Essentially, the Mi A2 Lite has the same underpinnings as its predecessor, albeit with a refreshed design for 2018. That's more than what can be said for virtually any other Android smartphone whose price is in the ballpark of $200, save for the ones made by HMD Global, i.e. Nokia. Coming to the Mi Electric Toothbrush, as the name suggests, it is a smart toothbrush with 31,000 vibrations per minute for high cleaning power accompanied with rounded bristles, IPX 7 water resistance rating and a charge that last for 18 days.
You will be able to buy the Mi A2 in three different colours - Gold, Blue, and Black. We'll bring you all the final details as soon as they are revealed later today, along with all the pricing. To watch the event, just hit the play button in the video embedded below. To recall, the Mi A1 was launched for Rs. 14,999 a year ago. The Mi A2 will be sold for 249 euros (~$290) with 4GB of RAM and 32GB onboard storage. A smartphone belonging to the Pocophone brand then appeared on FCC, and it was later listed in two storage capacities: 6GB of RAM with 64GB/128GB of storage.
The Mi A2 boasts a metal unibody design and an edge-to-edge display with small but observable top and bottom bezels. The teaser also hinted at a feature that will allow users to change focus between background and foreground, depending on your preference. The Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite feature comprehensive upgrades from the Mi A1, and Xiaomi is set to make both devices available in over 40 markets around the world.
China-based Xiaomi has risen to mobile industry prominence largely thanks to impressive domestic sales numbers during the company's first couple of years of existence, followed by astoundingly fast recent gains in market share across India. The new smartphones are expected to come with multiple options, including 3GB or 4GB RAM, and 32GB or 64GB of inbuilt storage. Henceforth, the devices will provide a solid Android 8.0 Oreo experience. The screen featured on the image also didn't show any signs of custom MIUI skin. It can be expected that the model will receive Android P update sometime later this year, though the Mi A1 wasn't too quick with updates.
On the camera front, the device features a dual-camera setup with a combination of 12-megapixel primary lens with f/1.75 aperture along with a secondary 20-megapixel secondary sensor with f/1.75 aperture. As compared to the premium variant (Mi A2), the base variant also gets an AI dual camera setup of 12MP + 5MP sensors. It will ship with a 5.84-inch, FHD+ display and a 4000mAh battery, which is larger than the pricier Mi A2.
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