This could be the Xiaomi Mi A3, Xiaomi’s next Android One smartphone.
The Xiaomi Mi A2 was propelled about a year prior, which means it’s the ideal opportunity for its successor to show its face. The Xiaomi Mi A3 is set to be the organization’s third emphasis in its Android One series. New spilled renders show us what this upcoming gadget will resemble.
The Xiaomi Mi A3 has several significant design changes from last year. In advance, the gadget features a small waterdrop indent. The break shows the device in 3 colors and an impressive swirly/inclination design. We can also see that there are presently three cameras on the back, contrasted with last year’s two. Another significant distinction is the absence of a fingerprint scanner on the back. This could point to an in-display scanner or merely an extraordinary position.
The specifications of the Xiaomi Mi A3 are still open to question. Roland Quandt, who shared these images, says he has gotten negating data. The provisional specifications incorporate the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 SoC (matching the Xiaomi CC9e), 6-inch AMOLED FHD+ display (pairing the 6-inch screen of the CC9e, however the FHD+ board of the CC9), a 48MP camera with two 8MP companions (matching both the CC9 and CC9e), 32MP selfie camera (matching both the CC9 and CC9e), 4GB of RAM (matching the base CC9e model), 64/128GB of interior storage, microSD card slot (matching not one or the other), USB Type-C port, 4,000 mAh battery, a headphone jack, and, of course, Android One over Android 9 Pie. Once more, think about these specs while considering other factors.
As mentioned at the top, the Mi A2 was reported last July, so we will probably see the Xiaomi Mi A3 sometime soon.
GSMArena acquired the accompanying images from a tipster, showing off the new Xiaomi Mi A3 and its retail box. The images affirm that the Mi A3 will be fueled by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665, that it’ll have a 48MP essential back camera + ultra wide-edge camera + tertiary camera, that there will be a 32MP forward-looking camera, that the gadget will keep running off of a 4,030mAh battery, and that it’ll have a 6.088″ AMOLED display with an under-display fingerprint scanner. It’ll also arrive in a 64GB storage model and supports a micro SD card slot with a nanoSIM or double nano sims. Given all that we know, it’s looking increasingly more likely that the Mi A3 will be a rebranded CC9e, as we previously detailed. The main question that is left is the display resolution—will it be HD+ or FHD+?