It's been available in Europe for some time now. Don't bother with this one. I already regret buying it. The 720p screen is simply not good enough. Pixellated and with strange artefacts due to the amoled tech. Performance of the SOC is poor/average. Painfully slow when scrolling through news feeds or FB. I will put mine up for sale on Xdroid forum soon. It seems that Xiaomi is trying to get out from the Android One program which is a pity. If only they could combine the excellent hardware of e.g. K20 with the super software experience of Android One....That would be a killer.
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2019Eii it's gonna flop. I already lost all hope of A3 Pro being true. It's not even announced in ... moreMi A3 has already been available here is South East Asia through Shopee or Lazada.
And eventually it will fail miserably in India as competition is higher here... Anyhow everything depends on what price they launch it here
Anonymous, 13 Aug 2019Eii it's gonna flop. I already lost all hope of A3 Pro being true. It's not even announced in ... moreThis year, Xiaomi switched things up a bit with the launch of its Android One smartphone series, the Mi A-line. Instead of launching the Mi A3 Lite and Mi A3, we only got the latter which itself is a downgrade in some areas when compared to the Mi A2. Following its announcement, there were reports that we will be getting a Mi A3 Pro later. It seems that time is drawing closer.
Yesterday, Russia¬ís EEC certified a phone with the model number M1904F3BG. The model number is a variant of that of the Xiaomi CC9 (M1904F3BT/M1904F3BC).
it seems xiaomi wants to retire the A series and promote redmi aggressively.
A3 should have been a major upgrade over A2 since A2 didnt fair well. They should have launched A3 with SD730 or at least SD712 , Full HD + amoled display, 3.5 mm with Hifi audio, wouldnt mind the top and bottom chin.
Anything beyond ₹13K will be a big let down and eventually a failure considering the resolution is the screen.
It's only about the MI A3 pro, all indians are waiting for. Otherwise i don't think this will be a hit like MI A1, considering MI A2 decline.