A couple of months after last year’s Redmi Note 3 release, Xiaomi (also known as China’s own Apple) has announced today a ‘Pro’ variant of the device, one which comes with slight bump hardware to accommodate 4G+/VoLTE customers in Asia (supports all China’s carriers) and those that are looking to get more out of the Camera.
Redmi Note 3 Pro comes with the same 5.5″ Full HD display, same 2GB/3GB of RAM and 16GB/32GB (depending on the model), and a 4,050 mAh battery. The differences between the two Redmi Note 3 versions is at the heart; the MediaTek Helio X10 chipset is replaced with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 650 to offer 4G+ / VoLTE Category 7 connectivity and the 13MP camera on the 2015 model is now replaced by a 16MP Camera sensor module.
The 16GB Redmi Note 3 Pro costs only $150 that’s how cheap it is, while the 32GB model has no price yet. Xiaomi is yet to announce availability for both Redmi Note 3 Pro as the Chines mobile maker hasn’t revealed which markets will receive it and when, beside China.
Earlier this week, Xiaomi also introduced Redmi 3, a low-end model powered by MIUI ROM based on Android operating system.
So, what do you think? Is Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 3 Pro worth spending money on?