China-based Xiaomi sold 11 million Android cell phones in the first quarter of this current year, and wants to offer what added up to 60 million units all around 2014.
As stated by Chinese site my drives, the new Mi3s will have a configuration improved with "additional metal." Its specs will be enhanced also, purportedly including a quad-center Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 3gb of RAM, LTE connectivity, a 8mp front-confronting Polaroid, and a 13mp back camera. The handset's presentation appears to be like the screen of the Mi3: a 5-crawl, 1080p board.
It's said that Xiaomi will offer the Mi3s for $320 1,999 CNY. There's no expression on precisely when the handset will be discharged. Then again, as it happened with the Mi3, the new Mi3s ought to be accessible in China first. Since Xiaomi began offering handsets in additional Asian markets as of late, the Mi3s will likely not be a China-selective gadget. At the same time we'll see what happens.