Xiaomi Redmi Y3 is now official with a staggering 32MP selfie camera, Launched in India Along with Redmi 7

Khawar Nazir

Xiaomi has just released the new Redmi Y3 in India today, along with the Redmi 7. The later has already been launched in China last month and now it reaches India, which actually means that handset will hopefully make into Pakistan very soon.

Both the handsets are totally identical with the exception of a more advanced front camera on Y3. As a continuation of the Redmin Y-series, the Y3 is also a selfie-focused smartphone carrying a 32-megapixel front camera. 

The 32MP front selfie sensor on Redmi Y3 combines four pixels into one, so the final result is basically an 8-megapixel image. The front camera also supports Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) and video recording at 1080p Full HD resolution.

Rest of the features on both the devices are same, including a 6.26-inch screen with HD+ (1520 × 720 pixels) resolution and a compact notch for the front camera. Both have an Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor and dual camera setup at the back. The resolution of the main cameras on both the Redmi twins is 12MP with 1.12-micron pixel size and aperture size is f / 2. The second camera is a 2MP depth Sensor.

Moving on to the backs of Redmi 7 and Y3, the duet has the same gradient finish, protected by Gorilla Glass 5. Three different color options are available and There is also a fingerprint reader in the back.

In addition to a glossy back, both feature a 4,000 mAh battery, latest Android 9 pie, and a SIM tray to hold two SIM card and a microSD memory card together at the same time. Instead of the USB Type-C, both have old Micro-USB ports, and both have a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

Xiaomi Redmi Y3's Official Specs & Expected Price

We have already covered the Redmi 7's Launch details and Pricing on its Launch event in China. As for the Redmi Y3 is concerned, The 3GB/32GB will be available in India at just 9,999 INR, or about 20,000 Pakistani rupees without taxes. The 4GB/64GB variant, on the other hand, will cost around 11,999 Indian rupees or about 24,000 Pakistani Rupees without taxes.


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