ByLinky Johnson 2019-04-20 1099
Until now, a fingerprint sensor in the display was reserved for more expensive devices – but so slowly the feature also appears in the middle class. Xiaomi apparently plans to integrate that security feature into the Mi A3. At least the experts from XDA developers have found a corresponding note about the Android One smartphone.
So far, Xiaomi is only using such technology in its flagship series Mi 8 and Mi 9, as well as in the Black Shark 2 gaming smartphone. XDA Developers also expects that there will be several smartphones in the range – presumably a Xiaomi Mi A3 and a Mi A3 Lite.
The smartphone's front camera is expected to dissolve with 32MP, according to the portal. Information about a dual-camera for selfies and the setup on the back is not available. This also applies to the built-in chipset. All you can do is rule out the possibility that there will be a Snapdragon 855 in the Xiaomi Mi A3. Instead of Qualcomm's current top chip, he said, a Snapdragon 636 or 660 is all the more likely.
Unfortunately, nothing is yet known about the price and the market start. It can also be assumed that a few more months will move into the country until the manufacturer goes public with the Xiaomi Mi A3 – and until we know for which regions the market launch is planned.
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