Hi allJ Today I want to intro­duce you to the coolest phone — Xiao­mi Red­mi 3s, not only a killer of flag­ships, but also a killer of state employ­ees. Per­haps the most suc­cess­ful device with the most deli­cious price. Go.

The smart­phone, as usu­al, is made in the style of state employ­ees from Xiao­mi. Met­al heel counter round­ed at the edges with plas­tic inserts at the top and bot­tom. Scan­ner, which is locat­ed on the back of the device, does not work very fast, but accu­rate­ly. In a week of use, there was only one mis­read­ing.
All body parts fit well. Noth­ing creaks when squeezed.
The device is very com­pact, it is con­ve­nient to use it with one hand. For own­ers of small palms, the man­u­fac­tur­er has pro­vid­ed the device with a one-hand­ed mode.
Dis­play. The Xiao­mi Red­mi 3s smart­phone has a 5‑inch
Ips matrix with a res­o­lu­tion of 1280 by 720 pix­els. The col­or repro­duc­tion of the screen is close to nat­ur­al, with the abil­i­ty to adjust the col­or tem­per­a­ture. The view­ing angles are not very wide, the black col­or burns out when the device is tilt­ed. The bright­ness adjust­ment range is also not very wide. When exposed to direct sun­light, the max­i­mum bright­ness lev­el will not always be able to pro­vide full vis­i­bil­i­ty of the screen. The min­i­mum is enough for use in the dark.
Iron. The smart­phone has an octa-core proces­sor
snap­drag­on 430 clocked at 1.4 GHz. The video in this device process­es Adreno 505. The built-in stor­age can be 16 or 32 GB, with the pos­si­bil­i­ty of expand­ing mem­o­ry with mem­o­ry cards up to 256 GB. RAM can also, either 2 or 3 GB.
The smart­phone copes with almost all tasks with­out prob­lems, heavy toys work at max­i­mum set­tings. Lags are infre­quent.
Heat­ing is present, but not strong. The device just gets warm.
Bat­tery .Xiao­mi Red­mi 3s has a 4100 mAh bat­tery. The oper­at­ing time of the device is 9.5 hours of active work. In gen­er­al, this is enough for 1–2 days of use, depend­ing on the load.
The mul­ti­me­dia speak­er pro­duces a good sound. It is loud and rich, bass is also in mod­er­a­tion. There are no prob­lems with head­phones. It is also pos­si­ble to adjust the sound for your­self using the equal­iz­er.
Cam­era. The main cam­era is rep­re­sent­ed by a 13-megapix­el matrix. As for a state employ­ee, the frames are pret­ty good, but a lit­tle over­ex­posed. But if you turn on
HDRyou can fix all the jambs of the cam­era — the col­ors become more sat­u­rat­ed, but blue begins to appear.
The video is writ­ten in
Full HD with aver­age qual­i­ty, refo­cus­ing speed is aver­age.
The front cam­era, like the main cam­era, takes aver­age qual­i­ty pic­tures, also over­ex­posed.
In gen­er­al, as for an inex­pen­sive smart­phone, the pho­to capa­bil­i­ties are very wor­thy.
The sys­tem is based on
Android 6.0.1 and cov­ered with a pro­pri­etary shell miui .Launch­er works smooth­ly and with­out slow­downs. Also, in the firmware there is the abil­i­ty to change not only the wall­pa­per, but also themes.
Of the inter­est­ing addi­tions, I can high­light parental con­trol, and a sim­pli­fied mode.
Con­clu­sion. Xiao­mi Red­mi 3s is quite a good smart­phone. For the same mon­ey, “A” brands offer devices with weak fill­ing, and Chi­nese com­peti­tors are also dis­tin­guished by poor build qual­i­ty. For such mod­est mon­ey, you get a device in a com­pact body and a large bat­tery, a good (for a bud­get smart­phone) cam­era and per­for­mance.