-Excellent design and build quality
-Impressive battery life
-Very good performance
-Great software experience
-Fast and accurate fingerprint reader
-Includes an IR blaster for controlling household appliances
-Great sunlight readability
-Excellent call quality


-No U.S. availability
-Camera is still about average for the price
-Display is lacking a bit in contrast and saturation

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Bottom Line

While not without its issues, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 excels in key areas where its competitors do not, including its premium build quality, exceptional battery life, and the availability of a fast and accurate fingerprint reader, all for an impressive sub-$200 price point.

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Along with a larger focus on affordability this year in the mid-range and high-end segments, there has also been a slew of lower-end smartphones launched, falling in the sub-$200 category, that have proved to be impressive as well. Granted, these devices aren’t perfect and often have their fair share of compromises, but Chinese OEM Xiaomi is looking to shake things up with their latest addition to the affordable Redmi series. Does this device prove to be a compelling choice? We find out, in this in-depth Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 review!

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The Redmi Note 3 may feature some elements of the design language of its predecessor, but when it comes to build quality, the metal unibody construction of the former is in stark contrast to the matte finish plastic build of the Redmi Note 2. That’s not to say that the build quality and design of the Redmi Note 2 was bad by an stretch, but the premium look and feel its successor provides is certainly something that users will appreciate, and is a very pleasant surprise, given its price point.

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The curved edges and sides of the device make for a somewhat better handling experience, but the metal body is quite slippery, so using this rather large phone with one hand isn’t the easiest. The metal backing transitions into convincingly colored plastic caps at the top and bottom that are likely in place to help with antenna reception, but also provide a nice gripping point when holding the device in the landscape orientation.

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Taking a look around the device, the power button and volume rocker are on the right side, and provide exceptional tactile feedback and responsiveness. The headphone jack and microUSB port are at the top and bottom respectively, and up top is also an IR blaster. On the back is the single speaker unit, along with the new addition of a fingerprint scanner that is found below the camera. Up front are three capacitive navigation keys, with the first being assignable to open either the Recent Apps tray or an App Menu.


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The Redmi Note 3 comes with a 5.5-inch IPS LCD display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution, resulting in a pixel density of 403 ppi. The display is quite good overall, but is somewhat lacking in contrast and resolution, and there are certainly devices that fall in this price range with better displays out there. The display’s sunlight readability and minimum brightness level are notably good however, and the adaptive brightness feature also worked really well during our testing.

Performance and hardware

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Under the hood, the Redmi Note 3 comes with an octa-core MediaTek Helio X10 processor, clocked at 2 GHz, and backed by the PowerVR G6200 GPU and 2 or 3 GB of RAM. This particular review unit is of the 3 GB RAM variety, and as expected, multi-tasking is a breeze, but 2 GB of RAM should be more than enough as well. On the performance front, the Redmi Note 3 performs surprisingly well, especially when considering its price point.

Everything is very smooth, and minimal lag is to be seen only when running more processor-intensive tasks. Gaming is also very enjoyable on the device, but keep in mind that this is only when the device is set to Performance Mode, and there is some stutter and lag when switched to the other battery modes.

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16 GB or 32 GB storage options are available, which also determines the RAM you get, but with no expandable storage via microSD card to be found, most users will be better off opting for the higher storage version anyway. The device also comes with a standard suite of connectivity options, but given the fact that it isn’t officially available in the US, access to 4G LTE networks isn’t possible. HSPA+ on the AT&T and T-Mobile networks is plenty fast though, and the call quality proved to be pretty good as well.

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The rear speaker of the Redmi Note 3 is about average, and while it gets reasonably loud, the sound quality is tinny and somewhat distorted. The speaker is also very easy to muffle when the device is placed on a flat surface, as is the case with most rear speaker setups. A new addition in hardware is the fingerprint scanner on the back, which is ideally placed to be within comfortable reach of the index finger, and proves to be fast and very accurate. When compared to the high-end Nexus 6P, the scanner may not be as fast, but the accuracy is just as good, which is fantastic to see on an affordable smartphone.

The battery of the Redmi Note 3 may not be user replaceable, but making up for it is its large 4,000 mAh capacity. The battery life is impressive, with anywhere between 4 and 5 and a half hours of screen-on time possible, and the device has no problem allowing for a full day of usage comfortably. There is no fast charging capabilities to be had, but the great battery life means that it isn’t a requirement either.

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The Redmi Note 3 comes with a 13 MP rear camera, with a f/2.2 aperture and phase detection auto focus, along with a 5 MP front-facing camera with a f/2.0 aperture. Overall, the primary camera allows for decent image quality. There does seem to be a lack of saturation and detail in most images however, and the camera does have a tendency to underexpose outdoor shots as well. HDR does help with the latter issue, but using this mode adds a few seconds to the shooting time. Indoor images also contain noticeable amounts of digital noise, but don’t look that bad.

As far as the camera application is concerned, you do get an easy to use auto experience, but there are also a number of filters and camera modes available for those who want to use them, including panorama, a timer mode, and a manual mode, that allows for granular control over aspects like white balance and ISO, which is certainly nice to have.


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On the software side of things is where Xiaomi seems to have injected the most value into the Redmi Note 3. The latest version of MIUI 7 is based on Android 5.0.2 Lollipop, but with it being a very heavily skinned interface, you won’t notice any Material Design elements. However, MIUI is arguably one of the most polished skins around, courtesy of the amount of customization and number of features it offers. Some of these features include transition effects, and weekly developer OTA updates, and with everything being smooth and snappy overall, MIUI allows for one of the best software experiences available on a device priced at under $200.

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There are some elements that take some getting used to however, such as the lack of an app drawer, leaving users dependent on folders to keep things organized, and the inability to dismiss notifications directly from the lock screen. Given that this version of the device is intended for the Chinese market, Google apps aren’t pre-installed, and while it is quite easy to install them, they don’t always work as well as one would expect. It’s important to note here that a global version of the device will be available shortly which will have the Google apps built in, and so, you can wait a little longer to avoid the hassle of going through the process.

Xiaomi hasn’t had the best track record with offering the latest versions of Android, as is very evident here, but what they do offer frequent software updates for the MIUI OS that essentially includes all the features that you’d expect from newer versions of Android. If you are a stickler for running the latest and greatest, keep in mind that the Redmi Note 3 may not see anything beyond Android 5.0.2 Lollipop, but lack of features is certainly not going to be a concern.


Display5.5-inch IPS LCD, 1920 x 1080 resolution, 403 ppi
Processor2 GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6795 Helio X10
PowerVR G6200 GPU
Storage16/32 GB, not expandable
Camera13 MP rear camera with LED flash
5 MP front camera
ConnectivityWi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetooth 4.1, FM Radio, IR Blaster
Battery4,000 mAh
OSMIUI OS 7 based on Android 5.0.2 Lollipop
Colorssilver, gray, gold
Dimensions150 x 76 x 8.7 mm
164 grams


Pricing and final thoughts

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is currently available only in China, priced at RMB 899 for the 16 GB and 2 GB RAM version, while the Prime iteration, with 32 GB storage and 3 GB of RAM, is priced at RMB  1,099, which roughly translates to $140 and $172 respectively. Importing the device will result in a higher price tag, but the soon to be released global version should feature the same pricing.

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editor-choice-2015So there you have it for this detailed look at the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3! Like most other smartphones that fall in the sub-$200 category, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 has its issues, particularly with its lackluster display and average camera experience. However, this smartphone does excel in key areas where its competitors do not, including its fantastic design and build quality, exceptional battery life, and the inclusion of a fast and accurate fingerprint scanner. This is yet another very commendable effort from Xiaomi, and is a device that is certainly worthy of your consideration.

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  • mrdavidpayne

    so these phones do not work with US LTE Bands, correct?

    • carlito

      Here are all the bands: I let you judge.

      • Burak

        Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 doesn’t support 4G/LTE networks with major carriers in the States!

        T-Mobile : Band12-700MHz, Band4-AWS, Band2-1900MHz
        Att : Band17-700MHz, Band4-AWS, Band2-1900MHz

        Reviewer says that 3G in the States is fast enough, and I think it’s true. Sometimes, I turn off my LTE and use 3G instead. It’s pretty enough for social media apps, surfing on the web, watching videos on youtube. I would like to buy this phone, but I bought blu life one x 2016 for my girlfriend for $149.

        • jacker

          Redmi Note 3 only work on Europe Country and Australia 4G FDD LTE and 3G WCDMA, all bands doesn’t support in US … the 3/32GB version is best select on ebay price is high .. try get it on Nextbuying the prime redmi note 3 only $214 …

        • Josué Gutiérrez

          Yeah I was thinking the same, but not between this (Xiaomi) but the One X and the Meizu Metal (both on amazon) gonna get the Meizu instead. Better specs for just 50 bucks more. And will work well in Costa Rica ;)

    • Karly Johnston

      You got it, only works on 2/3G on Tmob or ATT networks. It is pretty usable on Tmob H+, otherwise I would avoid Chinese imports altogether.

  • Gary Hylton

    The battery is so good becuase it has a crap screen and camera. USB is probably of the 1.0 variety, and Bluetooth is probably around 2.0 or so. You get what you pay for, be warned. Sent on a Galaxy Note 5.

    • Matthias Van Gestel

      I own the redmi note 2 (which is practically the same (roughly the same pixel density, same SoC (helio x10), same camera (though flash looks more sophisticated in this version)) and the phone is really really lovely, bluetooth v4.0, usb2.0, octa core (never was a fan of mediatek but the helio chipsets really outperform my expectations). You probably have spent a lot more on your note 5 (and thats okay) but when you compare the price/performance ratio I think that xiaomi clearly wins

      • RomanosN

        Why are you even bothered to reply to the troll?

        • Gimus Vortex

          crap screen wut ?

    • Dennis Angelo

      sorry you feel that your note 5 is not worth the money you paid for it. Chinese budget phone are at par on the perfomance and battery life side. Camera is the only difference between a cheap phone and an expensive one

      • Karly Johnston

        The Helio X10 has a weak gpu, it shows up in gaming and heavy animations. The Cortex A53 is also weak at loading webpages.

        • Carlos

          Seriously for 200€, should we question the hardware this device packs ?
          I mean, for the same price, you get a Moto G (which packs a Snapdragon 410 …)

          This device is similar to the Galaxy S5, even though it has weaker GPu and camera it completly outperforms the S5 in terms of benchmarks (multicore) it has way better build quality, the fingerprint sensor is better than the S5 and it backs a battery that’s like 1500Mah more than the S5… And it costs like the half of money…

          • Karly Johnston

            For the same price you can get a Mi4c with SD808.

          • Carlos

            Well, that depends on where you buy the phones…
            In my country (Portugal) you can buy a Redmi Note 3 Prime for 225€ with 2 years warranty and shipped from European Warehouse.
            The mi4c on the other hand costs 329€ with 2 years warranty shipped from the European Warehouse.
            This is my situation because I dont like to buy from Chinese stores directly..
            And seriously just for the battery capacity I would get the ,Redmi Note 3 instead.

          • Dennis James

            Why would you not buy from Chinese stores directly ? Buying from European retailers (that buy from Chinese stores themselves) means wasting money for no additional benefit, because these phones are so cheap when bought directly that you can easily replace them if something goes wrong. Also, buying from European retailers (from which almost no one buys) means you will get an early-built phone, which may have more issues than a more recently built one.

          • Danny

            Because you have to pay the import tax and customs if you are unlucky. That makes the phone more expensive that is why he and many others buy from European Warehouses… it sucks but its better than having to go to customs and pay a fortune in taxes. Also usually I can get it in 2 days vs 2 weeks from china.

          • Dennis James

            There are Chinese sites like giztop that guarantee that you will pay no extra taxes, because they actually ship from Europe so there is no way you will pay taxes. If you buy from european resellers you will miss any price advantage, the price/quality ratio suffers a lot and you may as well buy some other brand.

          • Danny

            I think we are talking about the same thing then. I am talking about buying from European warehouses that Chinese sites have in Spain and Germany usually ;) If you know good ones I am always looking for more: Antife, tinydeal, etc…

            The one you mention does not appear to have a European warehouse, so its possible it gets stuck in customs ;(

          • Dennis James

            The site I mentioned is different: they send the products from China to an Europe point, from which they re-send to the buyer after the EU import formalities are done. It could probably get stuck in customs, but you will never be required to pay custom taxes since the customs are done in another EU country (France in that case) and is not customer’s concern.

          • Karly Johnston

            ibuygou has EU Direct and the Mi4c Prime is in stock for $258.

          • Airyl

            The Mi4C is a 5-inch smartphone with a plastic build, no fingerprint scanner, average battery and small footprint.

            The Redmi Note 3 is a 5.5-inch smartphone with a metal build, a fingerprint scanner, large battery and a large footprint.

            Not much to compare here, and the X10 isn’t really all that bad. The GPU performance is already more than you should be asking for at the price, it barely struggles with most games.

          • Bart

            Exactly my thoughts. ..had both and note 3 is unreal value for money

          • Carlos

            258$ coming from chinese warehouse…
            310$ coming from the European Warehouse and if you add shipping it will go up to like 330$.

            Chinese shops don’t really sell phones that Cheap… Chinese just try to elude people coz they always claim ‘Free Shipping’ but you always gotta pay for it and for the shipping insurances as well.
            They only reason they sell a bit cheaper is because they don’t pay VAT (In my country VAT is at 23%)

          • Karly Johnston

            It says EU Direct, that is $258 free shipping from the EU warehouse. Get it or not i don’t care but you can’t make excuses at that price.

          • balcobomber25

            The GPU in the 808 is only marginally better than the one in the X10. Those two chips are actually pretty much equal in real world usage.

          • Karly Johnston

            The Redmi Note 2 i returned only scored 11k in 3DMark, the Mi4c that replaced it scored twice that.

          • balcobomber25

            According to Futuremark’s official site the results are as follows for Mi4c (808) and MX5 (X10):

            Ice Storm –

            Mi4-c – 60 fps, 56 fps, 32 fps (Physics Test)
            MX5 – 59 fps, 50 fps, 44 fps (Physics Test)

            Ice Storm Unlimited –

            Mi4-c – 17,053 (average score)
            MX5 – 16,322 (average score)

            Ice Storm Extreme –

            Mi4-c – 10,230 (average score)
            MX5 – maxed out

            Those results show two evenly matched chips.

          • Karly Johnston

            That’s funny when the MX5 only scores 11k on Antutu 3D to 20k of the Mi4c. But then the MX5 isn’t capable of running all the 3DMark benches to get a composite score either.

    • Carlos

      I mean, the Moto G 3 costs 200€ as well right?

    • Goos

      You’re just an imbecil !

    • Airyl


  • Xeo

    Is only I prefer design without physical buttons at the bottom of the screen? I mean, come on — finally android device (nexus 6p) is more mature looking than ostentatious iphone. Why physical buttons? Meizu/Redmi note 3 back is really interesting and I like the scanner at the back. I am crying about Xiaomi mi5 renders by the way.

  • Xeo

    Am I the only one who likes design without physical buttons at the bottom of the screen? I mean, come on — finally android device (nexus 6p) is more mature looking than ostentatious iphone. Why physical buttons? Meizu/Redmi note 3 back is really interesting and I like the scanner at the back. I am crying about Xiaomi mi5 renders by the way.

  • Jason C

    You need to work on math my friend. 8,900Rmb is 1,400 USD……. shouldn’t it be RMB 899 OR something

    • Daggett Beaver

      Yeah, and 11,999 RMB converts to $1,851.

  • Adi

    2015 editor choice? I mean, seriously?
    Do u know that S6, Note5, Nexus 6P, Xperia Z5, G4, and so many other better phone exist?
    Unless u only referring to the price.

    • Armaan Modi

      Editor’s Choice doesn’t mean that it has to be a top of the line flagship -_-

    • shyam

      editors choice under $200…

      • jacker

        Redmi Note 3 only work on Europe Country and Australia 4G FDD LTE and 3G WCDMA, all bands doesn’t support in US … the 3/32GB version is best select on ebay price is high .. try get it on Nextbuying the prime redmi note 3 only $214 .

        • balcobomber25

          It works on US 3G.

    • john doe

      do you understand what “editors choice” means? it’s up to editors to pick or choose regardless of the specs..
      plus it says “editors choice” not “best phone” need to learn to read carefully

      • Adi

        I know how to read. It just amazed me how could a so called editor choose such low end phone. Well its a different story if the editor choice for sub-200, also its only available in china, since its china only smartphone why didnt he review other which are available in china only where I believe many great phone is around that price range

        • balcobomber25

          Editors Choice doesn’t only apply to high end phones. It applies to the best overall phones at every budget. There are several great Chinese phones in the sub-200 mark, this is one of the best.

    • David King

      Redmi Note 3 is a perfect all around device. The devices you mentioned are rip off overpriced junks. So yeah…

  • Alex

    I have a Redmi Note 3 , the 32 gig version. Here’s the break down from using the phone over a week now.
    To start with, connection speed is not an issue for me. I don’t really care about the 4g LET support as i live in a part of Europe where LET is 1) Not supported by most carriers 2) If supported will cost you a whole new mortgage to pay for it.

    + Pros +
    1.Batter life : You will be amazing how long this phone lasts. I forgo what running out juice is. Before i used to have an iPhone and the day went by with me going from one charger to another. The for me is the strongest feature of this device.

    2.The phone feels incredibly good in the hand and is just a pleasure to work with. In my experience, the screen is also beautiful. You can adjust the saturation in the settings and customize it to your preference. It’s what you would expect from an IPS LCD display.

    3.Finger Print scanner is lightning fast. I have not experienced any lag or misreading . When you register your finger, just make sure you register it from a bunch of angles, and then it will read it no matter how you place it.

    4.The price is so cheap that it really challenges the idea of what a flagship device should cost. Although this phone is not considered a flagship line up for Xiaomi, what it delivers will exceed all your expectations. The question i keep asking myself was how does Xiaomi pack a premium design with all the features, for such an affordable package.


    1. Camera. Now although the camera performs quite well during daylight or well lit situations, it’s downfall comes during low light shots. Therese a lot of noise in the picture and sometimes a lack of saturation. The day light shots might lack some detail but its nothing drastic. If you are an Instagram snapper, just make sure the room is well lit when you take the picture . Furthermore, the panorama on the inbuilt camera launcher is a horror show. I’m really hoping it will get fixed soon. Slow-motion/Time-lapse features work quite well. Slow motion feature works better than the Xiaomi Mi4.

    2.App Support. There are a bunch of apps that will simply crash on MIUI, or not work as they should/have strange bugs. For example Skype. If you lock your phone while you are on loud-speaker during a call, and then unlock it.. the loud speaker will turn off. This is something that will eventually get fixed with new MIUI updates/skype updates but you simply have to live through it while it gets done. You will notice these issues here and there. They get fixed eventually. Another strange bug happened when i installed AnTuTu benchmark. It caused my phone to randomly shut off. As soon as i got rid of the app, everything was back to normal.

    3. The plastic caps on the back are a little squeaky if you press down on them. Although the overal design and built quality of the metal casing is great.

    Would i recommend this buy? 100%. This is a great device even while its still running the Chinese ROM. Its flaws can be easily overlooked once you realize how awesome the battery life is, and how low the price for the device is. Soon the Global ROM will be released (2-3) months according to some sources i found online. The Global ROM will get rid of the Chinese/Asian features on the phone even though they are not Intrusive at all once you have the English language selected on the Chinese ROM.

    Hope this helped you make a decision. Feel free to comment below, i will try to answer any questions.

    • AishKapoor

      How much of the ROM is available for users use in both 16GB and 32GB?

      • jacker

        purchased one from Nextbuying online store April, 3GB RAM and 32GB rom version, Snapdragon 650 chip installed Global MIUI ROM with Google play store …

    • How’s the camera as compared to a lg g2 or a mi3?

    • Rabhussain Khan

      i have also redmi note3 …while the music is on and i turn off the screen ,after 1 or 2 minutes the music stops …it is very annoying …could u plz help me and also the default music player doesnt show music artworks

    • templeruins

      Good review, the panorama function really is so bad, I was looking for someone with the same experience. Could it be fixed? Panos in google camera are the same blurry thing.

    • jigar

      Hello. i owned qc650 redmi note 3. yesterday i got it.
      but today when i was watching youtube videos suddenly it gets stuck at youtube app. then it crashed. then system also crashed then i press lock key till now phone didnt display anything. i tried to call on nub. its ringing but didnt shown or ringing. what should i do? please give me solution.

      sorry for bad english.

      Thank you.

      • Sanjeey

        Hi I have purchased redemi note 3 and same problem faced as described by you so looks likes its common problem with you tube ,have you got any solution for this or this problem repeated again

    • David King

      I would easily pay 500-600 Dollars for this thing! It’s a Masterpiece.

  • Where can I get it for these quoted prcies?

    • Sapiderman

      on ebay?
      but this one cost around $250 on my country :-/

      • Exactly they all seem to have a massive markup

      • jacker

        on Nextbuying the prime (3/32GB ) redmi note 3 only $214 .

        • Not for the silver version :(

          • jacker

            White …

        • AlexOnlyMe

          How much time it take to be shipped ordered one like 3-4 days ago still no tracking number and info…

  • Willyam Yam

    The phone has entered Indonesia although it’s not officialy released on the mi store.
    The 2 Gigs cost around 2.400.000 IDR (~175$)
    And the 3 Gigs version cost around 3.150.000 IDR (~229$)
    Note : 1. based on 1$ = 13750 IDR
    2. It’s still chinese ROM inside
    Enjoy folks :)

  • 2BeHuman

    I was really looking into getting one of these for myself, but i got a bit unease when you said “if you want to keep the phone for a few months” the prime phone where i’m getting it with transport is ~250€ ifi’m going to pay that much, i’ll hope it would be fine for at LEAST 2 years, no?

    • balcobomber25

      I have 3 year old Xiaomi phones that still work like they are new out of the box. Xiaomi is one of the best at keeping their phones updated and they have excellent build quality.

      • 2BeHuman

        thank you for your feedback! :) that makes me more confident, i have browsed throw some other sites and forums and by the looks of it xiaomi can be a lot better then samsung in price/functionality, actually a lot better then most expensive branded phones and tablets.

  • Nejc Zamernik

    does anyone know when global version will come out and if price will be the same

    • AresDraco

      You can always install a Global version ROM

  • gg

    NFC is missing, anyone?

    • MaxPower

      no nfc

      • balcobomber25

        What do you know about Chinese phones? Loser!

        • MaxPower


          • balcobomber25

            Haha those are the comments I usually get on this site, always cracks me up.

          • MaxPower

            Oh, I’ve just realized I was on androidauthority. Lol

            You’re such a Chinese nerd

          • balcobomber25

            I might be the biggest Chinese nerd! I come here to brag about how much better we have it lol. Like the article today about Samsung updates. Xiaomi almost gives me too many updates lol.

          • MaxPower

            I’m writing you an email right now. Check it out and reply me when you can

          • balcobomber25


  • Lilla

    Is fronta camera with flash? And what does it look like in not so lit rooms?

  • wow. the best all time

  • kennia gomez

    What phone carrier can I connect a redmi note 3 on in the U.S.?

  • Can anyone command on this phone camera as compared to lg g2 camera…. Or a mi3 camera…

  • jacker

    Suggest redmi note 3 pro version .. Snapdragon 650 support more bands ( 850, 900 etc ) i have a 32GB version 3GB ram version … work 2 week shipping from online store Nextbuying ..

  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Available in cbuystore

    Fingerprint sensors are making smartphones personal on a whole new level. Press your finger gently on the sensor and Redmi Note 3 unlocks in just 0.3s. It’s convenient and so much faster than using patterns or passcodes. Chip-level security encrypts and stores your fingerprint profiles securely so no one can access them—not even you

  • Ravshan

    I also bought it but I cant send sms from both sims
    Maybe some of you know how to do that. I can only send sms from first sim. I cant swap them. I also could not find app for that

  • Drupadh Kumar Sriharsha


    • TheOracle

      Yes. T-Mobile USA.

  • Kashan Ali

    With $69.99 pre-sale price the Bluboo Maya will be came out with 2 GB of super RAM into the markets Get Ready for it!

  • David King

    Why is it a lackluster display?