The Xiaomi Mi A3 announced yesterday will debut in Asia on July 31, starting with Malaysia. Xiaomi has sent out invites to the media for the launch event that will be held in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur.
The Mi A3 is a re-branded Mi CC9e for the global markets and is a part of the Android One program, running stock Android instead of the company's custom Android skin - MIUI.
The smartphone is powered by Snapdragon 665 SoC and comes in two memory versions - 4GB/64GB priced at €249 ($280) and 4GB/128GB priced at €279 ($315). It's currently available for pre-orders in Spain, with sales commencing on July 24.
What a letdown, for me at least.. All I ever wanted from the A2 upgrade is, the SD710 along with GPU. Im fine with 1080p IPS screen, no headphone jack, and expandable SD card. That is it. Not much isnt it? XiaoMi.
Where is A3 lite; its smaller sibling? Release it before Eid.