piyali, 25 Apr 2016Has it any network problem???...please tell me...I want to buy this phone...Really no problems related to that:)
Sometimes... Really sometimes fingerprint sensor doesn't recognise my fingerprint.Anyone facing such problem?? It rarely happens like that :( and yeah I'm worried if that's only for me
Hei, 25 Apr 2016If you wanna buy redmi note 3 you should buy mediatek model of this phone.. It has octa core 2... moreoh please shut up... all the reviews say the SD model is better with far better GPU too.
is ther any network prblm while swithching frm airplane mode ? how is call quality is it loud ? any heating issue ? wats the battery full charging time taken ? wats the screen on time on fully charged battery ? is it better than lenovo k4 note ?
If you wanna buy redmi note 3 you should buy mediatek model of this phone.. It has octa core 2.0 ghz chipset (helio x10) which is better than sd650. On antutu sd 650 is higher but you should choose mediatek model.
is there any problem with battery.. when i charged the the phn at 35% it shows charging but the battery keeps on reducing..
finics, 25 Apr 2016My colleague has MOTO x play. Bought for 18K. With comparison this phone I have for 10K., Its ... moreHELLO BRO...
i want to buy this phone but iam in lot of confussion does this phone support gamepads keyboard and pendrives easily without having any problems.....
pls tell does this phone support gamepads pendrives and keyboard and mouse with otg??
Hacker , 25 Apr 2016Ask me any question related this phone i m using since 2 months Camera quality.. ...
phone supports applock using fingerprint//// ?????
zaidu, 25 Apr 2016Can anybody tell me what is the draw back of this phone. I m confused between RN3 and Moto X p... moreMy colleague has MOTO x play. Bought for 18K. With comparison this phone I have for 10K., Its really bang for buck. No heating problem, awesome battery life, good pictures. I will say, great experience for me, have got 6 Hours of screen on time with 20% battery remaining.
Has it any network problem???...please tell me...I want to buy this phone...
abhi plz tell me which one is better among lenovo k4 , k5 and redmi note 3.?
and is it any other better option in a range of 12k.?
plz tell me....
Abhi D, 25 Apr 2016Restart your phone. Happened with me too once. And update your phone to latest versionI have updated the latest version. And restarted many times. Also restored my phone but didn't happen anything. Please help
Xiaomi model really got reboot issue? anyway same go to RN3.. please advise....
2 observations after using note 3 for past few days
it heated of whole day yesterday whatever i do calls browsing and others..may be yesterday weather is too hot.
I noticed its SAR value is bit high around 1.27
Hacker , 25 Apr 2016Ask me any question related this phone i m using since 2 months are u facing lagging problems??
Amazing! Fantastic! Incredible! This is One (((((((AWESOME))))))) Phone!!!!! :-D
Have used it for 1 month now. I almost can't believe it is working so well.
I needed a new phone desperately. The battery in my 5yo Sony Ericsson phone was dying and it needed recharging 3 or 4 times daily. Phone was still working fine, though - a testament to Sony's high quality.
One year ago, I bought a Microsoft Lumia 535. Bad phone. It couldn't do things I wanted it to do and bought it for. E.g., I thought it would interface with my Windows PC seamlessly. No, it didn't - a big disappointment. No OTG. Couldn't transfer SMS messages and lists from my old phone. So I had to continue using my old phone. It's no surprise Lumia sales have dropped drastically recently.
My first choice was the expensive Sony Xperia M4 Aqua but the store chain (Challenger Singapore) did not stock it. So I decided on the Asus Zenfone 2, which was on special offer but they said it was sold out at all stores.
I had to 'settle' for the Redmi Note 3 at its listed price, and felt apprehensive about buying a China-made device. Looking back now, I am laughing at my own apprehension...LOL!
Set up the phone, updated firmware to MIUI Global 188.8.131.52(LHMMIDA), removed/disabled unwanted apps, and played around with it. The learning curve was surprisingly gentle. It was much easier to get used to than the Lumia phone. Touch response felt totally different from the Lumia phone, which has a serious touch problem. Interfaced with my PC without any hassle.
After one month's use, I have no issues at all. There is no overheating problem (this is due to too many apps running in the background whilst on heavy, prolonged usage), no dropped calls or data connection, no hanging when browsing (this is a problem of the website visited and not the device; my PC too always hangs on certain sites), no battery drain (this is due to always-on apps and other background activity), no glitches, whatsoever!
Maybe one teeny 'problem', but this is just me and is not about the phone. Auto-sync. This was simply resolved by switching off the function or deleting the relevant cloud account.
Battery easily lasts more than a day, even with heavy browsing and watching YouTube videos. Charging is super fast - from 15% to 100% in less than 1.5 hours! On standby and with very light usage (making lists, changing settings, etc), the battery remains at 100% for 8 hours or longer! That is how efficient this phone is.
I have 2 micro-SIMs - one only for data, the other only for phone. Data SIM goes into the first slot, phone SIM into the second slot. What I really like is that, in the toggle screen, I can switch off mobile data (SIM 1) and I can still receive phone calls/messages (SIM 2).
I can also turn on Hotspot and my PC automatically connects (after configuration) to my Redmi for Internet access. I now do not need to use my Huawei mobile broadband dongle.
Wifi connection, when on the move, works flawlessly.
Camera works fine. What is really cool, is the Zoom function, which can be controlled by the Volume button. Most phone cameras do not have Zoom and you would have to pay for an app in order to have it.
The best thing is the low, low price, which does not seem to match the solid quality experienced so far. It could be, as one poster said, that Xiaomi is on a branding mission and they are putting out 'loss leaders'. Once the branding is complete, I doubt their prices will continue to remain this low. Just like what happened with Sony and Samsung. So grab it now while the price is still so cheap for such an awesome phone. Or you may regret it later.