ByLinky Johnson 2019-04-23 971
In January of this year, Redmi was separated from Xiaomi, becoming REDMI by Xiaomi in a movement identical to the little by Xiaomi that gave you the Pocophone F1 last year and of those who waited for the Pocophone F2 this summer.
Since the independence of REDMI, we have had two very interesting phones like the Redmi Note 7 and the Redmi 7, and it seems that now they prepare the launching of a new mobile of entry range for the younger ones. This is the Redmi Y3, a mobile that is already official and has been shown in the following video shared by Twitter:
In a somewhat strange way, Xiaomi seems to want to highlight the resistance of this new Redmi Y3 throwing stairs down into a wastebasket. The presentation will be held on the 24th in India, a very important country for Xiaomi, and although the motive is expected to be the REDMI Y3, we could see it renamed in the West as Redmi S3 (exactly like the Redmi S2 in its day).
We cannot draw any more conclusions from this new Xiaomi mobile before its presentation, but it is curious how Xiaomi continues to promote the 32 megapixel camera. In the foreground of the video showing maltreating the Redmi Y3, we can see the serigraphy ' ' 32 Mp Selfie ' ' right next to the main cameras, where it does not make much sense.
This is because, from the first moment, Xiaomi is promoting this phone with the hashtag 32MPSuperSelfies, highlighting this quality of the front camera and, in turn, proving that it is a terminal focused on young audiences. We will be out of doubt with all the details of the Redmi Y3 on April 24th. Don't you dare put your cell phone in a trash can and throw it down the stairs.
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