The Xiaomi Mi A3 has made its way to India. It comes in two memory versions - 4GB/64GB priced at INR12,999 ($180/€165) and 6GB/128GB priced at INR15,999 ($225/€200).
The Mi A3 will be offered in Kind of Gray, Not just Blue and More than White colors, and will go on sale in India from August 23 through Mi Home, Mi.com, and Amazon.in. It will also be available through offline stores across the country at a later date.
The smartphone's built around a 6.01" HD+ Super AMOLED display with a fingerprint scanner embedded in it. It's powered by the Snapdragon 665 SoC.
The Mi A3 is a part of the Android One program and runs a stock version of Android Pie out of the box. For photography, it has a 32MP selfie snapper on the front, and a triple camera setup at the back comprising of 48MP main, 8MP ultra-wide, and 2MP depth sensor units.
You can head this way to read our detailed written review of the Mi A3 or watch the video review attached below.
Hmmm, EVERY ? 1. S665 is better 2. Cameras WAAAAY better 3. Battery life better 1. Screen is worse and that's a big deal
The Xiaomi phones you mentioned are no where near the price of Realme 5 pro. Only MiA3 and Redmi Note 7 Pro are in this price range. As an android one fan I was looking forward to a great offering from Xiaomi, even at the expense of higher price tag....
then you have to wait at least 5 months for Realme OS to come.