Xiaomi Mi A3 adopts Snapdragon 730 processor and triple rear cameras

Posted in May 4, 2019 in Smartphones, no comment

In recent two years, with the rise of domestic mobile phones, many brands have begun to open up overseas markets. Among them, Xiaomi is mainly sold in India. Recently, Xiaomi’s head of India, Manu Kumar Jain, said a new Xiaomi machine with Qualcomm’s latest 7 series processors would be released in India.

Xiaomi Mi A3

It is reported that this phone is likely to be Xiaomi A3. As a result, a rendered picture of Xiaomi A3 has also been exposed online. As we all know, Xiaomi a series of mobile phones are aimed at the low-end market, with a high price-to-performance ratio. Now let’s take a look at the details.

From the exposed picture, the Xiaomi A3 will use a water drop screen design, and is equipped with a single front camera. In addition, the lower frame of the new phone is very narrow, and there are no solid buttons, and the other three sides are basically border-free. Overall, the percentage of screen is still very high, so it can bring users a good visual experience. The rear body design is very simple, and a rear camera for three-shot design, they are vertically distributed in the upper-left position of the body. Below the camera is the led flash. It is worth noting that there is no fingerprint recognition area on the back, but it is not clear whether screen fingerprint recognition is available.

In hardware configuration, the Xiaomi A3 is pre-loaded with Snapdragon 730 processor, which is Qualcomm’s latest 7-series processor, based on the 8nmlpp process, using a 26 core design. On the other hand, the Sony imx 586 lens, which has a rear three-shot of 48 million pixels, is thought to be powerful on the mid-and low-end. Other specific parameters are not known, but as far as the rendering and exposure configurations are concerned, this is a new machine that is worth looking forward to, and you can paying attention to it if you are interested.

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