Xiaomi’s $65, LTE-enabled phone passes through TENAA

’s new LTE-enabled phone which is expected to be the cheapest phone has passed the certification process at TENAA. Xiaomi’s new phone is still unnamed and it looks variation of the new Xiaomi Redmi 2. This new LTE-enabled phone is more cheaper than the Xiaomi Redmi 2 because this phone is expected to be price of CNY 400 ($65) while the Redmi 2 costs CNY 700.

Last year the Chinese smartphone maker, Xiaomi made a deal with Leadcore Technologies, a local chipset maker. It was not big deal just of under $17 million but that deals allowed Xiami access to LTE.

The Xiaomi’s new model features a 4.7 inches (720×1280) display screen, 1GB of RAM and the 1.6GHz quad-core Leadcore LC1860C processor. In the camera department it has 8 megapixel camera at its back which is auto focus and 2 megapixel front camera.The 8 megapixel back camera will support 1080p video recording whereas the front camera is expected to record videos at 720p.


The Xiaomi’s new phone will come with an internal storage of 8GB which can be expanded up to 32GB via micro SD card. The dimension of the smartphone is 134×67.21×9.2mm and weight is 134g. just unlike Note this one is not a dual-SIM device. It also runs Android 4.4.4 KitKat, but Just unlike the Redmi 2 this phone is not a dual sim.The connectivity options of the smartphone include Bluetooth 4.0, GPRS/ EDGE and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g, GPS/ A-GPS. It also supports Micro-USB, 3G & 4G LTE.

Xiaomi is offering all these features at a very affordable price of $65. At the moment we cannot give any timeline of unveiling of the LTE-enabled phone as the company has not announced it officially yet.

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