Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro arriving in Europe for €230
Last month Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 5 Pro, also known as Redmi Note 5 in China. After its debut in India, the phone is set to arrive in Europe, according to popular Twitter tipster Roland Quand.
He revealed the dual-cam midranger is being prepared with all the appropriate LTE bands and should be launched “soon”.
According to @rquandt, the new phone will cost €230, but there is a catch - this will be a variant with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage that was not announced by Xiaomi India. The 4/64 GB option will go for €270 - notably up from the Indian price of INR13,999 (€175).
There is no info if Xiaomi is going to push the 6/64GB phone to other markets just yet.
- 11 Apr 2018
- 04 Apr 2018
Oh no, just looked it up on Aliexpress, "Global Version Xiaomi Redmi Note 5" 64GB SD636 and the price is listed as US $299.99 - US $325.99. This means that Nokia 6 (2018) with SD630 and a bunch of other phones are 'better', only (somewhat) slower. Qu...
- 27 Mar 2018
Using just one band for 4G is five year old technology. Modern phones and networks support several bands at the same time using 4G+ / carrier aggregation, in Europe typically bands 3 + 7 + 20 at the same time even in big cities (but also combinations...