Xiaomi is going to launch another smartphone Xiaomi Mi A1 successor soon , although the company has yet to confirm anything as yet. The rebranded version of the recently launched Mi 6X. Xiaomi Mi A2 has made the headline on more than one occasion , confirm its design, key specs and other feature. The smartphone is going tot be same as the recently launched Mi 6X China, and just like Mi 5X launched globally as the Mi1 A1. Xiaomi Mi A2 will be launched in Spain on July 25th 2018.
Latest elak comes form MySmartPrice which claims that Mi A2 wil come in three colours Gold, Blue and Black. Blue color variant is new as Mi A1 was launched in India in Black, Rose gold and Gold colour.
Xiaomi wil launched 4 variants – 32 GB with 4GB RAM, 64GB with 4GB RAM, 128 GB with 4GB RAM, 128GB with 6GB RAM. Mi A1 was launched only one variant 64GB with 4GB RAM.
Further more MI A2 would arrive in Black, Blue and Gold Colour options , Xiaomi Mi A2 will come with a 5.99 inch Full HD display with 18:9 aspect ratio and 2.5D curved glass. Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipest, stock Android 8.1 Oreo and 3,010mAh with quick charge 3.0 support. 12MP+20MP dual camera setup at the back with PDAF , Dual LED Flash, 4K video recording and bokeh effect for those who like to take photo DSLR effect and 20MP front camera on the Mi A2.
As four variant of the Mi A2 are now pricing starting from near Rs 15,000 and crossing the price to Rs 20,000 marks with top variant. In comparison of Mi 6X starts with roughly Rs 16,904 for the based on the variant, while the top end version costs Rs 21,138.
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