Xiaomi Mi A2 Structure Based On Xiaomi Mi 6X Build

In September last year, Xiaomi collaborated with Google to release the Xiaomi Mi A1 which became the company’s first ever pure Android device. Xiaomi Mi A1 is the Google version of Xiaomi Mi 5X and this smartphone has been a success since its launch. The rumor mill has been spinning with respect to the successor of the Xiaomi Mi A1 dubbed Xiaomi Mi A2. Though the company has not officially confirmed this smartphone, a Swiss online retailer has already listed this device to start sales on August 8th.

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Just like Xiaomi Mi A1, Xiaomi Mi A2 structure is based on the Xiaomi Mi 6X. The Mi 6X is equipped with Snapdragon 660 processor coupled with 4GB/6GB of RAM and 32/64/128GB of internal storage which is not expandable. Xiaomi Mi A2 will be equipped with a clean version of Android 8.1, and Android 9.0 updates should also be coming soon. Currently, Xiaomi has not officially confirmed the device, but speculations have it that this smartphone will be officially released by the end of July. As for the price, the 32GB variant would cost $290, the 64GB for $330 and the 128GB version would sell for $370. This smartphone should be available in black, blue, gold and perharps red colour options. If you need the Xiaomi Mi A1, you can check the following stores below

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