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Unlocked Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G Android 2gb RAM 5.5" HD IPS Quadcore Snapdragon $168.13 freeship at merimobiles.com Octacore available

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Unlocked Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G Android 2gb RAM 5.5" HD IPS Quadcore Snapdragon $168.13 freeship at merimobiles.com Octacore available
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G
176.98-(coupon code:Round3 5% off)=168.13 Free Ship
Unlocked Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 MSM8928, Quad-core 1.6GHz processor
2GB RAM + 8GB Flash Memory, 5.5" HD IPS display
13MP rear camera | 5MP front camera
3100mAh Lithium-ion Polymer Battery

http://www.merimobiles.com/xiaomi...i10445.htm

**Just Recieved Mines**
My speeds on US Based and AT&T owned Cricket Wireless
http://i.imgur.com/DMLPmYN.jpg

my quick first impressions
http://instagram.com/p/w8IEz6mJlu/
http://instagram.com/p/w8IfBnmJmU/
http://instagram.com/p/w8KUS7GJoA/

Manufacturer Site:
http://www.mi.com/in/note4g/

couple different sites here if you dont trust merimobiles but by far the cheapest.

http://www.xiaomiworld.com/redmi-...b-ram.html

http://www.spemall.com/Xiaomi-Hon...8GB_g.html

http://www.xiaomishop.com/144-xia...phone.html

http://www.etotalk.com/xiaomi-red...p6544.html

http://www.coolicool.com/xiaomi-r...lt-g-34555


Snapdragon Octacore MT6592 1.7GHz version available
$209.98-(coupon code:Round3 5% off)=199.48 freeship
http://www.merimobiles.com/xiaomi...i10225.htm

APN Settings:
https://apn.gishan.net/phone_789_...ote_4g.php

This is Xiaomi flagship phone MI4. To me Xiaomi has its own identity beautifully designed inside and out reminiscent of Apple but with the openness of Android

http://www.xiaomiworld.com/xiaomi-mi4.html

http://www.gsmarena.com/xiaomi_mi_4-6518.php

Comparing Xiaomi's MIUI vs Stock Android(Samsung Touchwiz)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uG86fZuGBgc

MIUI Detailed Review
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acTjHxqmnAU

MIUI 6 - What's New? Hands On Review (Xiaomi Mi3 & Mi4)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWnFIIouxO4

The success of China’s Xiaomi is nothing but phenomenal. The company, headed by Chinese billionaire Lei Jun, unseated Samsung as the largest smartphone vendor in the country in just four years. It also took a bite out of Apple AAPL -0.76%, as the firm leapfrogged to be the world’s third-largest smartphone manufacturer this year.
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This IS NOT Xiaomi's Flagship phone

In contrast, the Redmi series are Lowest End phones in Xiaomi's product line. It's price in its original - China varies from $128 to $145 (including a 17% Valued-added Tax), without any contract.

It DOES NOT have band support for LTE in the US. You will ONLY get HSDPA speed on AT&T or 2G on T-Mobile, no LTE.
HSDPA Speeds on Cricket Wireless/ AT&T 4Mbps
http://i.imgur.com/DMLPmYN.jpg
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Per site:
4G Network:
4G FDD- LTE 1800/2100MHz
3G Network:
WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz
2G Network:
GSM:900/1800/1900MHz

Will it have all proper 2G, 3G, 4G and LTE on T-Mobile?
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http://www.slashgear.com/xiaomi-t...-04358391/

Many reviews that its working perfectly on US AT&T

Just bought my first Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G for $180 5.5 inch quadcore 2gb ram. been keeping an eye out for Xiaomi Global. The ported MIUI ROMs for androids like Samsung Galaxy S3 and Samsung Galaxy Note were beautiful but always had some issue.finally decided just to buy one.

As early as January of 2015, Xiaomi may well make its move for the United States mobile market. It’s suggested that Xiaomi may do this with the smartphone “Mi5”, showing off this Qualcomm Snapdragon-toting device at CES 2015 in their first-ever appearance inside the USA. This device is currently priced at CNY1,999, converted to right around $325 USD off-contract. If this pricing schedule continues through a USA-based released, even the most major smartphone manufactures might be turning an attentive eye toward China.

Xiaomi is investing in US technology right this minute. According to Rueters via China Daily, Xiaomi has joined in an investment round for USA-based technology company Misfit. Have a peek at our recent Misfit Flash Review to see what this company is doing in price-cutting of wearable devices to take on their biggest competitors.

Word of the Xiaomi CES appearance with the Mi5 in tow comes from the Economic Daily News (EDN) in China, where they suggest that “US Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will take place in January - in addition to Sony’s new device being revealed, LG is also rumored to be revealing their next-generation curved screen phone LG G Flex 2. Another next-generation flagship Xiaomi Mi5, rumored to keep high-end specifications and its original low-end price.”



EDN suggests that this device will retain the following (still rumored) specifications:

Display: 5.7-inches with 2K resolution

Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC

Camera: 20.7-megapixel back-facing camera

Special Features: Fingerprint Sensor

The Economic Daily News also suggests that Xiaomi is suggesting that though their smartphone sales next year will be up over 160% compared to their end-of-year figures this financial year. That’s no big jump to scoff at.

How will they do this?

They already roll with more smartphone shipments in China than Samsung, and they don’t look to be stopping any time soon. Low prices and high profits seem to be working wonders for Xiaomi in China.

Xiaomi is also seeking funding and is suggesting value at $50 billion USD. After shipping nearly 19 million devices in Asia last year - there’s a good chance they’ll have a big stack of cash soon.

They hired former Google top brass Hugo Barra last year.

Back in April of 2014, Xiaomi President Bin Lin suggested the following:

"You can certainly call this an acceleration. It’s our mission and our belief that this model should be able to achieve some level of success outside of China."

They’ve got televisions and tablets and wearables, too.

Hugo Barra said the following all the way back in September of 2013:

"To me, right away, it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, truly a dream job, this idea of building a global company which could be as significant as Google, from the ground up. It was just something that I will never come across, with a team whom I know, with a company that has DNA similar to my own and, on top of that, to live in Asia for at least some period of time."
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Is there micro sd slot to expand storage? It's not clear. 8GB won't be enough for everyday driver.
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Per site:
4G Network:
4G FDD- LTE 1800/2100MHz
3G Network:
WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz
2G Network:
GSM:900/1800/1900MHz

Will it have all proper 2G, 3G, 4G and LTE on T-Mobile?
same question. and how's the quality.
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Any one can confirm if this works on At&T 4g LTE
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The octacore model is definitely not for the US. Missing all the major frequencies.

Quad core model will get hspa on AT&T and T-Mobile refarmed area. No LTE.
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Great product, I would like get it after it officially comes to the US market.
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Since, this phone is an international version and not officially released in US, will ATT detect this phone as smartphone. I m looking for a smartphone which ATT can't detect as smartphone.?
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Quote from goodesi View Post :
Per site:
4G Network:
4G FDD- LTE 1800/2100MHz
3G Network:
WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz
2G Network:
GSM:900/1800/1900MHz

Will it have all proper 2G, 3G, 4G and LTE on T-Mobile?
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Any one can confirm if this works on At&T 4g LTE
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same question. and how's the quality.
This wont support lte on *any* US network. check here [wikipedia.org] for future reference.

This is still a pretty solid price for a 5.5in phone with a snapdragon 400 though. If you want something with a sd400 and LTE in the US, buy a moto G lte for a bit less.

Also, mediatek CPUs suck. Buy the snapdragon version. The mediatek one should be cheaper than the snapdragon honestly.
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This wont support lte on *any* US network. check here [wikipedia.org] for future reference.

This is still a pretty solid price for a 5.5in phone with a snapdragon 400 though. If you want something with a sd400 and LTE in the US, buy a moto G lte for a bit less.

Also, mediatek CPUs suck. Buy the snapdragon version. The mediatek one should be cheaper than the snapdragon honestly.
Thanks for the info
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Huawei or xiaomi which one has better quality ?
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Op should ad that this phone has no support for LTE on any network in the USA. Otherwise, could be a good deal for people who travel a lot?
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I can't wait for these phones to move over to the states.

The fact that Samsung and Apple charge $700 for phones of comparable quality and features is absurd.
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