Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X: A Great Gaming Smartphone

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X proves to be more than just a smartphone of sleek design and thrilling specs. Recently, a YouTube channel that goes by the name Redskull posted a gaming test clip of the latest device. In the video, four games were tested and the game settings were set at maximum.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, an adventure and action game, was played with the use of a Bluetooth gaming controller. As for its gaming performance, it's a 10/10 rating because there were no issues reported at all and everything was buttery smooth.

Asphalt 8, a popular racing game, was also played using a Bluetooth gaming controller. Regarding its gaming performance, it's a 10/10 because just like the previous game, it didn't show any issues. If there were any issues at all, the only possible issue is that the driver keeps bumping on the sides when taking a turn. 

The third game tested, Modern Combat 5, revealed a score of 9/10. It is possibly due to the times when the player quickly aims from the left to the right, from up to the bottom, or when there is just so many movements going on.  The frame rate drops which can give a bit of a headache if the player is not used to it yet. 

Lastly, N.O.V.A 3, just like the Modern Combat 5, is also a first-person shooting game, but it wasn't compatible with the Bluetooth gaming controller, so it was played "hands-on." For its gaming performance, it's a 10/10 simply because everything was smooth and even when the player quickly aims from any direction, there were no problems at all.

As impressive as it can be, the Redmi Note 4X can be an alternative to game consoles.  Based on the video, it is capable of delivering a smooth and wonderful experience to gamers.  The Note 4X features a 5.5-inch IPS LCD with 1080 x 1920 pixels. It runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, packed with a Snapdragon 625 chipset, Adreno 506 and is powered by a 4100 mAh battery. The device featured in the video had 32 GB with 3 GB of RAM.

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