Xiaomi recently launched the new Xiaomi Mi 4c as an upgrade to the Xiaomi Mi 4i. Since then, the phone has been in the limelight and has received a lot of accolades for its specs and performance.
For those who don’t know, the Xiaomi Mi 4c gets a 5-inch 1080p screen, Snapdragon 808 six-core processor, 2GB/3GB memory along with 16GB/32GB internal storage. The Mi 4c gets an excellent 13MP rear camera and a nice wide-angle 5MP front snapper. The device runs Android 5.1 with MIUI7 on top it and supports dual SIM dual standby. It will go on sale on 23rd September in different color schemes are prices start at 1,299 Yuan, which is around US$203.
As of now, a new drop test video of the Xiaomi Mi 4c has been released on the internet by some Singapore users. The phone has been dropped from a height of 1m and 1.5m and it took the fall easily. But in the final test, the screen was facing upside down and it couldn’t take the fall, ending up broken. Please note that Mi 4c gets a plastic shell like the Mi 4i and not a metal body. So how did it actually fare in the drop test? Watch this video to find out.