The Xiaomi Mi A3 with the Android One label has just been made official in Spain. As every year, it comes with pure Android and middle-class specs.
As reported by WinFuture. Thanks to Android One, the smartphone promises a very clean interface and regularly updated. The design of the device had already leaked recently and it’s based on the Mi CC9e.
It has a 6.1” OLED screen with 720 x 1,560px resolution. Alongside with the Snapdragon 665 chipset and a 64GB/128GB storage options. And there’s a microSD slot so you can add more storage later.
The Xiaomi Mi A3 features a 48MP main shooter on the back with a reasonably bright f/1.78 aperture without OIS. Alongside with the 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera (118°) and, finally, the 2MP depth sensor. Then there’s the selfie camera inside the notch, which has a 32MP (it shoots 1080p/30 video).
Another upgrade over last year’s model is the battery. Now we have a 4,030mAh, up from 3,000mAh. Charging speed is at 18W like last year. Also, the fingerprint reader has been relocated under the display, following current trends.
Xiaomi Mi A3 Specificaations
- 6.088-inch OLED screen, 1520 x 720 pixels, Gorilla Glass 5
- Snapdragon 665 Soc
- 4 GB of RAM LPDDR4X
- 64 or 128 GB storage space UFS 2.1 + microSD slot
- Triple rear camera:
- Main sensor, 48 megapixels f /1.79
- Ultra wide angle of 8 megapixels, 118 degrees
- Depth sensor of 2 megapixels
- 32 megapixel front camera f /2.0
- 4030 mAh battery, Quick Load QC 3.0
- Android 9.0 Pie (under Android One)
- USB-C, 3.5 mm jack.
- Fingerprint reader under the screen
- Dimensions and weight: 153.58 x 71.85 x 8.45 mm / 174 g
- No NFC
In Spain, the Xiaomi Mi A3 is announced at a price of 249 euros for the 64 GB version and the price climbs to 279 euros for the 128 GB model. Three colors are available: “Not Just Blue” (blue), “More Than White “(white) and “Kind of Gray “(gray).