Today, Xiaomi released Mi A3 in Spain. In terms of price, there are two variants:
4GB+64GB version priced at 249 euros (1900 yuan/280 USD)
4GB+128GB version priced at 279 euros (about 2200 yuan/314 USD).
Compared with Xiaomi Mi A2, the biggest upgrade of Xiaomi Mi A3 is the camera. It has triple rear cameras, composed of 48MP primary camera + 8MP super wide-angle + 2MP depth of field triple-lens configuration. Meanwhile, the front shooter is 32MP. It should be noted that this is the first 48MP camera smartphone of the A-series.
Regarding hardware, the Xiaomi Mi A3 uses a 6.088-inch waterdrop screen with a resolution of 1560×720 (HD+). The heart of the flagship is Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor powered by a battery capacity of 4030 mAh.
It is worth noting that Xiaomi Mi A3 supports in-screen fingerprint recognition, which is the first in-screen fingerprint phone of Xiaomi A series.
In addition, Xiaomi Mi A3 runs Google’s customized Android system, which is Android One. This means that it already runs on Android 9.0 and will be one of the first phones to get the upcoming Android 10.0 Q update.
Now that Xiaomi Mi A3 is official in Spain we just have to wait for its release in China and India. Who knows we might get to see slightly different variants of Mi A3 when released in these countries.
Pros & Cons
4030mAh large battery
48MP triple rear camera
32MP front camera
price/performance ratio not as good as previous gen