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Upcoming Redmi Y3 Listed on Amazon India Ahead of Official Launch

Redmi Y3 is being teased from a few days now with its confirmed 32MP selfie camera and also the launch of the same is scheduled on 24th of April. Now the handset has been listed on Amazon India page that comes with a “Notify Me” button this is taking registration of interest on the e-commerce site. There is a dedicated page for the handset and once it is launched the device should be available via Mi Home and Mi.com also.

As of now, the device is confirmed to sport a 32MP selfie camera and the company is expected to push in the Samsung 32MP ISOCELL Bright GD 1 image sensor on to this device which was announced last year in the month of October. The company has also teased that the upcoming smartphone will be equipped with a large battery but the capacity of it has not been mentioned.

It should be coming out of the box with the latest Android 9 Pie operating system with the companies own MIUI on top but there is no official confirmation on the same. The device will also have support for Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n since it was spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance certification. There is no word on the processor used or the display type and size as of now, but it should be a mid-range device.

The handset will be the successor of the Redmi Y2 which was launched in China as Redmi S2 last year. The Redmi Y2 sported a 5.99-inch 720p IPS LCD display. It was powered with a 14nm Qualcomm MSM8952 chipset coupled with Adreno 506 GPU. Furthermore, the Redmi Y2 came with a 12MP + 5MP rear camera set up while on the front there was a 16MP selfie sensor.

The company provided it with a fingerprint sensor on the back and came with a 3080mAh battery. Furthermore, it was available in 3GB as well as 4GB of RAM along with 32GB and 64GB storage option. Considering these specs, we can expect a battery around 4000mAh and RAM memory of 4GB to 6GB on the upcoming Redmi Y3 device. Well, we need to wait a few more days to get all the details of the same along with the pricing. Comment in the section below if you have more queries and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.

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