Anonymous, 22 Aug 2016Pls dont buy redmi note 3 as it has very delicate screen.. It breaks very easily even at a min... moreIf your phone falls on it's edge nothing can protect it even gorilla glass (a case can do that but i m talking about screen protection) actually this phone has a protective glass equal to gg3 and you can check it's hardiness on YouTube.
Anonymous, 22 Aug 2016Pls dont buy redmi note 3 as it has very delicate screen.. It breaks very easily even at a min... moreDepends upon the impact and ur luck..It is glass it will break..Mine felt 5-6 times..twice from Ear height it survived the fall..All depends upon ur luck..
AnonD-566024, 22 Aug 2016Yeah too bad chipset mediatekactually not too bad it is quite good, i just like the idea of having 3 cluster cpu awesome work done by mtk. rest of the thing i dont know about mtk so cant cmd. i am snapdragon fanboy.
AnonD-555667, 22 Aug 2016Got Jio sim on Redmi Note 3.Where and what's your locality?
sujeeth kumar, 21 Aug 2016Remove the sims and give rest for 30 mintrskey.i ll try.
AnonD-575045, 22 Aug 2016I mean redmi 3 pro not redmi pro Redmi pro not realease yet in my country Sorry for My bad ... moreYou might think that buying an octacore is better than quad core or a deca core is better than both but that's not always the case. There are multiple factors that dictate efficiency of those 8 cores. It depends on CPU frequency, software designed to take advantage of all the 8 cores and the Chip's design and architecture itself. The biggest culprit is usually software. Mobile games are often optimized to make use of multiple cores to deliver better performance. However more importantly that's not the case with all applications. In fact most apps are developed to use 1 or 2 cores at most. However the processor still activates all cores and the other elements of the chip and thus your battery will be affected. The processor might look like a small chip but there's a lot of circuitry involved. The design of the processor has a large impact on its performance. All cores running simultaneously is marketed but that's not true, that is why some manufacturers advertises true octa cores which is when all 8 cores are running. However the funny thing is that no application at the time of writing is coded to take advantage of all 8 cores of that kind of power. Infact, even the latest android games runs fine on quad core, provided it is backed by a capable gpu. Apart from the number of cores, the core itself can be different. This is best illustrated with ARMÂ’s Cortex-A series of processors, which is the most widely used series around. The Cortex-A series has the following processors in its family, from most powerful to least powerful: A72, A57, A53, A17, A15, A9, A7, A5. So the biggest takeaway here is not to look at terms like Â“quad-coreÂ” and Â“octa-coreÂ” to decide the best processor for you. Instead, overall device performance is what mattersSimple numbers are easier to promote, and the customer is duped into caring about these numbers when they have minimal real-world effect on the performance of the device.
AnonD-496754, 22 Aug 2016How?? In Mumbai they aren't givingHere, they are giving on any 4g phone, my friend got for his Oppo and I am getting one sim for my OP3 and Moto too, later today.
Pls dont buy redmi note 3 as it has very delicate screen.. It breaks very easily even at a minimal height
AnonD-575045, 22 Aug 2016I mean redmi 3 pro not redmi pro
Redmi pro not realease yet in my countryI mean redmi 3 pro not redmi pro
Redmi pro not realease yet in my country
Sorry for My bad
BTW decacore is amazing too!!
AnonD-555667, 22 Aug 2016Got Jio sim on Redmi Note 3.How?? In Mumbai they aren't giving
AnonD-496754, 21 Aug 2016Give full miui version bro like 18.104.22.168 LHOMIDE like dis..MIUI Global 7.2 I Stable
AnonD-575045, 22 Aug 2016If you had more budget I suggest to choose rn3 5,5 inch screen is amazingbro redmi pro is more expensive than redmi note 3 and it is also have an OLED screen and dual camera that is superior than rn3. btw both are 5.5 incher
ace, 22 Aug 2016xiaomi redmi pro or xiaomi redmi note 3? T_T im confuseRedmi pro rips through rn3 clean without a sweat with its shear raw performance. However if flashing is your thing then, would love rn3 since snapdragon supports larger community of nerds working to give you the power for you to play around with your thing(gets bricked sometimes but it's all part of the charm). When push come to shove, rn3 isn't as edgy as redmi pro(there's a reason they named it pro) but it doed gets most of the part right with its disappointing low light shots shying away from bringing out better photos). Yup the choice is yours! Make the wrong pick and prepare yourself to tour into various sites looking for answers which seem to justify your mistake and encourage you to do the same mistake again! Peace