Xiaomi’s Mi 4 is a mighty fine phone with a powerful processor (in the Snapdragon 801) and other specifications, including 3GB of RAM and an impressive 13 mega-pixel camera.
The phone was Xiaomi‘s flagship up until the company decided to launch the Mi Note, and even then, the device was quite affordable after being launched for 1,999 CNY (US$325) in July last year. If you thought that was too much to pay for a 3GB RAM phone with the Snapdragon 801 SoC, Xiaomi have a solution for you in the works, in the form of the Xiaomi E4.
The E4 just got certified by TENAA, aka the FCC of China. The device comes with 2GB of RAM. In China, the phone will be sold in three network variants, each having support for the China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom networks respectively.
Pricing wise, the Xiaomi E4 should be priced well under the US$300 mark in China, but a confirmation on that is due at the time of writing the article.
How much would you be willing to pay for a Xiaomi Mi 4 with 2GB RAM, aka the Xiaomi E4? Let us know in the comments section below. Meanwhile, also check out our review of the Xiaomi Mi 4.