Today, following the schedule, Xiaomi released the Xiaomi Mi A3 in Spain. In terms of price, the 4GB+64GB version is priced at 249 euros, and the 4GB+128GB version is priced at 279 euros.
In the past, all Xiaomi Mi A-line phones were the redesigned variants of this or that model. The same is true for the Mi A3. Externally, it looks like the Xiaomi CC9e. However, the company has changed the internals.
Xiaomi Mi A3 Features
Compared with the Xiaomi Mi A2, the biggest upgrade of the Xiaomi Mi A3 is the camera. It sports a triple-camera on the back, which consists of a 48MP main sensor, an 8MP super wide-angle, and a 2MP depth of field lens. The front lens has a 32MP resolution. Thus, we are dealing with the first Xiaomi A series phone with a 48MP camera.
As for the key features, the Mi A3 is packed with a 6.088-inch drop screen. It has a resolution of 1560×720, not the best we have been waiting for. Under the hood, our protagonist features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor and a 4030mAh battery.
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It is worth noting that the Xiaomi Mi A3 supports screen fingerprint recognition. In this sense, the Mi A3 is the first A-line handset to support this technology.
However, the biggest selling point of the Mi A3 is the native Android system out of the box. That’s not a secret this phone has been launched in the frame of Google’s Android One program. So it’s quite logical to see many Googlish features, such a built-in Google Assistant. You only need to say ‘OK Google’ to check the weather, call, text, schedule reminder, set alarm clock, etc. For Xiaomi devoted users, the company’s own Xiao Ai voice assistant works in the same way.