Xiaomi Mi3S spotted at GFX Bench page

GFX Bench has proven itself to be a good source of leaks for upcoming phones in the past, and once again this is the case. The Xiaomi Mi3S has now been spotted over there with more RAM and faster speed.

Tomorrow Xiaomi are believed to be releasing the Mi4 along with a Mi Band braclet, MIUI V6 and possible a host of LTE equipped Redmi phones. The Mi3S could also be one of the new Xiaomi devices to be unveiled.

According to the GFX Bench listing the Mi3S will come with a 4.9-inch (more likely 5-inch) 1080p panel, so the screen appears to remain the same as the current Mi3. The processor however will be upgraded to a 2.5GHz Snapdragon 800. RAM will also get one gig on top, so we will see a total of 3GB inside the Mi3S. The rear camera will feature a 13 mega pixel resolution and will now be capable of doing ultra HD (4k) video recordings. The front camera will take 8 mega pixel pictures. Operating system used on the phone will be Android 4.4.3. So either this is the KitKat based MIUI V5, or the new MIUI V6.

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Tomorrow we will get to know more about the Xiaomi Mi3S, and of course also about the Xiaomi Mi4. Are you excited already?

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  1. Tamy Valle Canton
    July 21, 2014

    aver si me toca algok os e mandado mucha gente a la pagina jajajaj

  2. rajnish kumar
    July 21, 2014

    HELL YES @excited

  3. Ajit Shah
    July 21, 2014

    very very excited.

  4. Airyl
    July 21, 2014

    Very exciting times for Mi fans, myself included.

  5. Eduardo Marques
    July 21, 2014

    Really nice. Just waiting for the price.

  6. Simon
    July 21, 2014

    Anyone intending to purchase this over the Mi4 ?

  7. Aeonia
    July 21, 2014

    hopefully the original one gets a price cut as mi3s and mi4 show up..

  8. Bob
    July 22, 2014

    “The processor however will be upgraded to a 2.5GHz Snapdragon 800”?

    Wasn’t it released originally the 800? Did you mean 801/805?