Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has launched its fourth handset in India, Xiaomi Mi4. The phone is priced at Rs 19,999 and will feature Xiaomi's upgraded MIUI6 user interface. The first flash sale on Flipkart will be held on February 10 at 2pm, for which registrations began at 6pm yesterday. Note that initially the 3G 16 GB version of Mi4 will go on sale in India. It's not clear if and when the 4G version will be made available in the country. The phone sports a Snapdragon 801 2.5 GHz processor, 3GB RAM, 5" IPS Full HD display, 13 megapixle f1.8 rear camera, 8 megapixle front camera and a 3080 mAh battery. Mi 4 is priced at Rs. 19,999 and the first sale will be on Feb 10th, registration starts at 6PM today! ;) pic.twitter.com/KwB1D6f7iN — Mi India (@MiIndiaOfficial) January 28, 2015 In December last year, Xiaomi’s India head Manu Kumar Jain had claimed that they had sold one million handsets in India since its launch in July. The three handsets that were available in India at the time were the Mi3, Redmi 1S and Redmi Note (and Note 4G). Xiaomi’s vice president of international operations Hugo Barra had also earlier said that India is Xiaomi’s second largest market after China and also the fastest market. Xiaomi has adopted a single device strategy in India to address high consumer demand. It focuses on one device at a time and discontinues the sales of previous handsets. It had stopped selling Mi3 when Redmi 1S was launched and stopped Redmi…
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