Xiaomi Mi A3 Goes Official in India For A Starting Price Of Rs. 12,999

Karamchand Rameshwar - Aug 22, 2019, 11:17 pm IST


Xiaomi finally brings its Xiaomi Mi A3 to India with triple rear cameras, optical fingerprint reader, and more for a starting price of Rs. 12,999.

Xiaomi finally brings the Xiaomi Mi A3 to India. The handset is launched as the direct successor to the Xiaomi Mi A2 launched last year. It comes with a handful of upgrades such as triple rear camera setup, taller screen, on-screen fingerprint reader, AMOLED panel, and a 32MP selfie shooter. It is also powered by the latest chipset in the Snapdragon 600-series. The handset was first debut in Spain in July as the global model of the Xiaomi Mi CC9e.

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Xiaomi Mi A3: price in India

The handset is priced at Rs. 12,999 for the entry-level variant with 4GB of RAM / 64GB of storage. Users can also get the top-end model with 6GB of RAM / 128GB of storage for Rs. 15,999. It comes in three color variants - More Than White, Kind of Grey, and Not Just Blue. 

The Mi A3 will be available for sale in the country from 23 August via Amazon India, Mi Home stores, and Mi.com. Launch offers include a cashback of Rs. 750 for buyers using HDFC Bank credit card and an additional cashback of Rs. 250 on any EMI transaction on the same credit card. 

Xiaomi Mi A3: Specifications

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The Xiaomi Mi A3 is the first in the series to come with an AMOLED panel and an on-screen fingerprint reader. On the front, it packs a 6.08-inch AMOLED panel with HD+ resolution, which is quite a bummer. Ticking at its core is a Snapdragon 665 SoC, paired with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The brand offers a microSD card slot for storage expansion up to 256GB. Security-wise, it features an optical fingerprint scanner for biometric authentication. In terms of software, the Mi A3 is a part of Google’s Android One program, so it ships with a stock version of Android 9 Pie. 

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Moving to the imaging department, it comes with a triple camera setup, including a 48MP Sony IMX586 main sensor with an f/1.7 lens, an 8MP camera with an ultra-wide lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. Fueling the entire setup is a beefy 4,030 mAh battery with support for 18W fast charging solution. 

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