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Saturday, 4 November 2017

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A Glide in India, How Much Does It Cost?

In August Xiaomi has released a new entry-level smartphone called Redmi Note 5A. With the "A" frill behind it, of course we can guess that this smartphone will come with an entry-level specification. Sure enough, the specification of this smartphone is similar to Redmi 4A which slid last year. Note however that this is a Redmi Note 5A basic variant. Xiaomi's leaked Redmi 5 Plus Rendering Appears Again, Confirm Bezel-Less Design


In the India market Xiaomi sell this smartphone at Rp1.499.000 price or equal to the price of Redmi 4A smartphone official warranty. But because Redmi Note 5A slid this year, of course there are some differences between Redmi Note 5A with Redmi 4A which was launched last year. Xiaomi Launches a Smart Massage Chair That Can Massage from Neck to Feet

The main differences are directly visible on the size, where Redmi Note 5A comes with a 5.5-inch-wide screen with HD resolution of 720 × 1280 pixels, while Redmi 4A has a 5-inch HD screen. In addition, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A screen is already coated with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. But the battery on Redmi Note 5A smaller 40mAh from Redmi 4A to 3080mAh. The dual SIM and microSD slot on Redmi Note 5A has been created separately, unlike Redmi 4A which is still hybrid. Render Nokia 9 Edge Concept Show Amazing Design Full-Screen

 Well, for kitchen pacunya both smartphones still share the same specifications. Redmi Note 5A rely on Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 chipset which has quad-core processor 1.4 GHz Cortex-A53 and GPU Adreno 308. This smartphone also still relies on 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage that can still be expanded using microSD.

For the camera there are some improvements, Redmi Note 5A still rely on the main camera 13MP resolution but is equipped with features PDAF and LED flash. While for the front camera 5MP resolution and has a beautify feature. The difference is from Redmi 4A, the front camera of this smartphone is already using f / 2.0 aperture that is able to collect more light.

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