Xiaomi has recently launched their Mi A2 and A2 Lite phones. They are Android One phones only developed for the global markets. The launch date scheduled for India is August 8, the sane day on which Meizu 16 is also getting launched. Xiaomi is known for not bringing the Quick Charge tech to India on many of its budget phones. But, looks like it is changing as the company has revealed that Quick Charge 4 will be supported on the phone, but only in the Indian models. The chipset Snapdragon 660 already supports Quick Charge 4, but less than few devices come with Quick Charge 4 in the market today, even if we count the flagships.
Talking about the specifications, the phone is powered by the Snapdragon 660 Soc, the same chipset that is powering most of the higher ranged mid-rangers phones currently. It has a 5.99 inch Full HD display with an aspect ratio of 18:9. The RAM depends on the variant you buy, either 4GB, or 6GB. Though it is expected that only the 6 GB RAM variant will be launched in India. Talking about the cameras, the rear side has a dual 12+20MP iPhone like camera setup. The design is common on most of the Xiaomi phones launched this year. The primary lens comes with a great f1.75 aperture, which means that the phone will do a decent job in capturing low light photos. The front side also has an impressive 20 MP camera with bokeh mode and beautification algorithms for the selfie lovers. The phone also comes with Bluetooth 5 for faster wireless file transfers. A USB Type-C jack has made it to the phone, though the 3.5mm audio jack is missing. It’s strange that even the mid-range phones are loosing their audio jacks. What are your opinions about the phone, do let us know in the comments below!