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Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Review

1.http://gadgets.ndtv.com/mobiles/reviews/xiaomi-...

Xiaomi’s Redmi series has been wildly popular over the past few years and for good reason. The low prices and good features have really set these models apart, and even other Chinese players have found them hard to compete with. Thanks to this competition, you can get a lot more in a budget or even mid-range smartphone than you used to be able to a few years ago.

After pushing powerful components and cutting prices, manufacturers have started focusing on premium aesthetics and build quality, which appeal even more to customers. We’ve seen a lot of metal being being used by companies rather than plastic, such as with the recently released Honor 5 X (Review) and Le Eco Le 1s (Review). In terms of specifications, 3GB of RAM is not something to boast about anymore, and Coolpad has proven to everyone with the Coolpad Note 3 (Review) that even fingerprint sensors are not restricted to premium phones.

In light of all this, the Redmi 2 series feels a bit dated, and so Xiaomi is right on time with the new Redmi Note 3. We had a first look at the device back in December, although that was the original version running on a MediaTek processor. The one launched in India sports a more potent Qualcomm chip which should make it more competitive. Just like the Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime, the Redmi Note 3 will also be made in India.

The two biggest competitors for the Redmi Note 3 that immediately spring to mind are the Lenovo Vibe K4 Note and LeEco’s Le 1s. Can Xiaomi’s latest offering become the undisputed winner in the sub-Rs.15,000 segment? Let’s find out.

Look and feel
The moment you take it out of the box, the Redmi Note 3 looks and feels incredibly premium, especially in gold. The full-metal body gets a smooth matte finish that doesn’t attract fingerprints. It’s easy to keep clean too, as dust and grime come off with a simple wipe.

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In the front, we have the 5.5-inch full-HD IPS display with very narrow side bezels. There’s a glossy rim running along the edge of the front facia, which is elevated above the rest of the display to protect it from scratches when the phone is placed face-down. It’s a nice design touch but it’s also a bit of an annoyance on the ear when you’re making calls. The display has a scratch resistant layer, although Xiaomi hasn’t explicitly stated this anywhere.

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There’s a 5-megapixel camera on the top along with a notification LED for alerts. Mercifully, the capacitive buttons at the bottom are backlit. The volume rocker and power button are quite ergonomically placed on the right, while the left side houses the hybrid Dual-SIM tray. In addition to the headphones socket on the top, we also have an infrared (IR) emitter. The phone uses a standard Micro-USB connector for charging and data transfers.

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Around the back, we have a 16-megapixel camera, a dual-tone dual-LED flash, the fingerprint sensor, and a speaker grille at the bottom. The Redmi Note 3 ships with a 10W charger, data cable, SIM ejector tool, and instruction leaflets. The quality of the accessories seems good, and they should last.

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We feel that Xiaomi has done a terrific job with the design and aesthetics of the Redmi Note 3. The finish of the phone is excellent and the display is crisp and vibrant. The IPS panel has very good colour reproduction and features Xiaomi’s Sunlight Display hardware feature which indeed makes it decently legible even under direct sunlight.

We also like how comfortable the phone feels in the hand. It’s a bit tricky to use one-handed, but is fairly slim at 8.7mm with good weight distribution.

Specifications
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 might be a budget smartphone but there’s certainly nothing low-end about the hardware it packs. This is the first phone to roll out with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 650 SoC, which is a pretty big deal given its near-flagship level performance in some benchmarks. It’s a hexa-core SoC, much like the Snapdragon 808 found in the Moto X Style, but instead of the Cortex-A57 cores, we have two of ARM’s more powerful Cortex-A72 cores running at 1.8GHz. The other four cores are Cortex-A53s which chug along at 1.4GHz. This SoC still uses the 28nm fabrication process but the GPU is a newer Adreno 510, which is one notch lower than what’s present in the flagship Snapdragon 820 chip.

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In benchmarks, we witnessed some pretty impressive numbers especially considering the price of the device. We got an average of 74,303 in AnTuTu, which is higher than what we got from many high-end phones based on the Snapdragon 810. GPU performance is equally impressive, and we recorded 31fps in the T-Rex test in GFXbench, which once again is competitive to scores posted by Snapdragon 810 devices.

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 will come in two variants. What we have today is the one with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage, but you can opt for the other model with 2GB of RAM and 16GB storage if your budget is tight. Officially, storage can be expanded by up to 32GB by using a microSD card instead of a second SIM in the hybrid slot, though unofficially you can put cards of bigger storage capacity as well.

Thanks to the Qualcomm chip, the phone features Category 7 LTE for Band 3, 5, 40 and 41 along with VoLTE support. You also get dual-band Wi-Fi b/g/n/ac, Bluetooh 4.1, USB OTG, FM radio, Miracast, GLONASS, and BeiDou. NFC is one feature that’s missing.

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Software
The phone ships with an Android Lollipop fork called MIUI 7, which is has been reworked from the ground up. Compared to earlier versions of MIUI, version 7 is certainly more likable and better polished. It’s still a single-layered interface, but it does let users customise the look and feel with transition effects and themes. The Theme Store app has a pretty good selection of free themes, and we particularly liked the Marshmallow one.

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The lock screen gets a feature called Wallpaper Carousel, which displays random wallpapers from a user-selected collection which is updated daily. The notification shade has separate tabs for incoming alerts and toggle switches, to avoid clutter. There’s also a lite mode for those looking for a simplified interface, and a child mode that lets you restrict which apps your children have access to when you let them play with your phone. The Settings app is where you’ll find the most interesting changes.

Reading mode, which is essentially a bluelight filter, can be toggled from the notification shade. The strength of the filter can be adjusted in the Display sub-menu. The fingerprint sensor can recognise up to five fingerprints. Xiaomi Vice President Hugo Barra stated during the phone’s launch that it’s possible to record your lip pattern too, though it failed to unlock the phone when we tried it.

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Signing up for a Mi account gives you 5GB of cloud storage for backing up your contacts, messages, photos, etc. You also have the option to password protect specific apps to keep nosy people out of your private chats, for example. You can hide files with fingerprint authentication using the Explorer app.

Xiaomi has incorporated a one-handed mode, which you can enter or exit by simply swiping right from the capacitive Home button. You can even choose the size to which you want the display to shrink. The phone comes with a preloaded app called Mi Mover which lets you move apps and data to or from any other Android device. MIUI 7 supports up to 13 indic languages. Apart from the standard Google keyboard and SwiftKey, our test unit also had a keyboard called Fleksy, which turned out to be much better than we had expected.

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In terms of preloaded apps, you get basic productivity tools along with some additional ones such as Mi Remote. This lets you set up the IR emitter for various infrared-capable devices, including DSLR cameras. The Mi Store app is a marketplace for all Xiaomi products sold in India. The Security app lets you monitor data usage and run basic maintenance tasks. You also get Facebook, WPS Office, and the usual Google apps.

Performance
Xiaomi Redmi Note 3’s hardware and software come together nicely to deliver a very pleasing Android experience. The interface is fluid with barely any noticeable stutter when multitasking. Call quality is good and the phone had no trouble latching on to multiple carriers’ LTE networks in Mumbai.

Our review unit was fairly stable apart from a few reboots which occurred when the phone got warm when running benchmark tests with it plugged in. Speaking of heat, the metal body does get warm during continuous video playback and when recording videos, but it doesn’t get too uncomfortable.

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One niggling issue we did encounter was the long time it took to get both SIMs working. This wasn’t a problem if there was only a single SIM in the phone, but when we inserted a second one, it would take a really long time for the phone to detect it. We were stuck with a ‘No Service’ message for more than 10 minutes on one such occasion. Rebooting the phone didn’t help. This could be a pain if you swap SIMs often, but otherwise it’s not that big a deal. We’re happy to report that the fingerprint sensor works well and is quite fast at unlocking the phone.

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The Redmi Note 3 is great for multimedia, especially thanks to its crisp display. The phone can handle 4K video playback. The speaker is fairly loud for alerts and media although we missed the stereo effect. The music player is functional and you can switch between different audio profiles set for different types of earphones. You can quickly share media files with other Xiaomi devices using Mi Drop. We didn’t have issues with audio quality with our own earphones. In the 32GB version, you get about 26.2GB of accessible storage space. On average, you have about 1GB of free RAM available if you only have a single app running.

Camera
The rear camera has a 16-megapixel sensor and a wide f/2.0 aperture. Both landscapes and macro shots captured in daylight have good detail. Colour reproduction is good too. However, objects in focus lack a bit of definition and aren’t very sharp, but this is only visible once you zoom in. Images look good on the phone’s display though, and as long as you don’t need to crop the picture at full size, you should be good.

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The camera also struggles a bit with sharpness and depth under artificial lighting. Low-light images are not too shabby, as there’s barely any visible noise in the dark areas. The dual-tone flash is decent for nearby objects but don’t expect too much from it. 1080p video recording is good but very shaky due to lack of any software stabilisation. Also, 720p video quality is not great so we recommend shooting in full-HD all the time. The front camera captures good selfies in daylight thanks to the same wide f/2.0 aperture.

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The camera app is simple to use and has plenty of shooting modes. We liked the handy HDR toggle switch next to the shutter button, which makes life a lot simpler. You swipe down or left for filters, and the other way for shooting modes, depending on whether you’re holding the phone in landscape or portrait. The Panorama mode does an okay job of stitching photos together. The Manual mode lets you play with white balance and ISO settings but there aren’t any options for aperture or shutter speed.

The focusing speed is good, even in low light. You can capture an image with the secondary shutter button placed in the centre of the focus ring. Burst mode also works well. Other modes includes Gradient, which helps level out shots even if you tilt the phone; Fish eye, which adds a fun effect; and Beautify which lets you smoothen out skin blemishes.

Battery life
The non-removable 4050mAh battery managed to get us through 12 hours and 21 minutes of continuous video playback, which is quite good. During actual usage, we easily managed to go more than a day, and this was without resorting to the battery saving modes. The phone supports Qualcomm’s Quick Charge feature, and we managed to charge the Redmi Note 3 up to 20 percent in half an hour. We wouldn’t call this super quick but it’s better than nothing.

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Verdict
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is priced at Rs. 9,999 for 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, and Rs.11,999 for 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, which is very aggressive when you consider the overall package. Xiaomi has also partnered with Hungama to offer a free two-month subscription to its streaming service.

It’s hard to find fault with the Redmi Note 3 as it ticks all the right boxes, and in some ways, rivals phones that cost a lot more. The metal body and fingerprint sensor are welcome additions to the Redmi series, and make the Note 3 feel relevant in 2016. You also get a great display, very good battery life, and a powerful SoC. The camera isn’t too bad, although we could have done with sharper stills and better quality HD videos. MIUI 7 is improved compared to previous versions, and is quite likable. We do wish storage expansion beyond 32GB was officially supported, and it woudn’t have hurt to throw in NFC just to complete the package.

A few kinks aside, we believe that the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is easily one of the best smartphones available for under Rs.15,000 today, and has the potential to get better with future software updates. If you are confused between this, the Lenovo Vibe K4 Note (Review) and the Le 1s (Review), we can confidently give the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 our vote.

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Aktrack, 25 minutes ago
I went into the test mode and inquisitively checked all settings, various sensor calibrations … more
They might have shown failed because you might not have done them properly. But there is nothing to worry about that.
No incorrect calibration occurs.

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I went into the test mode and inquisitively checked all settings, various sensor calibrations and all. The thing is some of them showed ‘failed’ (I may have done them incorrectly). I came out of the settings without re calibrating some functions. Should I be worried. Have the incorrect calibrations been saved on my device.

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Shreejit91, 18 hours ago
Let me know if u got it right!
I haven’t found it very useful. The thing is, when you open the torch both the yellow and white LEDs light up and the yellow one is a bit overpowering. This shows in your photos, especially in the skin tones. If only the white one lighted up, it would have been great. Between, In the test settings it allows you to check both yellow and white LEDs separately.

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co0l1992, 23 hours ago
Shreejith http://i.imgur.com/SYyzV...ng
That SOT is impossible with Mobile data on all the time.
What ROM are you on ?

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kinglegend, 7 hours ago
i heard that this phone can’t run fifa16 and nova !!!! plz reply i want phone for gaming or u … more
i m playing nova games from 5 day
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kinglegend, 7 hours ago
i heard that this phone can’t run fifa16 and nova !!!! plz reply i want phone for gaming or u … more
its fake news its run all games

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Prasad Maitra, 5 hours ago
I mean how much improved low light photography. Got any noticeable changes Dude!
Yup update & try

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co0l1992rJeR2 hours ago
Has any1 noticed dis..in McDonald’s during wifi logging it does not shows me notification for signing in to free wifi ozone.. in my knight 2 it shows me..any1 confirm dis..

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Prasad Maitra, 4 hours ago
Yeah it does heats up. same with mine. It’s not a fault. It is what meant to be..I have checke… more
I agree with this comment it is good for battery life cycle is long up to 5 years

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swapnil.omsTSLm3 hours ago
plz suggest a good phone guyz… am confused between mi 3 and moto g plus 3gb ram..
those who are using both phones …. plz give me pros and cons and give u r opinion….

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bb88, 6 hours ago
xiaomi redmi note 3 16GB, 2GB RAM overall OK?
Better go for 3 GB version with 32 GB space. It is awesome.

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ajju, 3 hours ago
which color is better?
Gold

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ajju, 3 hours ago
which color is better?
Gold

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ajjuHkum3 hours ago
which color is better?

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Anonymous, 10 hours ago
I have a redmi note 3 32 gb and its temperature was 44 c while charging is it normal
Yeah it does heats up. same with mine. It’s not a fault. It is what meant to be..I have checked and researched for it..do a thing charge the phone when its below 20% and plug out at 80%. these way you can use your battery at optimum performance.

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Jel, 19 hours ago
im not sure if we are referring to the exact same thing but, im gonna be trying Ipega brand so… more
I think Ipega game controllers are Bluetooth enabled. So they should work probably. Mine is USB enabled and it didn’t work: (

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bb88, 6 hours ago
xiaomi redmi note 3 16GB, 2GB RAM overall OK?
More than ok!! I got the Grey one looks better than white and Gold variant.

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usercloud, 19 May 2016
yes, most of consumer in india now have chinise devices specially lenovo and xiaomi. mi band i… more
I don’t reccomend anyone to purchase mi band 2. For following reasons In my opinion:-

>> Same component used as Mi band v2.0 uses
>> with LEd battery consumption can degrade I charge my band once in 35 days still left with 20% battery. I wear it 24×7.
>> Price will be around INR 1300-1500 of Mi band 2.
>>who needs ‘press a button’ and see time..where most statistics can be seen with Mi app.
>> heart rate sensor won’t follow your commands its individually checks and rates.
>> Bulkier then Miband v2
>> Finally the price is half I got it around INR799.
Now, decide and tell me!
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Everything is fine most of bugs are fixed low light camera performance has also improved. Down… more
I mean how much improved low light photography. Got any noticeable changes Dude!

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dont expect complete change if u take an example like flyme os just like that but miui8 look… more
I knew it!! So why there is so bizarre marketing about miui 8. I can say this won’t enhances the productive capability you are assuming to be. We are advance users Xiaomi cannot teach us how and why we should make use of UI.

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Review: The game changer, again!
Rajat Agrawal on 04 March 2016
Xiaomi had a relatively quiet second half of 2015 with no major device launches. It almost seemed as if ….
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Sahib Oberoi
Awesome phone
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| Sahib Oberoi on May 15, 2016
Phone is awesome no over heat
No hang
Charging is fast camera is awesome fast processor overall best phone ever.
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Low on price high on features
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Good phone, with good build though heavy.

Good finger print sensor, infrared, sunlight display, screen size and quality, performance
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M very dissatisfied by red mi selling scheme
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jigar desai
very poor performance and service
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| jigar desai on Apr 16, 2016
Phone overheat
Phone hang
Charger not charging
Replacement procedure is very leangthy
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mi note 3 not to support both sim at time
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Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Review: The game changer, again!
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Xiaomi had a relatively quiet second half of 2015 with no major device launches. It almost seemed as if the company had forgotten about India. It was something that Hugo Barra spent some time explaining, in his own emotionally charged manner, during the launch event yesterday. But things are changing, for the better. Xiaomi has finally launched the Redmi Note 3 in India and will follow it up with the Mi 5 next month. I have been using the Redmi Note 3 as my primary smartphone for over a week and here’s my review.

The Redmi Note 3 Xiaomi is launching in India is different from the one that was launched in China last year. It is the Snapdragon 650 version, which is in every manner better than the Mediatek Helio X10 variant it had launched in China. In fact, many call the new Snapdragon variant the Redmi Note 3 Pro. But more on that in a bit.

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Read this before you buy Xiaomi Redmi Note 3, Mi 5

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 packs a huge 4,050 mAh battery and easily lasts for a day and a half. Xiaomi Mi 5, on the other hand, will give some serious competition to some premium smartphones including iPhone 6 and more. Read our review blog of Mi 5 here Read our review of Redmi Note 3 here – See more at: http://indianexpress.com/photos/technology-gall...

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The dimers who used it personally . please suggest


phone is awsm ….except heating while charging…. camera is not good in low light. hope future update solved it
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Read this before you buy Xiaomi Redmi Note 3, Mi 5

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 packs a huge 4,050 mAh battery and easily lasts for a day and a half. Xiaomi Mi 5, on the other hand, will give some serious competition to some premium smartphones including iPhone 6 and more. Read our review blog of Mi 5 here Read our review of Redmi Note 3 here – See more at: http://indianexpress.com/photos/technology-gall...

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Reviews are mixed kind of.

any way to save some money.?

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Apart from hybrid SIM/SD card slot every thing is excellent at this price simply go for it…!!!!!

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@AtulTheDimer wrote:

The dimers who used it personally . please suggest


phone is awsm ….except heating while charging…. camera is not good in low light. hope future update solved it
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What do u mean by Hybrid Sim/SD card ?

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@AtulTheDimer wrote:

The dimers who used it personally . please suggest


phone is awsm ….except heating while charging…. camera is not good in low light. hope future update solved it
use crownit for discount (amazon egv)

crownit giving discount?

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@AtulTheDimer wrote:

The dimers who used it personally . please suggest


phone is awsm ….except heating while charging…. camera is not good in low light. hope future update solved it
use crownit for discount (amazon egv)

crownit giving discount?

Crown it gives cashback in the form of crowns. These crowns can be redeemed for buying Amazon gift card worth 250, 2000 multiple times.

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crownit giving discount?

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Same slot for memory card and sim2. So you can either use sim2 or memory card.

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I wanna buy the 16 gb version. Will it be easy to buy?
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16gb can be easily bought.

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on quikr i am getting unboxed for 9090. is it better to buy there?

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@The Dealer wrote:

on quikr i am getting unboxed for 9090. is it better to buy there?

You can take chance

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