Xiaomi Mi 4i to be up for grabs without registration on Tuesday

By July 14th, 2015 AT 5:28 PM

A good news for those who have been longing to own a Mi 4i, but couldn’t get through the flash sale. Xiaomi has announced that it will now be selling the Mi 4i in open sale, which means that the device can be easily purchased just like any other product.

Mi 4i

Xiaomi unveiled the Mi 4i in India in April for Rs. 12,999 and since then the company has made a fortune in terms of sales. In the first flash sale itself, 40,000 units of the phone were sold and that too within seconds. Moreover, Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 4G, Redmi 2 and Mi 4 have received a considerable price cut in India, except the Mi 4i, which is still retailing at the launched price.

The Mi 4i is now available in Dark Grey and White color options and can be purchased via Flipkart, Mi.com, amazon, Snapdeal, Mobile Store and Airtel India. To recap, the Mi 4i comes with a 5-inch full HD display, second generation octa-core Snadpragon 615 SoC paired with 2GB of RAM, 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a 5-megapixel front camera. It is a dual-SIM phone with support for 4G LTE connectivity.

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This is good for who want to purchase new smartphone.

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