While Xiaomi Mi3 was announced more than a month ago, the Chinese phone maker (who recently poached away Hugo Barra of Google) is yet to inject the device into more markets (save for a select few regions within the walls of China). Well, the wait is almost coming to an end. The Xiaomi Mi3, equipped with 3G WCDMA radio compatibility will soon be available to everyone in China (and everyone else who is willing to get it shipped via a reseller) starting this December. 1,999 Yuan will also fetch you the world's fastest mobile SoC, the Snapdragon 800 MSM8974AB. Also, Xiaomi Mi3 is set to be the world's first Smartphone to feature WiFi 802.11ac support, making this quite a stunning device for its price.
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