Vatsal Impex ,the authorized distributor of Xiaomi smartphone has recently launched the Xiaomi Redmi 3S here in the Nepalese market. The smartphone is targeted towards customers who want a premium smartphone without having to spend much.
The Xiaomi Redmi 3S is priced at Rs 19,999 here and packs a lot for the price you are paying. The smartphone feels and looks premium all thanks to its metallic unibody design. It draws most of its design cues from the Xiaomi Mi Max, which is not a bad thing as its phablet cousin looked gorgeous.
The Redmi 3S packs a 5 inch IPS 720p display with a pixel density of 244 PPI. And under the hood the smartphone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 chipset clocked at 1.4 GHz. It also packs the Adreno 505 GPU along with 2 GB RAM for all your gaming and multitasking needs. The handset also has 16GB of internal memory with support for microSD card expansion up to 256 GB. And yes, the phone does support dual sim cards but since it has a hybrid sim card slot, you can either use one sim card and a microsd card or two sim cards.
The Redmi 3S also sports a 13 MP primary camera with an LED flash and a 5MP front camera. The phone also houses a finger print scanner and if it is anything like that of the Mi Max, it should be pretty quick.
In the software side of things the Phone runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow with Xiaomi’s own custom skin the MIUI7 . And powering the device all up is a massive non-user removable 4100 mah battery. The large battery capacity coupled the fast charging technology will be enough for you to get a full day of heavy usage.
The Xiaomi Redmi 3S is an amazing smartphone which not only looks goods but also performs similarly. Anyone looking for a smartphone with a large display, premium build, a fingerprint scanner, feature packed software and a massive battery will appreciate the Xiaomi Redmi 3S.
I am well aware that the phone is priced a lot higher than in countries like India. Even though this is the case, the fact remains unchanged that this is one of the better phones under the price of Rs 20,000 here in Nepal. And if you are interested in buying one the phone is available from any official retailer of Vatsal Impex. You can also order it online via Xiaomi Nepal’s official website. And people who order the phone within August 17 will also get a Mi Band for free.
So in the end, there is no doubt that the phone is pricier here than in other countries and we wish it was priced more competitively. Nonetheless, the phone is still amazing for the price and you most probably won’t be disappointed with your purchase.