Xiaomi Mi 3: Specs, News, Features, Reviews & Apps

How to add, delete homescreens, widgets, create folders and more on the Xiaomi Mi 3

How to add, delete homescreens, widgets, create folders and more on the Xiaomi Mi 3

At first glance, the app launcher on the Xiaomi Mi 3 is pretty lacklustre compared to what other Android devices offer. Buried deep into the Settings menu though, are a plethora of options to customize and organize the app launcher in Mi 3 and MIUI.

If you are wondering how to organize, add/delete homescreens and change the transition effects, check out the steps below. 

MIUI v6 developer preview for the Xiaomi Mi 3 and Mi 4 released

MIUI v6 developer preview for the Xiaomi Mi 3 and Mi 4 released

A couple of weeks after officially unveiling MIUI v6, Xiaomi has gone ahead and released the developer preview build of its latest OS for the Chinese variant of the Mi 3 and the recently announced Mi 4.

How to use Permissions Manager in MIUI to deny access to permissions to apps

How to use Permissions Manager in MIUI to deny access to permissions to apps

MIUI started off a custom ROM initially before Xiaomi started shipping it on their smartphones including the Mi 3. For an OEM firmware, MIUI packs in a plethora of customization options, which are usually found in custom ROMs. One such feature in MIUI is Permissions Manager, which is found only in certain custom ROMs. 

How to root the Xiaomi Mi 3

How to root the Xiaomi Mi 3

The Xiaomi Mi 3 might be an year old but it is a fine handset by all means, especially for the price it retails at in most of the Asian markets. While the development community around the device is not really flourishing because of the lack of source from Xiaomi, it is an incredibly easy device to root.

If you are looking to root the Snapdragon variant of Mi 3, simply follow the steps below.

Xiaomi Mi 3 review: The new mid-range king

Xiaomi Mi 3 review: The new mid-range king

Xiaomi is the number one smartphone OEM in China but the company has little presence outside of its home market. However, ever since the company hired ex-Googler Hugo Barra as its VP, it has been expanding rapidly in many new markets.

In July, the company announced its intention of jumping into another fiercely competitive smartphone market — India — with its last year flagship handset — the Xiaomi Mi 3 at an extremely tempting price. So, how good is Xiaomi’s last year flagship? Is it worth the money (and hype) or is it just another “Chinese phone from a Chinese OEM”? Read our review to find out.

Xiaomi Mi 4 vs. Xiaomi Mi 3: Tech Specs

Xiaomi Mi 4 vs. Xiaomi Mi 3: Tech Specs

Xiaomi’s latest flagship — the Mi 4 — might seem similar to its predecessor, the Mi 3, at a quick glance but look through the details and you will realize how different both handsets really are.

The Mi 4 might seem like a modest upgrade over the Mi 3, and it is, but they have the potential of greatly increasing the overall usability experience of the device. 

Xiaomi Mi 3 Tech Specs

Xiaomi Mi 3 Tech Specs

The Xiaomi Mi 3 might be an year old but it is by no means a bad handset, especially at its price tag of $230 at which it will be sold in India. That’s what the 16GB Moto G costs and the Xiaomi Mi 3 beats it to the punch in the performance as well as the value for money department.

Check out the specs of the Xiaomi Mi 3 below to find out what makes it so special. 

Xiaomi Redmi Note and Redmi 1S coming to India for Rs. 9,999 and Rs. 6,999

Xiaomi Redmi Note and Redmi 1S coming to India for Rs. 9,999 and Rs. 6,999

Besides the Mi 3, Xiaomi also unveiled the Redmi Note and Redmi 1S for the Indian market. Both devices are cheaper and less powerful than the Mi 3 but offer a never seen before value-for-money. 

Xiaomi unveils the Mi 3 for Rs. 13,999 in India

Xiaomi unveils the Mi 3 for Rs. 13,999 in India

 

Xiaomi, pronounced shaome and to be known only as Mi in India, today officially kick-started its Indian operations by launching its last year flagship — the Mi 3 — for only Rs. 13,999. Even though the handset is an year old, it sports some impressive specs and offers a stellar value for money.

Xiaomi Mi 3 coming to India for only Rs 14,999 on July 15th

Xiaomi Mi 3 coming to India for only Rs 14,999 on July 15th

Xiaomi, one of the fastest growing OEMs in China, has announced the release of its first smartphone in India — the Xiaomi Mi 3. The handset sports top-of-the-line specs for a price that rivals even the Moto G in the value for money department.