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Xiaomi Redmi 3S to be launched in India tomorrow

by Bharath ChowdaryAugust 2, 2016

Chinese tech upstart has been on a roll in India in the last few months. Since it launched the Redmi Note 3 smartphone in the country, the company’s products have seen great traction. Now, the company will be launching the Redmi 3S smartphone in India on August 3.

Xiaomi Redmi 3s is the upgraded version of Redmi 3 and a successor of Xiaomu Redmi 2. This phone will be launched at an official event to be held in New Delhi on August 3. In Chinese, Redmi 3s gets a few upgrades over the Redmi 3, including a rear fingerprint sensor, Qualcomm’s new 64-bit class Snapdragon 430 octa-core SoC and Adreno 505 graphics engine, instead of the Snapdragon 616 octa-core processor and Adreno 405 GPU inside its predecessor.

This also means that the phone will likely cost less than Rs 10,000, but while doing so, it will come with some incredible specifications.


Redmi 3s comes with unveiled specs like the first model in China. This phone owns all metal body at 5.0-inch FullHD screen. There is also two version including 2GB+16GB ROM and 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM. For photography, it gets a combo of 13MP/5MP cameras. A battery reaches 4100mAH. Besides, there could be a bigger RAM version in India version which is expected to get better performance.

Rumours about the launch of the phone have been swirling the traverses of the Internet, but now it is official as the company has sent a press invite for the launch of the product at an event in New Delhi. The 3S is an upgraded version of the Redmi 3 smartphone, which was launched in China earlier in the year. It will likely act like a replacement for the Redmi 2 Prime smartphone, which was launched in India last year.

Going by the images of the Redmi 3S on the company’s China website, the smartphone seems to have the same look and feel as that of the Redmi Note 3 and could hit similar sales in India

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