Xiaomi a.k.a. Mi in India is all set to release its next smartphone in India, and we expect it to be none another than Redmi Note 4. The Chinese OEM is looking for “Mi Explorers” to prepare for the launch. Xiaomi India Twitter handle has called out the fans to participate in the Mi Explorers campaign and provide valuable feedback on the next product.

Mi Explorers

As for the date is concerned, Xiaomi is expected to introduce the Redmi Note 4 in January 2017 in India.

You can visit the Mi Explorers page, and find out all the tasks required to be done in order to participate. The last date to apply for the Mi Explorers challenge is December 30, with winners having a chance to get their hands on new Xiaomi offering.

First, one needs to login into his/her Xiaomi account, followed by a five-minute questionnaire. The questions range from identifying Mi products to the terms and conditions of the Mi Explorers challenge. After that, Mi India will contact you if you happen to be among the winners. Since the product launch is preceded by user feedback, contest participants shall receive the new Xiaomi device beforehand.

A similar program was launched before the Redmi Note 3 release in India. And that one turned out to be the best offering from Xiaomi in India. The Note 3 was priced very aggressively, so it will be interesting to see how Xiaomi goes about this time.

As far as the specifications are concerned, Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 houses a 5.5-Inch Full HD display with 2.5D curved glass. The Chinese variant rocks a MediaTek Helio X20 chipset, but the Indian consumers will be treated with Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor. It will come in two variants of 2GB of RAM + 16GB onboard storage and 3GB of RAM + 64GB of onboard storage. There might be a third variant too of 4GB RAM, but that hasn’t been confirmed.

Anyways, with Xiaomi starting the Mi Explorers campaign it won’t be long before we get the actual thing in our hand, so stay tuned.


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