Xiaomi has taken the Android market by storm and making huge profit from its phones like Mi3, Redmi Note and Redmi 1s. After the release of 4G variant of Redmi Note its now turn of Redmi 1s. Redmi 1s was among the best selling low range Android phone running MIUI. Despite being called Redmi 1S 4G, this phone comes with a MediaTek SoC like the original Redmi (the 1S 3G sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip). The MT6582 in the new 4G version of Xiaomi’s cheapest phone has a 1.3 GHz quad-core Cortex-A7 CPU, which is aided by 1GB of RAM.
Support for 4G LTE will be offered only for China Mobile’s network, and it comes with one SIM card slot only unlike its predecessor.But the battery capacity has surely been increased to make it last longer with 220mAh.
The Redmi 1S 4G is estimated to be offered for a low price of CNY 699, which translates into approximately $113 or €84 at the current exchange rates.