Anonymous, 28 Jul 2016Why are your country so poor that you can't afford 2 phone & need a dual sim phone.. lolYou think using 2 phones is wise!! Really!! And that also to use multiple sims..!!
I will suggest u not to talk this with your friends.. they will not stop their laugh.
Benny, 28 Jul 2016Why does everybody complain about Gorilla Glass??? Are people THAT lazy to search the infos... moreReally impressive analysis you have made about the Redmi products particularly the touch screens. I am also vivid lover of Redmi products. Its a worthy If like this companies are not coming into market Koreans rules would continued.
Anonymous, 28 Jul 2016Why are your country so poor that you can't afford 2 phone & need a dual sim phone.. lolThat's stupid to buy 2 phone and carry them all day in you pocket. Dual sim is an excellent idea . All in one . Only stupid's would buy 2 phone just because they need to use 2 sim.
Jayant, 28 Jul 2016why the hell Redmi pro has 5.5'' inch screen? it is not a Note series product. They should hav... moreWhy are your country so poor that you can't afford 2 phone & need a dual sim phone.. lol
divis200, 28 Jul 2016I'm using Redmi note 3 SD version and I can actually confirm that it overheats. I'm using late... moreI'm using the same (however on MIUI 7) and never encountered heating issues even while playing games or executing heavy tasks. You just confirmed, that you are using MIUI 8 Beta .. that explains it .. I don't think, it is a hardware problem ..
Coffeemilotea, 28 Jul 2016The wifi spec is a bit disappointing/let down when compare to its predecessor i.e. redmi note ... moreand also to add on, the price is slightly more expensive which is almost touching the price of similarly spec model from competitors. It loses the upper hand in term of price which is Mi strongest selling point. Give it another few more years, if this is the trend then probably Mi will be no different than the others. Still, I like everything about Mi phone and the price is what drive me to buy its phone. May change if there are more options. So, Mi please watch out.
The wifi spec is a bit disappointing/let down when compare to its predecessor i.e. redmi note 2 and note 3, especially if what was stated here is true/final. Just 802.11 b/g/n without dual band or ac which is a deal breaker for those who uses wifi a lot.
why the hell Redmi pro has 5.5'' inch screen? it is not a Note series product. They should have made it 5" inch, should reduce overall weight and dimension. and why everybody is going with hybrid sim slot. we indians want dual sim plus a separate slot for sd card.I hope xiomi is listening. I hope they have better DAC.
Anonymous, 28 Jul 2016No, X20/X25 series get heat issue (Pro 6 get this issue even has built in cooler component) SD... moreI'm using Redmi note 3 SD version and I can actually confirm that it overheats. I'm using latest beta miui 8. Also i've never heard of x20 overheating. In cpu tasks helio x20/25 is much better than 650 and the gpu is around 20% better. One more thing, you should look at how great the os runs on redmi pro. There already are some videos. Snapdragon is good because ROMs and stuff, but never once I've wanted to switch from miui.
using redmi note 3 pro at the moment and can't ask for more!
This one looks even better, price will be the major selling point
Not better than redmi note 3
Some features best like display and camera and processor core
But mediatek not better than snapdaragon
prem, 27 Jul 2016i bet you mtk x20,x25 are the better then qualcomm's 620,625,410,425,808,810 chips and one ... moreNo, X20/X25 series get heat issue (Pro 6 get this issue even has built in cooler component) SD 625,650,650 its better because better features,temperature,battery efficiency and supports.
naveen , 27 Jul 2016hybrid sim is the worst con for every mobile I think using single sim is better because dual sim will create lot of network wave closer to our body and may cause cancer.
Why does everybody complain about Gorilla Glass???
Are people THAT lazy to search the infos regarding the Xiaomi screens???
Xiaomi uses multiple suppliers for the Redmi screens, so these are not Corning GG per se. The actual screen glass specs vary a bit, but the numbers clearly show a superior protection. In more simplistic terms: THESE SCREENS ARE BETTER THAN GORILLA GLASS.
The toughness of a screen is measured by Â‘VickerÂ’s Hardness TestÂ’.
The test includes a prism-shaped diamond being pressed into the screen, which creates an indent. A VickerÂ’s Hardness Number is calculated by dividing the amount of force applied by the square millimeter of the indent.
Rating Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Corning Gorilla Glass 4
Density 2.39 Â– 2.45 g/cm3 2.42 g/cm3
YoungÂ’s Modulus 69.3 Â– 70 GPa 65.8 GPa
Shear Modulus 28.5 Â– 30 GPa 26.0 GPa
VickerÂ’s Hardness (200g load) from 534 Â– 590 kgf/mm2 from 489 kgf/mm2
to 649 Â– 670 kgf/mm2 to 596 kgf/mm2
Xiaomi says the Redmi Note 3′s screen has a VickerÂ’s Hardness Number of 649 Â– 670 kgf/mm2. This number is comparable with CorningÂ’s Gorilla Glass 4, which is present on most high-end flagship smartphones these days. In comparison to the Redmi Note 3, the VickerÂ’s Hardness Number for CorningÂ’s Gorilla Glass 4 is 596 kgf/mm2. It is clear that the Redmi Note 3′s display is equally, if not more adept at surviving the everyday rigors of life.
All Redmi screens are like that. Don't panic, don't rush to buy a tempered glass protector, don't tell BS about it. Read. Learn. Be somewhat smart. Enough said.