Xiaomi Redmi Y3 Survived A Drop Test Without Any Visible Damage

Aadhya Khatri - Apr 22, 2019

Xiaomi Redmi Y3 Survived A Drop Test Without Any Visible Damage

The Redmi Y3 will be launched next week

Xiaomi has scheduled for the launch of a new smartphone in the Indian market next week. The new phone will be the next in line of the Redmi Y series. As the company’s intention is to release a new selfie phone, the new model will feature a 32MP front camera. Before the general mass has the chance to see and experience the phone, there is a drop test of the Redmi Y3 out already to provide the first idea of what interested users can expect from the durability level of the new phone.

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From what we can make out of the video, the new phone has a dual camera arrangement on a gradient panel like what you find on some of Honor’s and Realme’s budget-friendly models. The Redmi Y3 sport a notch display that is of a smaller size than that of on Xiaomi Redmi Note 7.

For the drop test, the phone was tossed into a trash bin and then thrown on stairs. As we expect, it managed to come out of the test intact and did not show any significant damage we can see by naked eyes.

The year 2018 saw the release of the Redmi Y3’s predecessor in India, the Redmi Y2, which will set you back Rs 10,999. The latter sports a 16MP front snapper and on the other side, there is a dual camera setup consisting of a 12MP and a 5MP sensor. The phone is only available online.

Under the hood, the Redmi Y2 runs on Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor with RAM of 4GB and inbuilt storage of 64GB. The phone’s screen measures 5.99 inches with the ratio between the width to the height of 18:9. The whole thing is fueled by a 3,080mAh battery. For extra security, there is a fingerprint sensor on the rear coupled with a facial recognition system.


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