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Xiaomi's Newest Android One Device Leaked Online

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Xiaomi is coming up with a new Android One smartphone. Pictures of the Xiaomi Mi A3 have emerged online and it looks a lot like a Huawei smartphone.

The photos, coming from WinFutureshow what appears to be a tweaked Xiaomi Mi CC9. The latter smartphone was announced earlier in the month. The big difference between the two devices is that the Mi A3 comes with a stock Android One experience instead of MIUI.

As seen on the photos, the device features a OnePlus 6T-style notch on top of the display. There is also a three-camera panel on the back. WinFuture shares some of the specs of this device, among which include a 6-inch AMOLED display with a 2240x1080 resolution, 48-megapixel main sensor, an 8-megapixel and 2-megapixel camera on the back, and 4,000mAh battery.

From within, the device runs on a Snapdragon 665 processor with a choice between 64 and 128GB of onboard storage. A microSD card slot is available for memory expansion.

Right now, there is no word on the specific areas where this device will launch and its price.



Source: WinFuture

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  1. as more brands like xiaomi, umidigi, and one plus make more phones that give you a lot more value for your money, both the fruit brand and sammy are in big trouble. the days of chrging you $700-1500 for a phone that cost them $100-200 to make are long gone. spending tons of cash on advertising isn't going to fool any more customers since a lot of them got more educated about phones and the carriers no longer can hide the real price in a subsidized contract.

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  2. None of those Chinese made phones you mention are anywhere near 'flagship' status. Most aren't even 'middle of the road'. I doubt that 'fruit brand and sammy' are the least bit concerned.

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  3. Not to mention the difficulty of getting any kind of support with the Chinese market phones

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