Xiaomi Mi A3 is the upcoming Android One phone which is the global name for the Xiaomi Mi CC9e released a few days ago.
Today’s Wi-Fi Alliance certificate confirms the model number and moniker of Xiaomi Mi A3. The model number is seen to be M1906F9SH and this model number has been spotted several times in the recent past. The same model, and its variants, have bagged certifications in several countries already.
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The Chinese variant of this model, with number M1906F9SC, confirmed that the specifications of this phone is the same with the recently released Xiaomi Mi CC9e. This puts an end to the rumors that were doing the rounds suggesting Mi CC9e to be released globally as Mi A3 Lite and Mi CC9e to be released globally as Mi CC9e. Last year, Xiaomi Mi A2 was released globally and it’s chinese variant was assigned the name Mi 6X.
The phone has been in the news in the past few weeks and there have been quite a few leaks about the specifications and features of the devices. Rendered images of the phone’s design as well as images of retail box with the phone and its accessories were out on display.
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Mi A3 Specs
From the leaked images of the retail box of Mi A3, several specs can be confirmed. The phone comes with a display notch and has triple camera setup at the rear. The cameras are arranged vertically on the left side and there’s a 48MP wide-angle camera present as well. The selfie camera is a 32MP sensor. The rear panel has Android One words printed on it which confirms this definitely the Mi A3 phone, as its predecessors Mi A1 and Mi A2.
The phone is powered by Snapdragon 665 SoC and supports 18W fast charging. A 4030 mAh battery keeps the lights on in this phone. The display size is 6.08 inches and it will be an AMOLED display with under-display fingerprint sensor available. The release date of Mi A3 is likely to be July 25.
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