Xiaomi is famous for all the good reasons. Mainly, the brand has been hitting new heights for providing the most affordable device options regardless of the features the devices bring along. The most famous Xiaomi series is the Redmi Note series, that has brought revolutionary market changes for the brand. The company has also entered the gaming market with the launch of its sub-brand Xiaomi Black Shark.
The Xiaomi Mi A3 is a low-range budget device that was launched in July 2019. The device is currently available for a cost of Rs. 9,900 and colors variants are Kind of Gray, Not just Blue and More than White (the device specs are as interesting as the color names are!).
It is unbelievable how we get to see features like what Xiaomi Mi A3 can provide for such a low budget. The device equips a triple camera at the rear end where the primary sensor is a massive 48MP, then we have 8MP for ultra-wide and 2MP as the depth sensor. Also, we have an outstanding 32MP front camera as the selfie shooter and the camera qualities are reviewed to be extremely good.
The Mi A3 is available in three variants- 64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM and 128GB 6GB RAM. The processor set provided is not the best in the game but the Snapdragon 665 is a lot more than what we can expect for this price range. The device boots on an Android 9 OS under the Android One project and comes with a sufficient 4030mAH battery backup.
Xiaomi Mi A3 Android 10 update delayed –
If you own a Mi A3 device, you should probably be aware of the fact that the device is under the Android One project, which means this model is supposed to be one of the first smartphones to receive the Android 10 update. The Mi A3 was expecting the Android 10 update by the mid of February 2020 but the roll-out date has been postponed and will likely to be out by the mid or end of March 2020.
The deadly Corona Virus is not just scaring and putting the lives at stake in China, but also affecting all the manufacturing markets based in China and other countries that are dependent on the country. The official Xiaomi France account took to announce that the update is delayed and will only be launched after meeting all the required quality checks and developments processed.
Rest assured, we will update the article when the stable roll-out dates will be announced, so stay tuned. Also, share this article with all those who were waiting for this update.
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