Xiaomi’s budget-friendly smartphone, the Redmi Note 4 was a big hit in the Indian smartphone market surpassing a million milestones, and users still admire the handset for the features it offers at such an affordable price. But it’s been more than a year since the big battery smartphone was launched.
Several OEMs are slowly taking up the lower mid-range space offering some striking features at a price that you can quite easily slide out from your pocket. Well, Xiaomi joined the bandwagon too last week unwrapping the popular Redmi Note 4’s successor, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5.
The key highlight of the upgrade version is its tall display with narrow bezels up front. But what’s more interesting about the latest Redmi handset is that it tags the same price as its predecessor starting at Rs 9,999. At a price so similar to the previous iteration, what more upgrades has Xiaomi put on the new Redmi Note 5 over its predecessor? Let’s have a look.