The stats are clear - China's sleek but relatively cheap smartphones are winning in a market where product penetration is only 30 percent, meaning Chinese brands could be headed for big wins in the future. Other reasons that can attribute to the fact that these brands are gradually conquering the market share might be their ability to keep up with the trends, the aggressive marketing strategies used and the ease of purchase(online, although the lack of availability is still an issue).
Without further ado, I would move to laying out the specs of the latest XiaomiRedmi Note 3 which took the Indian smartphone market by storm since its flash sales started in March and have been going on all through the month with intervals of almost 1 week between 2 subsequent sales.
Front Camera 5-megapixel
Resolution 1080x1920 pixels
OS Android 5.1
Rear Camera 16-megapixel
Battery capacity 4050mAh
The phone is priced at Rs. 10,000 and with its 32GB | 3GB RAM variant priced at Rs.12,000 this phone truly is one of the best phones in the below Rs.15,000 segment.
The Redmi Note 3 is a thoughtfully targeted device with a premium metal build, flagship-grade specs, and an iconic MIUI launcher. The third device of the series upgrades the design of the Redmi Note 2 just three months after its premiere, while keeping the same specs, but improving the security with a fingerprint scanner.