This one is expected to come out soon but still for some it’s quite a surprise. What we are talking about here is that Xiaomi will formally launched Windows 10 for the Mi 4 tomorrow, you do don’t believed us, then the image below which was posted by Xiaomi’s founder and president Lin Bin on Weibo.
Microsoft and Xiaomi went into an agreement to test Windows 10 operating system Technical Preview on Xiaomi’s flagship the Mi 4 backed in March and that conjugation was limited to a number of selected Mi 4 users. Since then, developments went on without much of updates until today and tomorrow December 3 as specifically indicated on the teaser image below, Xiaomi will make the road to Windows 10 available to every Mi 4 users so they to can test and even make the switch their daily driver.
The move is anticipated to an increase in the number of Windows 10 users in China but so far, the only devices from Xiaomi the supports Microsoft’s Windows 10 are the Mi 4 and the recently launched Mi Pad 2. Rumors also suggests that the Mi Note Pro will have its own share of the pie of Windows 10 but that’s a subject that we’re yet to confirm.
The Xiaomi Mi 4 originally launched in the market with MIUI 5 based on Android 4.4 (KitKat) backed in 2014 and later updated to the latest MIUI 7 based on Android 5.1 (Lollipop). The handset got a 5.5-inch full-HD display and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 chipset with 3 GB of RAM. It’s also available in two variants with one having a 16 GB of internal storage space and another one with 64 GB. Both variants does not come with microSD card slot so users are all committed to what’s provided by the device.
The handset as a flagship device is manufactured with premium build quality materials with a full-metal frame and a scratch-resistant glass on both the front and back. It comes with a 13 Megapixel main camera and 8 Megapixel on the front. It’s embedded battery comes with 3080 mAh capacity which is already doing well enough for the smartphone.
If you want to experience Windows 10 on your Mi 4 device, why don’t you give it a try? It’s free and if you find it not suited enough for your needs, Xiaomi also has provides an easy steps to go back to MIUI anytime. With new features on Windows 10 and how stable it has been since it was announced more than 9-months ago, users who’ll make the switch will find more reason to stick with it.