what improvements have been made in build area and user experience.

  2. Konstantinos Natsios
    August 5, 2014

    hey andy ,about the 2gb ram is this a mistake? i think even the 16gb i read is 3gb ram phone, thats what i read everywhere.had to doublecheck but still everywhere it says the 16gb has 3gb ram.

    • August 5, 2014

      Yes, a mistake each model has 3GB RAM sorry for that

  3. desponent
    August 5, 2014

    For $80 more, BS.

  4. rajnish kumar
    August 5, 2014

    @Gizchina:disqus today MI3 is gone before 2 seconds hell in india

  5. Nikolay Selivaenov
    August 5, 2014

    Supported russian 4g lte?

    • August 5, 2014

      No. Actually, the FDD-LTE version is expected to be announced later in September, this year, and it will be compatible with European LTE. I am also craving for it. The actual model is only TDD-LTE, and will only work in China, as far as I know.

  6. rajnish kumar
    August 5, 2014

    Eagerly waiting for the review as we all know there has not been any drastic changes made MI4 in comparison to MI3. So it will be interesting to know what improvements have been made in build area and user experience.

  7. Konstantinos Natsios
    August 5, 2014

    hey andy ,about the 2gb ram is this a mistake? i think even the 16gb i read is 3gb ram phone, thats what i read everywhere.had to doublecheck but still everywhere it says the 16gb has 3gb ram.

    • Andi Sykes
      August 5, 2014

      Yes, a mistake each model has 3GB RAM sorry for that

  8. Allan
    August 5, 2014

    Hi there, I am wondering if someone can help me in my choice. I am willing to buy a new phone and the MI4 looks really great but it doesn’t have FDD-LTE for Europe. I heard that this version will be available at the end of the year or maybe further (who knows…). Moreover it is not sure that it will support all the European frequencies. The dilemma is the following, should I go for the Xiaomi MI4 64GB WCDMA version or Nubia Z7 Mini (FDD-LTE Dual Sim) or Huawei Honor 6 (Micro SD extension, Dual Sim)? Thanks in advance for your help. Allan

    • jay
      October 24, 2014

      Same dilemma. All in all, I think the Honor 6 has everything…It’s just the Xiaomi is so damned pretty. I really need a new phone now though. So, can’t afford to wait until Dec on the off chance they decide to release a FDD version

  9. desponent
    August 5, 2014

    For $80 more, BS.

  10. rajnish kumar
    August 5, 2014

    @Gizchina:disqus today MI3 is gone before 2 seconds hell in india

  11. Nikolay Selivaenov
    August 5, 2014

    Supported russian 4g lte?

    • Roland Yonaba
      August 5, 2014

      No. Actually, the FDD-LTE version is expected to be announced later in September, this year, and it will be compatible with European LTE. I am also craving for it. The actual model is only TDD-LTE, and will only work in China, as far as I know.

  12. Guest
    August 5, 2014

    Hi there, I am wondering if someone can help me in my choice. I am willing to buy a new phone and the MI4 looks really great but it doesn’t have FDD-LTE for Europe. I heard that this version will be available at the end of the year or maybe further (who knows…). Moreover it is not sure that it will support all the European frequencies. The dilemma is the following, should I go for the Xiaomi MI4 64GB WCDMA version or Nubia Z7 Mini (FDD-LTE Dual Sim) or Huawei Honor 6 (Micro SD extension, Dual Sim)? Thanks in advance for your help. Allan

    • Guest
      October 24, 2014

      Same dilemma. All in all, I think the Honor 6 has everything…It’s just the Xiaomi is so damned pretty. I really need a new phone now though. So, can’t afford to wait until Dec on the off chance they decide to release a FDD version

  13. Jay
    August 6, 2014

    Waiting for the 64GB version 🙂

    Andi, please do a review of the beast.

  14. Guest
    August 6, 2014

    Waiting for the 64GB version 🙂

    Andi, please do a review of the beast.

  15. Agelos
    August 18, 2014

    We need nfc and LTE

  16. Agelos
    August 18, 2014

    We need nfc and LTE