Xiaomi is well known for its affordable mid-range devices and packing maximum features like the big screen, minimum bezels etc. The Chinese company love to push the boundaries of the common practice in any price segment and Redmi Note is one such series that amalgamates affordability with excellent features.
The company after the launch of Redmi 5 and Redmi 5 Plus in December is gearing up to launch Redmi Note 5 to its global audience. Rumor has it that just like its predecessor, Redmi Note 5 will also have two variants; one with 3GB and other with 4GB of RAM.
According to the report by MyDrivers, the 3GB variant will have 32GB of internal storage and Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 chipset whereas the 4GB variant will feature a 64GB of internal storage and Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chipset. The difference between the two devices would be minimum but the latter one will obviously be a bit powerful than the other.
Redmi Note 5 will also reportedly boast a big 6-inch screen with 18:9 aspect ratio and 2880×1440 resolution display. For the first time ever, Redmi Note device will also feature a dual camera setup with 16MP and 5MP rear camera.
The front will, however, feature an 8MP snapper for taking selfies. Reports suggest that the two variants will be priced at 1,499 Yuan ($237) and 1,799 Yuan ($284). In Pakistan, this price may change thanks to currency conversion but it will be still affordable given the price of Redmi Note 4 devices, where the 4GB version is available for Rs. 25,900 and 3GB is priced at Rs. 21,499.
Disclaimer: The above mentioned price reflects the retail cost of the device at the time of its launch. It does not represent any price changes made by the company over time.