Xiaomi Redmi 3S Plus is official: low-cost handset with octa-core chip and 4100 mAh battery


Xiaomi has just taken the wraps off the Redmi 3S Plus, which seems to be similar if not identical to the Redmi 3S launched back in June by the Chinese firm. Like the earlier model, it offers a stylish design and reasonable set of internal hardware for not a lot of money and curiously, will launch in India as an offline exclusive. 

It’s no secret that Xiaomi’s rise to prominence in the smartphone arena has been largely thanks to its online sales. But as we heard earlier in the week, the firm is looking to bring its handsets to brick and mortar …