Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G Review: MIUI 6 Makes It Even Better

By on Email @exolete

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G spearheaded the 4G race in India. It was one of the first 4G LTE smartphones launched in India. It takes the same build and design from the Redmi Note 3G but replaces the MediaTek chipset with a Snapdragon 400 and ditches the second-SIM card slot. If you are in the market for a phablet with a good display, cameras and performance, the Redmi Note 4G should sit at the top of that list. The Redmi Note 4G is slightly bulky, but has a removable 3100 mAh battery, a micro-SD card slot for storage expansion and after the MIUI 6 update it works even better. There are several neat UI tweaks including one-handed UI mode which make using the phone a lot easier. There are a lot of features in the Redmi Note 4G, for which you can watch our detailed review above. If you want answers to any questions about the device, just mention them in the comments section.


The Redmi Note 4G offers good value for money, sturdy build, good cameras and an overall good smartphone experience after its MIUI 6 update.


  • Good Display, Build Quality
  • Good Performance, Gaming
  • Good Battery-life
  • Good Cameras
  • MIUI 6 Customization


  • Bulky
  • Apps Not Movable
  • Single-SIM

Score Breakdown

  • Build and Design
  • Display
  • Network Reception & Call Quality
  • Camera(s)
  • Music & Video Playback
  • Gaming
  • Performance
  • Battery-life
  • Software
  • Total Score
    8.4 10.0
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G Specs and Photos
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