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REDMI NOTE 3 Launch on March 3

Chinese mobile versatile  Xiaomi has reported that it will be dispatching the Redmi Note 3 cell phone in India on March 3. The declaration which was made in a discussion post additionally subtle elements that the occasion will happen at Delhi's Talkatora Stadium, which implies that this occasion could be on the lines of the Mi 4i which was propelled a year ago.

The Redmi Note 3 was reported back in late November 2015. It is at long last advancing toward India after it was dispatched in China in January. Xiaomi even ran a pilot traveler program for the telephone in India.

The Redmi Note 3 is Xiaomi's first all metal cell phone. It is a really rotund cell phone as it gauges 8.65mm and weighs 164 grams. It is controlled by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 processor which is a hexa-center chipset. In China the telephone is accessible in two variations; a 16GB model with 2GB RAM and a 32GB model with 3GB RAM.

The telephone packs a 5.5-creep full HD show with a determination of 1920x1080 pixels. It is a double SIM 4G empowered cell phone. Quite, the telephone packs an enormous 4,000mAh battery which underpins snappy charging innovation. Xiaomi claims that the telephone can accomplish 50 for every penny charge in 60 minutes.

On the back, there's additionally a 16-megapixel camera which has a stage identification self-adjust framework and has a two-tone streak framework. The front of the telephone houses 5-megapixel camera.

Like all Xiaomi gadgets, the Redmi Note 3 keeps running on Mi UI 7 which depends on Android Lollipop. Interestingly, the declaration of the Redmi Note 3 India dispatch comes days before the worldwide declaration of the Mi 5 which Xiaomi is going to dispatch at the continuous Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The Mi 5 will be its lead telephone.

The Redmi Note 3 will probably be supplanted by the Redmi Note 2 which was damaged by a patent issue in the middle of Ericsson and Xiaomi. The 3G form of the telephone which depended on the MediaTek SoC was banned in India.

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