Too thin and too small battery for 6 inch screen, also very tall 158cm too huge.. there are phones oppo f7 6.23inch but 155 tall, bad xiaomi bad
Mi didn't go with there. 12 MP 1.40 pixels size sensor. That they given in mi MIXs2 and redimi note 5 china. They used old 12 MP 1.25 pixel size sensor. Big pixel size better low light. Picture quality will not be much better. Lets see how it will launch in india. It doesn't have memory sd card slot.
acidbat101, 25 Apr 2018Don't worry Roni, the sd 660 will make the most of the 3010 mah battery.5000 mAh always better than 3010 mAh, in any CPU type.
AnonD-287440, 25 Apr 2018I know that the dragon 6xx series are power-efficient but I still think that 2900mAh is too sm... moreIt appears that there is a typo from GSMArena about the battery capacity in the upper specs highlight noted as 2900mAh while in the full specsheet is 3010mAh :). Anyway, I am afraid that 3010 does not provide enough juice for a full day use
Pathetic battery. Some say it will be OK with SD660. I'll believe it when I see the battery life tests. Otherwise, no buy. I would go for the Redmi Note Pro instead.
I can already tell that the international version (A2) won't be released so soon. Otherwise, the Redmi Note 5 Pro will quickly become obsolete and the stocks will gather dust in warehouses. Personally, I was looking forward more to the next phone with the Surge S2 SoC (Mi6c or Mi7c) and hoping for it to be as compact as its predecessor but that will probably have a notch just like the rumored Mi7 so this Mi A2 is so high up in my list. The only phone that comes close to this on the bang-for-the-buck meter would be the Nubia Z18 mini but that is very unlikely to ever be released internationally, or at least in my region. The Meizu 15 could have been a great option if only Meizu quits being delusional, charging like it's a premium brand. Looking forward to own a Mi A2 after 3 mos.
Dhaval, 25 Apr 2018MI A1 is superhit cell phone. MI A2 is a successor of it. Config looks AWSM. The only issue wh... moreMi A2 cost 1599 yuan which converts to around 16000 rupees... whereas Nokia 7 plus costs a whopping 26000 so that's a difference of 10k rupees... so there is literally no comparison between this two phones... also mi a2 will be the real value for money phone... and considering that it will be android one, you will easily get 1 day battery life... but if u are fine with increasing your budget 10k then go for 7 plus
I know that the dragon 6xx series are power-efficient but I still think that 2900mAh is too small for a 6-inch device. This is a only one but big letdown of the phone. Let's see how it performs in real ...
[deleted post]That's what GSMARENA too has told. No headphone jack. Instead a Type C to 3.5mm Jack converter is provided in the box.
H S, 24 Apr 20182018 + no NFC = joke of the year, it doesn't matter how good or how cheap the phone is,+ NO headphone jack....
Can one smartphone pass without complaining?!Device is great for the price.I don't have nothing to say, everything will be superfluous.
MI A1 is superhit cell phone. MI A2 is a successor of it. Config looks AWSM. The only issue which i see here is battery life. It is less then MI A1. I think it should be somewhere close to 3300.Rest everything is AWSM. I will wait for this cell phone to launch in INDIA. If battery is less than 3000 then i will have to go with NOKIA 7+