Apart from memory configuration, the Exclusive Version is the same phone as the regular Redmi Note 4. It still features a standard 5.5-inch 1080p display, Helio X20 deca-core processor at 2.1GHz as the heart of the flagship, 5 MP front shooter and 13 MP rear Sony camera, massive 4100mAh battery capacity and Dual SIM support. In comparison, with Redmi Note 3, Note 4 housing molds from metal and appears more premium, similar to recent Mi flagships.
The Exclusive Version (4GB + 64GB) of Redmi Note 4 will release on March 14 at 10:00 for a price tag of 1399 yuan on Xiaomi official website, Jingdong, Xiaomi mall and Lynx. The only color options available are faint blue and bright black.
There is no info yet when the device will be available worldwide, and that might not even happen since Xiaomi sells the Mediatek-powered Redmi Note 4 exclusively in China.