Xiaomi Mi3 receives network approval in China

A yellow Xiaomi Mi3 has been spotted on the TENAA website showing that the flagship phone is now officially ready to go on sale across China.

The Chinese Ministry of Communications is the official body which tests all phones and tablets to ensure the comply with network and WIFI regulations. As information of phone which pass is publicly available the TENAA website is a great source of Chinese phone news.

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This is possibly why Xioami officially unveiled the MI3 one month ahead of the scheduled launch of the phone, thus avoiding possible leaks. This Yellow Xiaomi Mi3 appeared in the records today indicating the Mi3 has received a network license for both the Tegra 4 and Snapdragon 800 models!

Chinese fans hoping to get the phone will have to buy the first few batches of the Mi3 through the official Xiaomi store when it finally goes on sale. As well as 2 processor versions, there are also 2 choices of memory. The 16GB option costing 1999 Yuan ($326) and the 64GB 2499 Yuan ($408).

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  1. Mike
    September 10, 2013


    Any ideaif F code will be needed to purchase it here in China?


  2. Harald
    September 10, 2013

    I need it, now!

  3. Ky
    September 13, 2013

    I’m sure F code is needed to buy one from the first batches.

    Any news on exactly when the first batch is coming out though?