Chinese company Xiaomi has reduced the prices of its mid-range smartphone Mi A2 in India. It has two variants and both prices have reduced by Rs 2,000. After the price cut, the price of Xiaomi Mi A2 will now start from Rs13,999. Now, the recently launched Redmi Note 6 Pro and Xiaomi Mi A2 are of same price, you might be confused which smartphone is better for you.
In the second variant of Mi A2, 128GB internal memory is provided with 6GB of RAM, and its price has been reduced to Rs 15,999 after the price cut.
If you want a smartphone within 15,000 rupees which is good in almost every department, Mi A2 can prove to be the best deal for you. This is special for Pure Android Experience, because this smartphone does not run on the MIUI. Here’s the Android One. This feature from Google will support all the latest Android technologies. You will also be getting security patches from Google.
Mi A2’s build quality and design is also decent, you can also turn on the hotspot by connecting to WiFi.
This smartphone is very good in terms of performance. We’ve reviewed it and found that this segment has the best stock Android device. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor and will also get the latest Android. There is no problem in gaming and the flagship responded without any lag while playing PUBG.
The display is bright and colorful, the viewing angle is also good. There is no problem in continuous gaming and the experience of viewing videos bevel is also fantastic. Its display is 5.99 inches and the Aspect ratio is 19: 9.
For the photography, this smartphone is the best in this segment and you can click good photos. There is a dual rear camera setup in which the primary camera is 12 megapixels second 20 megapixels. For the Selfies, it also has a 20-megapixel sensor. Google lens feature is also given which gives information about the object.
Overall, these smartphones are much better according to this segment and now its prices have come down so it’s the best smartphone if your budget is Rs 15,000.
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