Xiaomi MI3 TD Review
|Xiaomi Mi3 TD|
|Chipset||Nvidia Tegra 4
|CPU||Quad-Core, Cortex A15 1.8GHz|
|Display||1920X1080 ( 441 dpi), 5", IPS|
|Conectivity||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, DLNA, Wi-Fi Direct, HSDPA+ 21 Mbps, Bluetooth 4.0 A2DP, microUSB, SingleSIM (micro SIM)|
|Camera||13 MP, , autofocus, LED flash, 1080p@30fps - front 2MP|
|Android||4.2.1 - Jelly Bean|
|Size||144 x 73.6 x 8.1 mm|
As I was saying earlier, today we will analyze Xiaomi Mi 3 TD, the Tegra 4 version built for China Mobile. We don’t have anything against Qualcomm (in fact most of the phones reviewed on our website use a Qualcomm chipset), but Xiaomi Mi3 TD is very important from a very simple point of view – it is the first Tegra 4 phone to actually hit the shelves of the stores.
I am sure that Nvidia Tegra 4 is no longer a new and unknown topic for any tech addict, so we will not dive deeper into the gruesome technical details. We will however take a closer look at Mi3’s entrails, and we shall start with the chipset. The CPU has 4 Cortex A15 cores that run at 1.8GHz and an ULP GeForce graphics solution. Xiaomi Mi3 TD has 2GB of RAM and there are two versions available for sale (16GB and 64GB)
Of course, the goodie list continues with the 13MP camera based on Sony’s Exmor RS sensor and a 28mm (f2.2) lens. And we all know that Tegra 4 is a beast, so there is no wonder that Xiaomi put a 3050 mAh battery inside the Mi3 TD.