Xiaomi Expected To Unveil Mi 4c On September 24th, 2015

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Xiaomi Expected To Unveil Mi 4c On September 24th, 2015

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Xiaomi is a rising star, as they capture smartphone users with their affordable prices and high-end specs. New reports on Xiaomi’s Weibo page apparently suggests that it will be releasing a new handset under the Mi 4 line up, called the Mi 4c. This smartphone is expected to be revealed on the 24th of September 2015 and will launch on the 3rd of October 2015.


Xiamo has further announced that they will be producing 1 million devices for the first go. They will be releasing two variants – 16GB with 2GB RAM and 32GB with 3GB RAM. If rumours and leaks are to be believed, then their new devices might sport the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset.

The 16GB version of the Mi 4c is rumoured to be priced at approximately Rs.15,300 while the 32GB version could be priced at around Rs.20,000. Apart from this, the company has not officially released anything about its new flagship phones, however, speculated opinions suggest that it might launch its next flagship around the first quarter of 2016.

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  • Satya Prakash

    redi note 2 launch ???????

  • Irshad Ali Khan

    The best BRAND.I wish HIM ALL SUCCESS.

  • David Suhas

    I’m Wating for the review on igyaan

  • Mohan Singh

    China ka Apple

  • raghaf2007

    its not Snapdragon 820…. it ll be 808 (according to leaks) …….  820 will not be available until early 2016

  • Prashanth Raj

    Nithish Sridhar

  • Piyush Parth

    I wanted to ask…u that does Mi will launch Mi note 2 in India. If yes , then after how many days and what will be its price. OR It is going to lauch another phone (Except – Mi 4c)

  • Mohim Pegu

    name does not matters .. its the performence and look which matter

  • Mukesh Virmani

    I think apple follows mi

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  • Prithwiraj Gain

    Prantick Biswas

  • Amit Shewani

    Why just why do they want to follow what Apple does? 4C? 5C?