Xiaomi Mi A3 is now official, launched in Spain Today.
The rumored Android One smartphone from Xiaomi is now live. The Xiaomi Mi A3 is now official and goes live in Spain today.
The specifications are good enough, but not the best though. The smartphone is available in two different storage flavors but not indifferent RAM flavors. The device will have either 64GB or 128GB storage, but with 4GB RAM only. That means we will not see the 64bit or Apps on the device. And unfortunately, no GCam for the device!
Also, there is a 6-inch display with a resolution 1560x720p. Which is not good at all considering that the Xiaomi Mi A3 has an AMOLED panel. And if you have sharp eyes, you will notice pixelations when it turns on. So the image is pixel perfect will not the thing here.
Also, for users, the camera is one of the sweet spots. It features a 48MP sensor, with an 8MP wide-angle lens and a 2MP depth sensor. The front selfie camera features a 32MP sensor. However, with no GCam for 32Bit OS, you cannot use those Pixel-dedicated features on this device.
And did I mention that the device features the stock Android? Yes, a smartphone inside Android One Programme always has the latest stock Android from Google. That means the device will get its features and the updates directly from Google, just like Pixels.
Other than mentioned, the device features a larger 4030mAh battery, with 18W fast charging support. No NFC, as usual. Also, it comes with USB Type-C and 3.5-mm jack as well. I hope that Mi A3 doesn’t face issues of the battery like Mi A2 faced.
Price and Availability of Xiaomi Mi A3
The Xiaomi Mi A3 is priced around €249 for 4GB, 64GB variant, whereas €279 for the 4GB 128GB variant. The 64GB variant will be available for purchase on Mi.com, Mi Stores, and Amazon starting July 24th, whereas the 128GB variant will be available from Mi.com and Mi Stores starting July 24th.
Source: Android Authority