The price was continue in China with Xiaomi reducing the retail price of their flagship Xiaomi Mi3 for a second time since launch.
The 16GB Xiaomi Mi3, which packs a 5-inch 1080 display, 2GB RAM, Snapdragon 800 CPU and more, originally launched for 1999 Yuan. In the month since the phone launched prices have were first slashed to 1799 Yuan and now an incredible 1499 Yuan.
Both the China Mobile Nvida powered model and WCDMA Snapdragon 800 versions enjoy the new price point, while the 64GB model remains at 1999 Yuan (the same price as a 16GB OnePlus One).
International resellers haven’t commented on how they will handle the price drop but we should see some price changes over the coming days.