64GB Xiaomi Mi3 Snapdragon 800 available for international buyers, at a price!

64GB Xiaomi Mi3 Snapdragon 800 available for international buyers, at a price!

Xiaomi mi3 64GB

This week Xiaomi had a quite roll out of 64GB version of the WCDMA Snapdragon 800 phone. Unlike most Xiaomi launches the top of the range Mi3 is already available through resellers.

Xiaomi promised the 64GB Xiaomi Mi3 last year at the launch of the Mi3 in Beijing. Fans have waited for months now, some believing it would never go on sale, but finally the phone is now on sale. The Xiaomi Mi3 64GB packs a 5-inch 1080p display, 2GB RAM, Snapdragon 800 processor, 13 mega-pixel main camera, 3150mAh batter and NFC.

Chinese reseller, SPEmall are one of the first online stores to offer the WCDMA version of the 64GB Xiaomi Mi3 internationally and have even created a discount code for GizChina readers: GIZ3%OFF. The store says they have 200 dark grey versions of the flagship phone available for immediate delivery.

More details can be found on the SPEmall website.

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  • Simon

    Can someone explain under what circumstances you would actually require a 64 GB smartphone ?

    • wacky

      When you dont have a car and you have to use public transportation alot so you need a lot of media (music/movies) i for example am on publix transportation 3 hours a day so my 32gb mi2s isnt enough.

      • Simon

        Sounds good. Do you use OTG – USB to get the extra storage ?

        • Carlos

          Do you carry together with your phone a pendrive all day?
          I don’t know…I prefer 64 Xiaomi 64gb.

          • Simon

            Carlos I don’t have any need for that amount of storage. I was asking wacky what he currently does for storage with his Mi2S because he stated it isn’t enough. Obviously if I needed the GBs then I would certainly buy. I think you misinterpreted my question.

      • john

        I like take pic and video anywhere, the flie is too big so the 64GB is best for me. so i do not have to move the files so frecquently

    • mrsnaki

      Lots of porn.

    • TerrorSpawn

      Seriously? You can’t think of anything?

      • Simon

        I wouldn’t have bothered asking the question if I could think of such: In terms of music you can stream from Google Play Music, SoundCloud etc. I would never watch movies on a phone, so would have no use for that.

        • dmmobile2012

          Simon, please do NOT push your own personal taste to others… it’s annoying! I love big RAM, big internal storage, 64 GB is cool, and support for expansion slot, another 64 GB is great!

          If you like to live with 4GB storage there are plenty cheap low-end models.

          It’s up to my likeness whatever files i’d like to shove into the 64-gb and beyond…

          • Simon

            I wasn’t trying to do that. If you like to have everything on your phone, then thats fair enough 🙂

          • Simon

            10GBs is sufficient at present 🙂

    • Alex

      please keep in mind I’m using voice recognition from my Galaxy Note 2.

      how could you say such a silly thing? If you go back 30 years most computers had 128mb’s of ram & hard drives that were 10 gigabytes or less. matter of fact go Google Timex Sinclair, my friend had one of those and we used to buy magazines that had small programs that we could type in printed in the back of the magazine. Now most computers come with a minimum of 500 gigs for a hard drive and 4 gigs of ram. I just bought a used but like brand spanking new HP dv7 only a year old. It comes with 8 gigs of ram, 1 terabyte hard drive and an empty hard drive Bay, including an mSATA slot, which I plan on putting a 240GB SSD. another pawn shop I have a similar almost identical laptop but considered the gaming edition or Envy dv7. That laptop has even better specs, with 12 gigabytes of RAM and a heavy-duty gaming video card and both of them have Blu ray players and fingerprint readers for close to the same price approximately 450 dollars each.so anyway now that I’ve gone off in a whole different direction, let me try to get back to what I was trying to say. Information is becoming more and more rich and complex in layers and detail which require more space. As an example I have a galaxy note 2 with 16 gigabytes of storage and two gigabytes of RAM and quad core processor. My storage is at least three quarters full with apps pictures and videos. Actually quite a few apps, maybe I’m a hoarder but oh well. I do have a 64 gigabyte micro sd class 10 card in this thing, but unfortunately this phone have problems with 64 gig cards and I have sometimes issues and errors. So yeah I really do wish that this was a 64 gig capable phone but unfortunately even with a custom rom installed it still has issues. mark my words more and more storage will be needed have the future brings more and more complex & detailed media, animation, gaming and content in general.already they have started producing 64-bit mobile processors so you tell me what do you think is going to come next.

      • Simon

        Alex I have no requirement for a 64GB smartphone, so I don’t think its a silly question, if other people need greater than 32GBs and 64GBs is the only option then fair enough. Like you said in the above paragraph – maybe you are a hoarder, I am not

      • Simon

        Also thanks very much for your detailed explanation above, even though it was pretty much to do with computer storage.

  • Lurk

    The time of the Mi3 is over. It’s way too big for todays 5″-competitors.

    • Simon

      I thought it was 5 inches ?

  • Lucky

    Dark Grey = Black? It is the way the phone is listed on Spemall. They also have a silver version, so I suppose that the dark grey is black. Can anyone confirm?

    • john

      the pic show on the spemall website is dark grey, it is almost black. but the xiaomi factory name it as dark grey. till now there only dark grey= black available

  • Simon

    Just to clarify, the reason I asked the question, is because I couldn’t really see how anyone in this present day & age would need to carry greater than 32GBs worth of files on their phones. If you do need it, then that cool. It was out of interest that I asked, and what type of files you would be carrying.

    • Jan Horák

      ROM + Reserve = 5GB
      Navigation with full maps – 5 GB
      5 Games (GTA:SA like) – 5* 2GB = 10 GB
      Bunch of apps: 5 GB
      60 song Albums – 10 GB
      5 Full HD films: 5*4GB = 20GB
      1000 Photos : 5 GB

      Yea, and the 60GB are out…

      • Simon

        Excellent summation of your needs.

      • Allanitomwesh

        Maybe you should you know,watch movies on the TV.

  • Teemu Tammisalo

    for Anyone asking about “who needs 64gb of ROM?”: the price difference between the 32 and 64 gb memories is so little there is no need to make 16, 32 and 64 gb versions. The price difference on some sites are just 50-60$ for 16 and 64 gb versions. And how could a little more space hurt you? It’s not the pricing like on Apple for 16 –> 32 is 100$ more and from 32 –> 64 is 100$ more