China has been in the mobile market for several years and everyone is well aware of the company Xiaomi which has a huge name in the mobile market, well this April 30, 2015 this company is launching its new product which looks exactly like iPhone 5c, it is “Mi 4i”. It has got all what iPhone 5c has especially in looks and it is the first to run android lollipop out-of-the-box. The product initially costs around $200. It is customized for India where it will debut; the news broke like it would go on sale in the coming weeks in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Taiwan and Singapore. At the moment it is difficult to say when it would launch in western countries but will be available in other Xiaomi markets too soon after its official launch on the same date. Now we are really forced to believe that Xiaomi’s products are hardly of their own design mostly they are the copies of different models of iPhone.
While we are talking of the design and colors which it comes in which are surely acquainted to apple’s iPhone it has not got the same inside of what apple has in it. Under the hood, the Xiaomi Mi 4i is powered by a second generation Snapdragon 615 from Qualcomm, which includes an eight-core 64-bit processor.16 GB on board memory, 2GB RAM and the 5 inches mega display with 1080p. It weighs 130 grams with a thickness of 7.8mm. The most impressive feature that it has got is the 4G technology enabled in both its slots for two SIMs. The quick charge feature offers a charge of 40% battery in one hour where as 100% battery in three hours of 3120 mAh battery.
Talking about the camera well the cell phone comes with the impressively high featuring camera of 13 megapixels rare composed of a five element lens and the anti-aging technology which they named beautify, the front camera clock in at 5 megapixels. Xiaomi has got another exciting feature while concerned with the camera of its new phone. It’s called ‘Sunlight Display’ which upsurges the brightness of images on the display during severe sunlight and to put more into HDR feature, it includes gamma and contrast tuning, color correction, and low-light de-noising, it seems to help users take photos like the pros.
The occasion, which was airing via a live stream that faltered at times, incorporated a rare English-speaking cameo from Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun, who told delighted attendees that they would all go home with a Mi Band, its wearable going on sale in India very soon.