Anyway, a newly-leaked retail box that the Redmi Note 4 allegedly arrive in gives us a pretty good sneak peek at what the specs of the device could be.
It would probably be a 5.5", LTE-enabled device with a MediaTek Helio X20 chipset clicking and ticking under the hood.
Next up, the retail box suggests 3GB of RAM and 64GB of native storage on board. Right at the back, there will be a 4,100mAh juicer keeping the lights on.
The retail box suggests there will be a 13MP rear and a 5MP front-facing camera. There's no mention of anything dual camera-related here, though. This makes us think that the previously leaked Redmi Note 4 pic could have been a masterfully-edited image. Of course, we could be totally mistaken; Xiaomi is totally capable of putting a Mi 5-like home button up front, with the fingerprint scanner embedded right beneath it.
That's pretty much we can squeeze out from the leaked image. As a reminder, the device will probably go official on July 27, so we'll have to wait for 9 more days to find out if these leaked specs are any true.