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Xiaomi Announced Redmi Note 5A With 16MP Selfie Shooter

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Xiaomi has announced another affordable phone Redmi Note 5A in its Redmi series. Redmi Note 5A is basically a successor of Redmi 4A, which is already a budget killer smartphone from Xiaomi. Redmi Note 5A also bolsters great specifications compared to its pricing. Altogether there will be three variants of Redmi Note 5A, let’s go through each of them.

Also Read: Latest Price Of Xiaomi Smartphones In Nepal

Redmi Note 5A basic:

Redmi Note 5A
Redmi Note 5A
  • It features a 5.5 inch HD IPS display with gorilla glass on top of it.
  • The processing is powered by Snapdragon 425 Quad-core 64bit processor.
  • It comes in 2GB + 16GB expandable storage upto 128GB via Micro SD card.
  • The camera setup is : 13MP rear and 5MP on the Front.

Redmi Note 5A basic variant is priced at CNY 699 (~NPR 10,765)

Redmi Note 5A Prime:

Redmi Note 5A Prime
Redmi Note 5A Prime
  • It features a 5.5 inch HD IPS display with 2.5D gorilla glass on top of it.
  • The processing is powered by Snapdragon 435 octa core 64 bit processor.
  • It comes in 3GB RAM+32GB ROM and 4GB RAM+64GB ROM variant
  • Fingerprint sensor on the back of the device
  • 13MP rear camera, 16MP front camera with soft flash

Redmi Note 5A Prime is priced at CNY 899 (~NPR 13,847) for 3+32GB variant and CNY 1199 (~NPR 18,468) for 4+64GB variant.

All three variants comes with Dual SIM with dedicated memory card slot, 4G LTE support, IR blaster, 3080mAh battery and Android Nougat. Redmi Note 5A is on sale in China, but we don’t have any information when Redmi Note 5A will arrive in Nepali market. The Redmi series of phones is highly loved among markets like India and Nepal and introduction Redmi Note 5A in these markets will surely create another wave in the sales.

Xiaomi has set the stage for another bargain price with the specs that it is offering. We would like to hear your point of view on these phones and at maximum prices at which this should be available in Nepal, in case it happens.