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The wait is finally over for Redmi Note series fans who want bigger screens on a budget. In fact, aside from the impressive specs, the design looks more polished, premium-looking, and thinner than the previous releases. Although it still has the metal chassis design, the Redmi Note 4 still has a huge battery life which makes it a very competitive product in the market today.

Redmi Note Series Specs

Redmi Note 3 and 4 are basically only a pinch away from each other in terms of specs. The Note 4 has the deca-core Helio X20 chipset processor, while the Note 3 has the Snapdragon 650 or the Helio X10. This means that you should get more from these processors in terms of speed but not on stability and support for custom ROMs.

The Note 3 and 4 comes with the MediaTek processors and 13MP cameras. Both of them have basic versions of RAM at 2GB, but the Note 4 is slightly ahead in the storage category at 32GB compared to 16GB.

The Design

In terms of dimensions, the Note 4 is a bit thinner than its predecessor, but just has more weight than the Note 3. It also features fingerprint touch capability with the Note 4 ahead only for its soft keys.

The Display

Physically, they are both the same in size at 5.5 inches and brings about the same resolution of 1080x1920P. Likewise, they also offer the same pixel density of 401ppi. The screens also use the same technology IPS LCD display.

The Camera

The camera on these devices both offer 13MP and dual LED flashes and autofocus capability. However, they just have a bit of difference in the software features, which the Note 4 has face detection, self-timer, geo-tagging, and digital zoom, while the Note 3 only has geo-tagging capability.

The camcorder on the Redmi Note 4 is slightly ahead giving way for dual resolutions of 1080p and 720p HD with 120 fps. The Redmi Note 3, however, only has the 1080p HD capability with 120 fps.

The Hardware

In terms of processor, the Note 4 is not that advanced compared to the Note 3 because the former uses a deca-core 2100 MHz ARM Cortex A72 and A53, while the latter uses the octa-core 2000 MHz ARM Cortex A53. The Note 4 also has 64GB of built-in storage compared to the 32GB of the Note 3.

The Battery

If you want to have a full day supply of uninterrupted power, then these devices are all you need to have. Aside from the excellent graphics and processor speed, the battery is one of the very important factors that you should have.

Having a hardware this powerful, you should have the power to last the day, without having to charge after a few hours of use. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 has a 4100mAh, while the Note 3 has 4000mAh, which is what you need if you care for a day of fun-filled activities with friends and family.