March 19, 2019
Rs 3,499 (1GB + 8GB)
Rs 3,999 (1GB + 16GB)
140.4 x 70.1 x 8.4 mm
1280 x 720 px
4 x 1.4 GHz Cortex-A53
Up to 256GB
Android 8.1 Oreo
Android GO Edition
1080p @ 30fps
WiFi 802.11 b / g / n
Xiaomi silently unveiled its first Android Go smartphone late January 2019. The new smartphone is called Redmi Go and is targeted towards the budget segment. The company had previously shared the key features of the device via a twitter post. The phone caters to the ultra-budget segment and has a price tag matching the features it provides.
Xiaomi is one of the most recognisable smartphone brands in India. The company has been successful in capturing the Indian audience and have carved a permanent spot due to its aggressive strategies. To boost sales, the Chinese manufacturer is hosting an Independence Day sale in India on Flipkart.com and its official website.
The Xiaomi sale beings at 12 pm (IST) today (7th August) and will continue till 11th August. Furthermore, the company has already updated the online listing of its products with offers during Flipkart’s National Shopping Days sale [...]
Samsung announced the 64 MP camera sensor for smartphones last month. It holds the records the record for the highest resolution mobile camera sensor ever made. While it was being speculated that the first device to sport the sensor would be a Samsung handset, presumably the Galaxy A70s; fresh reports claim otherwise. Popular gadget tipster Ice Universe has claimed on the Chinese social networking website Weibo; that the first smartphone with Samsung’s 64 MP ISOCELL GW1 sensor will belong to Xiaomi’s subsidiary Redmi.About the leak
In the month of March, Xiaomi launched a budget oriented smartphone in India called the Redmi Go. The device is mainly targeted towards users who are switching from feature phones and are getting in the Android ecosystem for the first time. The smartphone was originally launched with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of ROM. Taking demand for higher storage into consideration the company has launched another variant with 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of ROM. The newly launched device costs Rs 300 more than the originally launched variant and is priced at Rs 4,799. Except for the bumped up price, [...]
Earlier this year Xiaomi turned the Redmi lineup of smartphones into an independent brand. The first device that the newly separated company launched was the Redmi Note 7 which received rave reviews. The smartphone was later launched in India but with a notable change. Both the Indian and Chinese variants of the Redmi Note 7 have a dual rear camera setup but with essentially different sensors. The rear camera setup of India specific Redmi Note 7 has 12 MP + 2 MP sensors while the China specific variant has 48 MP + 5 MP sensors.
This disparity in the choice of sensors [...]