Earlier today, specifications and renders of the Xiaomi Mi A3 leaked telling us what to expect from this smartphone. And now, an anonymous tipster has sent us a few images of the Mi A3 and its retail box which confirm the phone's design and key specs.
The white-colored retail box confirms that Mi A3 will come in Blue and White shades. But one of the images show the phone in Black as well.
The Mi A3 has a notched display on the front, and around the back is a triple camera setup aligned vertically in the upper-left corner. You can also see that the bottom-left corner of the back has the Xiaomi logo, with the Android One moniker placed on the right side.
The smartphone's protective film on the display reveals that it's powered by the Snapdragon 665 SoC, and not Snapdragon 730 as claimed by previous reports.
Rest of the specs include a 6.08" AMOLED display, UD fingerprint scanner, and a 4,030 mAh battery with 18W fast charging support. There's also a 48MP camera at the back and a 32MP selfie shooter on the front.
All these details suggest that the Mi A3 will be a global version of the recently announced Mi CC9e, but, while the CC9e comes with an HD+ display, the A3 is rumored to sport an FHD+ panel. Well, that actually makes sense as the Mi A2 came with an FHD+ screen and Xiaomi wouldn't want to launch its successor with a lower-res display.
Thanks for the tip!
people should stop buying these notch/cut out phones. dont promote companies cheating us with less than full display and calling it full screen. there is no problem in having a small bezel on the top.
I totally agree.The CPU number should be start with 7.
Phone not support ARcore