Xiaomi’s upper mid-range flagship, the Mi Note 3 has gotten another price slash. A few weeks ago, Xiaomi sold it for ¥1899 (~$295) for a short period of time. Now it has cut the price down to ¥1799 (~$289).
The new price means the Mi Note 3 (4GB Model) has gotten ¥200 (~$32) off its original price. The other variants have also gotten price cuts following their announcements. Below is a list of their old and new prices:
|Model||Old Price||New Price|
|6GB RAM + 64GB ROM Black||¥2499 (~$398)||¥1899 (~$303)|
|6GB RAM +128GB ROM Black||¥2899 (~$462)||¥2299 (~$366)|
|6GB RAM +128GB ROM Blue||¥2999 (~$478)||¥2399 (~$382)|
Do note that the old prices are the original launch prices as Xiaomi first reduced their prices by ¥200 about three months after the launch.
It has a 5.5” FHD display, a Snapdragon 660 processor, and packs a 3500mAh battery. For optics, the Mi Note 3 has a 16MP 2μm front camera and dual 12MP cameras on the rear with 2x optical zoom and 4-axis OIS.
Other features include NFC, IR blaster, USB-C port, front facing fingerprint scanner, and Face Unlock.