Xiaomi Redmi Y series consists of lower midrange phones. Xiaomi Redmi Y2 was a rebranded version of Redmi S2 and Y1 was the rebranded version of Redmi 5A. We expect Redmi Y3 to be a phone in a similar price range.
It is logical to think that Redmi Y3 will be a rebranded version of another Redmi phone like in the past. But it seems, this time, Redmi Y3 will be a completely different phone.
Not much has leaked about the phone yet. The only things we know about the Redmi Y3 is that it will be launched on 24th April in India and that it will have a 32MP selfie camera. So basically, this picture is the only dirt that we could find on Xiaomi Y3. But even this picture tells us one thing more about the phone – it will have a waterdrop notch.
The company has sent out media invites which says that the Redmi Y3’s launch event will kick off at 12:00pm IST. Redmi also tweeted about the event on Twitter. In another tweet, Redmi teased that the Redmi Y3 will pack a large battery that will last its users all day.
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I know this is not adequate info to get excited about a phone but we still have 8 days to go and the leaks will start funneling soon. Other things that we can anticipate with this phone is the inclusion of Android Pie and MIUI 10. We can also say with near certainty that the phone will come with at least a dual camera set up at the back.
That’s about it for now. We don’t know if this phone will come to Nepal but it might. Keep checking Techlekh to see to know more about this phone and its price and launch in Nepal.
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