Xiaomi India News: Redmi Y3 India to be Launched on April 24

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Xiaomi India has confirmed that Redmi Y3 India is all set to be launched in India. There has been a kind of teasing from the company on its launch in the Redmi Y-series. The company has officially confirmed that the upcoming Redmi Y-series device will be launched as Redmi Y3 on April 24. The device is going to come with an extraordinary high-resolution front camera. Xiaomi confirmed on Twitter that the device will be having 32-megapixel front snapper.

The launch event will begin from 12:00 pm IST on April 24. The media invites to the media authorities have been given. The company has been advertising and marketing this smartphone under the hashtag “#32MPSuperSelfie” which shows that the company is trying to attract the people on the basis of highly equipped camera. The design of the device is not yet unveiled but it is expected that the device will have a waterdrop notch whose shape will be quite similar to Redmi Note 7 and that notch will have 32MP selfie camera.

Tweet of Redmi on Redmi Y3 India

The Xiaomi Redmi Y3 was spotted on the database of Wi-fi Alliance. However, any internal hardware specification was not revealed but it confirmed that Redmi Y3 India will be carrying the model number M1810F6G. The device will run on MIUI 10 based Android Pie. The company has been also teasing with the battery life of the device. It is expected that it will have better battery life. The rumors say that the device will be powered with a 4,000 mAH battery. Its specifications are not yet out but it can be expected that the device will run on Snapdragon 632 SoC processor and it will have a full HD display. There are also rumors that the will be comprising of the dual rear camera.

The complete specification will revealed in the launch event. So, we will have to wait till April 24 to see what Remi Y3 India will have in it.

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