We all are waiting for some big announcement from Xiaomi India from a long time, yes they did announced Redmi Note Prime, but that again failed to impress many of us, now yesterday Xiaomi India and Manu Jain (Xiaomi India Head) has announced on twitter that they are going to announce ‘Something Wonderful’ today for India, which again opens they doors of speculations and expectations for many.

Xiaomi Something Wonderful Announcement Teaser

On Twitter company has put up a teaser with caption of ‘An exciting announcement will happen tomorrow’, tweet also consist of an image which shows an Aircraft with Mi Generation. T-24 hours to lift off written on it.

As said, this teaser opens the doors of expectations for many, and if were lucky then company might announce Redmi 3 which company has announced in China earlier this week.

In past we had seen Xiaomi has used ‘Always believe something wonderful is about to happen’ for its Redmi series, and Redmi 3 is the latest smartphone from company in this series which was announced at Yuan 699 which means approximately Rs.7,000.

Just to remind you the specs of Redmi 3, it flaunts an 5 inch HD display screen, under the hood it is powered by Octa Core Snapdragon 616 processor along with 2GB of RAM, and includes internal memory of 16GB which can be further expandable via Micro SD card, it has got an hybrid slot which means on first SIM you will be able to insert your SIM card and in second slot you can either insert second SIM card or an Micro SD Card for memory expansion.

When it comes to photographic front, it comes with 13MP rear snapper along with LED flash and Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF), at front it has got 5MP front facing camera for selfies, for connectivity it supports 4G/LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth, Micro USB and GPS, it comes with massive 4,100mAh battery and when it comes to software, it runs on MIUI 7.

We will keep you updated with this news, so stay tuned with for all latest happenings


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