Characteristics Of The Xiaomi Mi A3 Smartphone Are No Longer a Mystery
The smartphone Xiaomi Mi A2 came out about six months ago, and for the mobile device it’s a term. Developers are already working on his successor, well, and the possible characteristics of this successor decided to share the source.
Immediately, it should be noted that the data were obtained from unnamed Chinese insiders, so it is not necessary to accept them with one hundred percent confidence in truthfulness. However, much may turn out to be true.
So, as the source writes, the Xiaomi Mi A3 will use the Snapdragon 675 single-chip platform. Given that the Mi A2 built on the Snapdragon 660 is a logical upgrade. However, the use of Snapdragon 710 is also not excluded. Memory options will be several: Operational – 4, 6 or 8 GB of built-in flash memory – 64 or 128 GB. But much more interesting is that the device is assigned a battery with a capacity of 4000 mAh – as in Pocophone F1. Unfortunately, the Mi A2 can not boast a great deal of autonomy, so many potential enthusiasts in the Mi A3 would only welcome the increase in battery capacity.
Of course, the screen in Mi A3 will take much more area than the front panel, than in Mi A2. Execution with large frames from above and below will go to the past, the front camera will be placed in the neck. The source talks about a single round neck, like the Huawei Nova 4, Honor V20 and Samsung Galaxy A8s, but as long as Xiaomi has just begun to develop a drophead cut-out, it’s far from the fact that the Mi A3 will offer a separate cutout for the front-facing camera.
The main camera will be built, and this does not have to be doubted. Triple chambers will be Mi 9 and Mi Mix 4, logically, that Mi A3, is positioned as an affordable cameraphone, will also get a similar camera. The resolution of the sensors, according to rumors, will be 20, 16 and 5 Mp. The front camera is expected to have a 32 megapixel sensor.
Mi A3 will also have a USB-C port and Android OS 9.0 out of the box. The source says about a fingerprint reader built into the screen. Well, if such will be in half of Samsung’s new line of Galaxy A, why would not the cranked fingerprint not appear in Mi A3?