Xiaomi will release the A3 series new machine in Spain today, but before the official release, the foreign technology media SoYacinCau took the lead in bringing the real machine out of the Xiaomi A3. Xiaomi A3 is Xiaomi’s latest Android One mobile phone. The overall design is similar to the Xiaomi CC9e just released in China. It is equipped with a 6.088-inch AMOLED HD+ resolution screen. It uses a drop screen and a fingerprint design.
The Xiaomi A3 uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor, which is based on a more efficient 11nm process. This SoYacinCau out of the box is 4GB memory +64GB built-in storage version, support dual SIM card, support MicroSD card expansion. The front of the Xiaomi A3 is equipped with a 32-megapixel self-photographing head, and the back is equipped with a 38-megapixel camera with a total of 48 million super wide-angle lenses and a 2 million depth sensor.
The Xiaomi A3 uses a 4030mAh capacity battery and supports USB Type-C port charging. Although it supports 18W fast charge, there is only a standard 10W charger in the package. For audio enthusiasts, the Xiaomi A3 still retains the 3.5mm headphone port. The Mi A3 we have is a “gray” version that sounds very similar to Google’s Pixel series. Since this is an Android One device, you get an Android experience instead of MIUI.
The most disappointing is that the Xiaomi A3 uses HD+ resolution instead of the Full HD resolution on the Xiaomi A1 and A2. It is reported that Xiaomi A3 has black and blue for users to choose, 4GB+64GB version is priced at 1098 ringgit (about 1834.98 yuan)