Xiaomi is not a new name when it comes to smartphones, especially for those residing in China. The company has released it’s popular Xiaomi Mi3 smartphone in Singapore for a just S$419 (almost $330), which isn’t a very deal considering the specifications of the device.
For S$419, you’ll get your hands on the 3G-enabled version of the device with 16GB storage on board.
Xiaomi Mi3 comes with a 5-inch display sporting a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution with 2GB of RAM on board. Under the hood, it features a Snapdragon 800 chipset with a clock speed of 2.3GHz and 16GB of storage on board. On the rear, it features a 13MP camera for photos and videos with a 2.1Mp front-facing camera.
It’s not just the only device from Xiaomi that was launched in Singapore. Xiaomi also launched its Redmi in the region, which received a very positive response in the market, and we’re hoping the same treatment will be given to the Xiaomi Mi3 as well.
The company was absent from one of the biggest mobile shows, the Mobile World Congress, which took place last month in Barcelona. Additionally, there’s no word about the launch of the handset in Europe or the US, although you can get the unlocked units from retailers, but there’s no word about the carrier availability at the moment.