Xiaomi launched the Mi Note 3 a few months ago in September with two memory configurations: 6GB/64GB and 6GB/128GB. The 64GB model runs CNY 2,299 ($346) while the one with double the storage capacity goes for CNY 2,699 ($406). These numbers reflect prices after Xiaomi discounted them shortly after launch.
The new variant brings the Xiaomi Mi Note 3 to a lower price point to attract more customers. The new tier features 4GB of RAM instead of 6GB. Storage capacity remains the same at 64GB for the entry-level model and it will run CNY 1,999 ($301). This new model will only be available in the pretty, blue option starting on November 23.
Other than the RAM reduction, there’s nothing else different about the cheaper Mi Note 3 tier. It has the same Snadragon 660 CPU, 5.5-inch 1080p LCD display, and dual-12MP cameras.
but 1st batch products always overpriced, more expensive than official price. I hate xiaomi market strategy
Thats why i always buy 1st batch when they release a new model to get the best hardware, btw not only camera sensor, but screen too, JDI, SHARP, LG on mi series, and BOE, TIANMA on redmi series
Sony sensor camera just for feedback from reviewers and for the hype ofc ! Redmi Note 4 (SD), Mi4c, Mi Note, Mi 4 are the examples