The launch of Reliance Jio has led to a lot of confusion among the average Indian consumers on whether their phone supports Jio or not. With Jio’s backend being light years ahead of what other carriers in the country offer, this is not surprising.
Xiaomi is no longer the unicorn of the smartphone market that it was once hailed by everyone. The company has been outgunned by other local Chinese OEMs like Huawei, Oppo, and Vivo. Nonetheless, this does not mean the company does not release impressive handsets — far from that. The company’s budget mid-ranger, the Redmi Note 3, is still the most impressive handset that I have used this year.
Xiaomi’s new budget wonder, the Redmi 3s and Redmi 3s Prime, goes on sale in India later today. For its price, the handset is absolutely game changing and offers the perfect balance between performance, build quality, features, and price.