A couple of years ago, my headline for the review of the Xiaomi Redmi 2 read ‘ the return of the king' on a website not far away from here. It says something about how good a product Xiaomi makes. Then in 2016 came along the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 which took the Indian market by storm. Xiaomi says that it sold 3.6 million of these phones in India alone and its revenues in India crossed the $1 billion mark while its sales in China have petered along and it has failed to meet its targets two years in a row. Business aside, the Redmi Note 3 was a disruptive phone for its price and in my review, I called it the ‘Rahul Dravid of smartphones'. In many ways, the Redmi Note 4 is the heir apparent. Now, Xiaomi doesn't have it as easy as it had things last year because the competition has woken up. But despite all this, the Redmi Note 4 is one hell of a phone and easily the best smartphone that you'll get for less than Rs 15,000. The Good From the get-go, it can be argued that every aspect of the Redmi Note 3 has been improved. Yes, this is an iterative update, but a sweeping update which means each every frailty of the phone has been addressed and the end result is fewer compromises and a more holistic premium smartphone experience for a sliver of the cost. The biggest update comes in the form of the rear camera. It is a massive upgrade coming from the Redmi Note 3. Yes, it has a 13-megapixel resolution sensor with a f/2.0 aperture and PDAF system, but the image quality is a world apart. The image quality is superb and it is actually quite close to something like the OnePlus 3 and on par with the Moto G4 Plus. The Xiaomi folks told me, the benchmark for the camera was the iPhone 6 and boy they do come close. You get perfectly balanced images from the Redmi Note 4 which have ample amounts of detail, natural colours and decent levels of saturation. In low-light too, the image quality is a big improvement and it is possible to capture usable shots. The problem is that when taking close up shots, I felt the focusing was difficult because you couldn't the phone very close to the subject, but other than that, this device has possibly the best camera for a phone which is priced at less than Rs 15,000.


A couple of years ago, my headline for the review of the Xiaomi Redmi 2 read ‘ the return of the king' on a website not far away from here. It says something about how good a product Xiaomi makes. Then in 2016 came along the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 which took the Indian market by storm. Xiaomi says that it sold 3.6 million of these phones in India alone and its revenues in India crossed the $1 billion mark while its sales in China have petered along and it has failed to meet its targets two years in a row. Business aside, the Redmi Note 3 was a disruptive phone for its price and in my review, I called it the ‘Rahul Dravid of smartphones'. In many ways, the Redmi Note 4 is the heir apparent. Now, Xiaomi doesn't have it as easy as it had things last year because the competition has woken up. But despite all this, the Redmi Note 4 is one hell of a phone and easily the best smartphone that you'll get for less than Rs 15,000. 

The Good 

From the get-go, it can be argued that every aspect of the Redmi Note 3 has been improved. Yes, this is an iterative update, but a sweeping update which means each every frailty of the phone has been addressed and the end result is fewer compromises and a more holistic premium smartphone experience for a sliver of the cost. 

The biggest update comes in the form of the rear camera. It is a massive upgrade coming from the Redmi Note 3. Yes, it has a 13-megapixel resolution sensor with a f/2.0 aperture and PDAF system, but the image quality is a world apart. 

The image quality is superb and it is actually quite close to something like the OnePlus 3 and on par with the Moto G4 Plus. The Xiaomi folks told me, the benchmark for the camera was the iPhone 6 and boy they do come close. 

You get perfectly balanced images from the Redmi Note 4 which have ample amounts of detail, natural colours and decent levels of saturation. In low-light too, the image quality is a big improvement and it is possible to capture usable shots. The problem is that when taking close up shots, I felt the focusing was difficult because you couldn't the phone very close to the subject, but other than that, this device has possibly the best camera for a phone which is priced at less than Rs 15,000. 


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