The Xiaomi Mi4 smartphone comes with a full HD 5.0 inch fully laminated display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 system chip, 3080 mAh which can last about a day and a half according to its manufacturer and a 13-megapixel camera on the rear. The Mi4 doesn’t come with any groundbreaking features, but it does have the ability to quick charge batteries, giving people 60% juice in as little as 60 minutes according to Xiaomi. There are two versions of this phone, all with the same specs but with different storage. The cheaper of the two comes with 16 GB’s worth of space, and the top of the range gets 64 GB–skipping the intermediate 32 GB storage space. We usually recommend people skip on 16 GB storage options unless they are shopping for a cheap phone on a budget. Unless you literally don’t like installing apps, and you have next to no photos and videos, it’s probably best you invest in the 64GB version if you are going to spend so much money on this smartphone, as most people can not live with 16GB worth of space and we expect the size option to be phased out in the near future for that reason.