Xiaomi Redmi 3 Plus set for a launch in China
Xiaomi is set for a launch in China of one of their mobile devices and this one would be none other than the Xiaomi Redmi 3 Plus which was made official just as early as last month. Perhaps the most interesting information is not only that this smartphone would be made available there but that it would also be sold in offline stores only so if you were planning a pre-order, you might want to cancel that thought.
Expected to hit the shelves sometimes today (October 1), the smartphone would be launching with a price tag of INR 9499 (about $143) in the region and under the best buy label, would be selling for INR 8799 instead.
Considering the specs that made the smartphone which is priced at this range, the device carries a 5 inch screen which is just the fact for a QUALCOMM snapdragon 430 chipset running under the hood, the 2GB of RAM that has been paired to 32GB internal storage space, a camera combination of 13MP rear and 5MP on the front and finally, the promise of the Marshmallow 6.0.1 out of the box with a fingerprint scanner all running on a battery of power 4100mAh.
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