Xiaomi’s Mi A2 is one smartphone that the company will just not confirm is coming. But recent cracks in its leak-proof body have lead to a number of comprehensive proofs that the handset arriving soon. The most recent one is in Taiwan’s NCC. The Mi A2 has apparently got certified there yesterday and looks ready for a launch in the country.
Meanwhile, Xiaomi has recently teased a global launch event, the whereabouts of which is currently undecided. It is widely believed that this event will potentially be a long sought after Mi A2 debut event. Dates still remain unknown but should be disclosed in early July.
As for the spotting at NCC, it was spotted by DealNTech, with a model number M1804D2SG that resembles its Chinese counterpart. Aside from the confirmation of the device, there isn’t much to the NCC certification.
The Mi A2 is expected in three variants – 32GB priced at Euro 289 (approx Rs. 19,800), the 64GB variant for Euro 329 (approx Rs. 22,500), and the 128GB variant that could cost Euro 369 (approx Rs. 25,200). We emphasize that these are projected prices and not real ones, so there may be variation when the actual launch takes place.