Xiaomi refreshed the Redmi Note line on Thursday with the launch of the Redmi Note 4. Some of us expected the company to launch the Redmi 4 alongside it, but that didn’t happen.
However, an unknown source found a phone on Geekbench with the code name Xiaomi Mido that is suspected to be the Redmi 4. The Xiaomi Mido is powered by a Snapdragon 625 processor clocked at 2.0 GHz, runs Android 6.0.1 and has 2GB of RAM.
The site shows two single core and multi-core tests whose results were uploaded on August 24 but at different times. The first test which was uploaded at 2:56 AM shows the phone scoring 806 on the single-core test and 3763 on the multi-core test. The second test which was a bit later at 9:25 AM shows the phone achieving a single-core score of 842 points and 3608 points for the multi-core test.
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The phone is expected to have 16GB of built-in memory. If that is too small, there is news of a 3GB version with 64GB (or 32GB) of storage in the works.
There is still no news of a release date but we expect it to not be too far off. [source]