New Android One device is coming.
After the success of Xiaomi’s first Android device the Mi A1 (and its successor the Mi A2), leaked images of what seems to be the Mi A3 is making its way online.
The images come from WinFuture and show a similar teardrop design we’ve seen from other Android devices. Many have pointed out that the smartphone looks like a somewhat tweaked version of the CC9 smartphone that was also released by Xiaomi. The only difference is that the Mi A3, of course, will be running a stock version of Android.
There’s also a triple camera setup (a main 48-megapixel shooter, plus an 8-megapixel and 2-megapixel secondary cameras) at the back which is likely similar to the Mi 9’s setup that was launched a couple of weeks back. As for the specifications, we’re looking at a 6-megapixel AMOLED screen with a 2240-by-1080 pixel resolution along with a Snapdragon 665 CPU, your choice of 64 GB or 128 GB of storage and a generous 4,000 mAh battery.
Since it’s part of the Android One program, you can expect up-to-date security patches and software upgrades just like the Pixel devices. No word yet on how much it will cost, but there’s a good chance it’ll be around the budget pricing that Xiaomi is known for.