Xiaomi‘s latest pure Android-running smartphone, the Mi A3 has been launched in Asia and some countries in Europe. India isn’t among the Asian countries where the Mi A3 has been launched. There are rumours already on the streets already that Xiaomi’s latest Android One telephone will be hitting India on August 23.
The rumour didn’t include a price tag of the device. However, the device is expected to have a cheaper price than what it currently sells for (€250) in Europe. So the device may be priced around Rs 17,500. We’ll have to wait until the launch to find out.
The Mi A3 seems to be Xiaomi’s way of telling us not to desire pure Android -running phones. The device was announced with a disappointing HD display, whereas the Mi A1 and A2 both feature Full HD (1080p) screens. Apart from that, though, the Mi A3 seems to be an at least decent device.
It runs on a Snapdragon 665 processor and packs a large 4030mAh battery. The triple cameras remain the same as the Mi CC9e which includes a 48MP primary sensor, an 8MP wide-angle sensor, and a 2MP depth sensor. At the front, there is a 32MP selfie sensor. The phone comes in two memory versions – 4GB+64GB and 4GB+128GB.