Xiaomi Redmi Note 3

Xiaomi Redmi Note 3

There was something missing in the Xiaomi smartphone stables. There was time enough for Lenovo to come in with the K4Note and time enough for LeEco to come in with the Le Is—both of them received a thunderous response from the Indian market. They get sold out rather fast, which leads to the logical conclusion that there is a formula to this success: metal body, great screen & design, performance on tap and flagship-level features at around Rs. 10 to 12k.
            Traditionally the Redmi series has been the lower end of the spectrum while the ‘Mi’ series (Mi3, Mi4, Mi4i) are the premium products. That line is now being blurred- no, obliterated –by the Redmi Note 3. This is a premium devicein every sense of the word, except price. And when it comes to some features, it has some that many flagships don’t have (infrared emitter, call recording, many unique features ) and it can handily beat many flagships when it comes to battery life too. This is a very well thought out device, inside and out. We know this because we had a chance to sit down with the company’s VP Hugo Barra and completely tear down the device –down to its most basic components. Needless to say, this was a non reversible process. We don’t normally get to do with this our review devices and it really gives you perspective on how much thought goes into the tiniest details. Things like the 1mm nub that lifts the speaker off flat surface so that it’s better audible. A shrunken main board and hollowed out section to make room for the largest and highest density battery possible (without increasing overall size/weight). Removable glue strips on the battery to make replacements easier. We could go on, but you get the general idea.

         Importantly, this is the first device (in the world) with the Snapdragon 650 processor. This is a hexa core SoC that promises boat leads of performance. We got AnTuTu score of 74148 on the 3GB RAM version (Rs. 11,999) we tested—this is in the same league as the Snapdragon 810, which still powers many flagships (like the Moto X Force, review on this page ). You will not be able to faze this device with any kind of game, photo/video editing or multimedia. With the added advantage that it doesn’t get too hot to handle! The phone itself is smart looking although it has fairly generic design when viewed from the front. The edges are curved and coupled with the compact dimensions; it makes for a phone that is easy to hold. It also feels nice to hold and very premium, thanks to the sand blasted aluminum. The camera experience is great because app startup fast (thanks to phase detector AF) and there’s minimum shutter lag. Quality is as par for the price; definitely a lot better than the Le 1s. Oh, and it records UHD 4k video too, although with a third party app.
        Battery life is where it really shines. Power users will be able to get from 8am to 10pm with battery to spare. Other’s can get up to two full days, with a screen on time of 6+ hours. As for networks, it supports all LTE bands and is VOLTE capable too. The Redmi Note 3 deserves your attention (and patronage). Not because of any extravagant features or design, but because it has grace. And a laser focus on providing the best possible experience you can get for the price.


  •    5.5-inch (1920 x 1080 pixels) IPS LCD,
  •    Snapdragon 650 hexa core, 2/3GB RAMS,
  • 16/32GB storage + micro SD (up to 32GB cards),
  • 16MP f2.0rear camera with PDAF and dual LED flash, 5MP f2.0 front camera,
  • WiFi ac, BT 4.1, LTE (VoLTE capable), IR emitter, FM, A-GPS, 4,000mAh battery, 164 grams
  • PRICE :- Rs.9,999

Positive Point :-

                The best smatphone experience for the price,  great performance, high quality screen, fantastic battery life.

Negative Point :- 
              1.Not the best or loudest loudspeaker, microSD slot accepts a maximum of   32GB cards,
           2. It won’t immediately catch your eye, but it has grace – and a laser focus on providing the best possible smartphone experience for the price.

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