Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 gets official price cut in China
When a phone has been in the market for a while, it is only natural that we start to see some generous and official price cuts on it and as well, deals from some independent bodies. Now, in the country of China, there has been an official price cut from Xiaomi on one of their premium smartphones and this would see that they have increased sales and even more people get to own a unit of the device.
The device being talked about is none other than the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 and according to official information, the base model of the smartphone would now sell for a price of just RMB 799, equalling a total of about $120 on the international market. Given that when the smartphone first launched, it was sold for RMB 899, this means that a total of RMB 100 has been shaved off the head.
For the other model that pairs a 3GB of RAM to an internal storage space of 32GB, you would now be getting it for just RMB 999 and to get these price cuts, you would need to make your purchase through either of Xiaomi Mall, Line Zone, Lynx and Suning Stores.
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