Xiaomi has become the second largest smartphone vendor in India in Q4 2016 with 10.7 percent market share, according to latest report from IDC. The Chinese smartphone maker also said it has sold more than three million units of Redmi 3S (includes Redmi 3S, Redmi 3S Prime and Redmi 3S+) in less than six months.
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One of our main concerns nowadays in smartphones is the longevity of battery life. However, the battery life can be extended by using it carefully by limiting its functionalities. Nowadays, the handset manufacturers are addressing this battery life issue in several ways — larger battery, quick charging technology and power efficient chips. Continue reading “Top 10 Smartphones with long battery life”
Xiaomi launched the Redmi 3S and Redmi 3S Prime, budget 4G smartphones with metal body in India back in August on Mi.com and Flipkart starting at Rs. 6999. Today Flipkart announced that it has sold over 1 million or 10 lakh units of these phones within 3 months of launch. Xiaomi recently said that it sold more than 2.3 million or 23 lakh units of Redmi Note 3 smartphones in India till September. Continue reading “Xiaomi sells over 1 million Redmi 3S and Redmi 3S Prime smartphones on Flipkart”
As the competition progressively gets tougher in the Indian smartphone space, we’re increasingly seeing Xiaomi get more aggressive. Not just on price but also with the frequency of launches, the company wants to retain and enhance its foothold in the bread and butter, sub 10,000 rupee market. As millions of Indians start buying their first smartphones, it is this very segment where most manufacturers are hankering to grab a piece of the pie. We’ve had our hands on the Xiaomi Redmi 3S Prime for a couple of days now and here’s our review. Continue reading “Xiaomi Redmi 3S Prime Review”