A few days after the launch of Redmi Notes 3 and I Pad 2, Xiaomi adds a new terminal to its list: Redmi Notes Prime is not as powerful as a Redmi Notes 3 or an older Redmi Notes 2, but has a slightly higher processor and more Redmi storage capacity than the original notes. But there is a fundamental difference between this version and the previous ones: it will be produced and distributed only in India, where Redmi Notes Notes 2 and 3 are not for sale, thanks to an agreement with Foxconn. In practice, will occupy the low-cost end of the market.
Xiaomi Redmi Notes Prime, in the dimensions of 154 x 78.7 x 185 mm for 9:45 grams of weight, integrates a 5.5-inch HD IPS display (1280 x 720 pixels), 2GB of RAM LPDDR3, two cameras 13-megapixel (rear) and 5 megapixel (front), along with a removable battery to 3100 mAh just like the original Redmi Notes. The processor is a Snapdragon instead 410 64-bit GPU Adreno 306, which replaces the Snapdragon 400, flanked by 16GB of internal memory (twice the Redmi Notes) expandable with a microSD card slot. It supports networks 4G-LTE (Dual SIM) and runs on Android 4.4 KitKat with Xiaomi MIUI 7.
With regard to price, Redmi Notes Prime is on sale for a few days only and exclusively for the Indian market at the price of 8499 RS (about 110 Euros). Forget to see him in our country.