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In an event held in Spain, Xiaomi finally made the Mi A3 official. Like expected, it is just a re-branded Mi CC9e which follows the trend set by the Mi A2. The device is launched under the Android One program and hence will feature stock Android (Android 9 Pie). The triple rear cameras and the SnapDragon 665 chipset are undoubtedly the biggest selling points for this device.
Like already mentioned above, the Mi A3 is just a Mi CC9e but with stock Android. The device has a 6.01-inch display with an HD+ resolution which is a bit disappointing considering the fact that the Mi A2 came equipped with a Full HD display. The display is almost bezel-less and has a teardrop notch.
The Mi A3 is powered by the Snapdragon 665 processor. The device is available in 4GB or 6GB RAM variants with either 64GB or 128GB RAM. Sadly, there is no microSD slot in the device which means you will not be able to expand the storage.
The A series of Mi devices have always had great cameras and the A3 is no exception. The device now has a triple camera setup.
The 3 sensors consist of:
The front of the device holds the 32MP front camera for selfies. Surprisingly, this budget device comes equipped with an under-display fingerprint sensor. Hence, the back of the phone is empty except for the cameras.
The 3.5mm headphone jack has also made a return on this device. The device also has a USB-C port at the bottom. The device also has a beefy 4030 mAh battery with 18W fast charging support.
The device has been priced for a ridiculously low price taking into consideration the specifications. The pricing is as follows:
The device is available in three color variants; Gray, Blue, and White. The device is expected to be launched in the Indian market very soon.
The Mi A3, with no doubt, will sell exceptionally, especially in South Asian markets. It is quite difficult to predict the price of the Mi A3 in Nepal currently. If past trends are looked at, the device can be a bit overpriced in Nepal but the recent well-price announcement of the Redmi Note 7 Pro says otherwise. Anyway, we are expecting this device very soon in Nepal with a sub-30K price tag.