But even though it is yet to go official, a Spanish tech duo was able to get their hands on a Mi A2 prototype and upload a lengthy first impressions video. The video, which was subsequently taken down was about 11 minutes long and offered plenty of details about the Mi A2.
The Snapdragon 660 seems to be doing just fine with the stock Android OS and delivers snappy performance. The guys over at PimpiTronic even showed a bunch of sample photos from the dual camera at the back and some selfie shots, but it's hard to judge the quality of those when they are compressed to the video resolution.
We just want to remind you that this device features a similar camera setup on the back as the original Mi 6, which is rather cool for a mid-range device.
So judging by the fact that the smartphone has already appeared in the hands-on video, the global launch might be closer than we think.
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How in the world you only get 4 hours sot? Im using this phone on 8.1 oreo, and get 6-7 hours sot everyday, with gaming/youtube/browsing intensely
Note 5 Al>> Get a Treble = Note 5 Al with stock Android 8.1 (and Gcam).
Hey you complete asinine retard, listen up. I had owned two LG Optimus G smartphones in the past and both f**king bootlooped. No rooting done, original firmware on both devices. One entered bootloop after about 18 months of usage and the other after ...