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Meet Xiaomi's newest smartphone, the plastic Mi 4i.

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The Mi 4i packs midrange specs, and will go on sale in India on April 30 for 12,999 Rupees (roughly $205, £140 or AU$265). It will hit Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia in May.

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One of its cool features is Sunlight Display, which dynamically adapts the screen based on local tone mapping, allowing you to view the screen even in the bright outdoors.

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The phone is 7.8mm thick and weighs 130 grams (4.6 ounces).

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While the back is polycarbonate plastic, the buttons here are made of stainless steel.

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The rear 13-megapixel camera comes packing a f/2.0 aperture, five element lens and a two-tone flash.

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The speakers on the back sport a machine-drilled grill, which looks really cool.

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The micro-USB port is located at the bottom.

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The phone runs a custom MIUI 6 skin on top of Android Lollipop. It's the first Xiaomi phone to run the latest version of Google's mobile OS.

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Xiaomi made several comparisons to the iPhone 6 in its announcement, so here they are together. The Apple smartphone is smaller on the sides, but is the same height as the Mi 4i.

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The 5-megapixel front shooter has an aperture of f/1.8 and an 80-degree wide-angle lens for taking group pictures.

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Xiaomi says the screen is hardly distinguishable from the bezel when turned off, and I agree.

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Here's what it looks like when the screen is turned on.

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