Xiaomi’s Mi-A series is part of the Android One program and has gained a lot of popularity among consumers around the world. The first phone in the lineup, Mi A1, did not impress the consumers but its successor Mi A2 received a great response. Thus, Mi A3’s launched is backed up by a lot of excitement.
Previously, it was rumored that the duo (Mi A3 and A3 Lite) will be launched on 29th July in Poland, however, later on, Xiaomi Spain confirmed that the smartphone will be launched on 17th July in Spain.
Based on previous rumors and leaks Mi A3 and A3 Lite will be rebranded Mi CC9 phones running on stock Android. They might be borrowing the design and cameras from the CC9 series, but they will come with upgraded processors.
Xiaomi, on its official Twitter account, has teased three features of the upcoming smartphone pair. The images show that A3 will have a longer battery life as compared to its predecessor, it will boast an in-display fingerprint sensor and will have an improved performance overall.