Xiaomi launches the Redmi 3S Plus in India only, to sell offline too
Xiaomi has earlier launched a Redmi 3S smartphone in June of this year and building on that, they have recently introduced a Redmi 3S Plus into the market and there is no mistaking where this one got the inspiration from its design from.
Like its predecessor in the same naming system, the Redmi 3S Plus has been designed in such a way that it sports the stylish design and great aesthetics and having a lot of impressive specs and hardware to consider for just little cost, it is launching only in India and wouldn’t even be sold online there.
Gong to the device itself, the 5 inch Redmi 3S Plus makes use of a QUALCOMM snapdragon 430 chipset and packs 2GB of RAM which is paired to an internal storage space of 32GB. With the storage being expandable as the user sees fit, the back design was completed with a 13MP camera while the front was also adorned with a 5MP snapper.
Coming with support for dual SIM technology, the device would run on the MIUI software from Xiaomi which has been based on the Android Marshmallow 6.0 and packing a fingerprint sensor, it would keep the lights on with the massive 410mAh battery.
As regards the pricing, the Redmi 3S Plus would sell for an equivalent of $149 in the country at a price of Rs. 9499.
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