Snapdragon-powered Redmi Note 4 could launch in China

Thanks to licensing issues with Ericsson, Xiaomi had to prepare a Snapdragon-powered variant of their newest Redmi series phone, the Redmi Note 4 for the Indian market. There’s naturally a lot of interest around the device from Xiaomi buyers worldwide, but the Snapdragon-powered Redmi Note 4 is a bit hard to get hold of outside India.

That might change very soon, since word is that Xiaomi is planning to announce a Snapdragon version of the Redmi Note 4 in China. Before the Redmi Note 3 launch in India, Xiaomi announced a Snapdragon version of the phone — unofficially, and then officially, called the Redmi Note 3 Pro — in China.

There’s a few differences between the China version of the Redmi Note 4 and the Indian Snapdragon variant of the phone. For one, the phone features a cheaper design process and is slimmer as well.

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Xiaomi could very well announce the same phone in China, along with a couple new RAM variants. Like in India, the phone could be made available in 2GB and 4GB RAM variants, besides the ‘standard’ 3GB RAM version in China.

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