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Xiaomi Mi A2 Quick Review | Best Mid-range Android One smartphone? |

Xiaomi had introduced Mi A1 as a mid-range device last year, which was the first smartphone with stock-android on behalf of the company. In the device introduced under Google's Android One program, you also get Google's confidence with Xiaomi's best hardware. The fans of Mi's, liked this device and since then the A1 upgrades were waiting for everyone, which the company has launched in Spain on July 24.

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Xioami Mi A2 Review: Design and Display
Xiaomi has not made any special changes in design this time too. Mi A2 also appears to be quite similar to Mi A1 but here you will also see some things of Redmi Note 5 Pro such as the Dual Rear Vertical Camera Setup. In the device you have a dual camera setup similar to the Redmi Note 5 Pro in the back, with LED flash given between the two sensors.

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Keeping in mind the trend of modern trends, Mi A2 also gives you a8: 9 fibroid display. In the Mi A2, the 5.99-inch FHD + display on the front is given with 2160X1080p resolution, whose pixel density 403ppi is kept. You have also got Gorilla Glass 5 protection with the display and you will see enough bezel on top and bottom of the display.
On the back side you have been given a Curve Metal Beak Plate which is also slightly curved on the edges. Like Mi A1, the U-shaped antenna bands have been given above and below which provide a nice look to the device. It is worth noting that Mi A2 is just 7.3mm thin, which makes the phone quite comfortable.

Xiaomi has given a fingerprint sensor on the back side, while the on-screen navigation button is different from the front of Mi A1, in India this device will be available in Black, Blue, Gold, and Rose Gold option.

In our personal opinion, Mi A2 seems a bit more attractive than other phones found in the affordable category. In order to test the strength of the phone, we pressed the back of the phone with the help of the thumb in the middle and the phone proved successful in this test. But despite this, a TUP back cover is also provided with the phone and will suggest using it.

Xiaomi Mi A2 Review: Hardware

In Mi A2 you will see a lot of changes compared to the Mi A1. Here is the Adreno 512 GPU with the 2.2GHz Snapdragon 660 mobile processor, which clearly means that it will prove to be the most powerful Android One device ever offered by Xiaomi.
In India, Xiaomi Mi A2 has been introduced with 4GB and 64GB storage, but in the launch event it has been said that 6GB Ram Varian will also be made available for sale in India soon. But here we are amazed at the absence of the micro SD card slot.

In Mi A2 you have a mono-speaker grill on the down side with USB Type-C, Bluetooth 5.0 and IR blaster. But Xiaomi did not have a 3.5mm audio jack here. Yes, Xiaomi has not given 3.5mm audio jack and micro SD card slot in Mi A2.

To talk further, you have been supported with Dual SIM Dual VoLTE in Mi A2 . In the phone you have a quick charge 3.0 support in the box with 3,010mAh battery, but in Mi A2, you have also been given Quick Charge 4.0 technology, so if you have a charger with Quick Charge 4.0 then you have a lot of speed Can charge from

Xiaomi Mi A2 Review: Software
In most devices, the chemo uses the MIUI custom skin but here you are given the Android One OS. With the support of Google's Android One program, there is no scope for any extra applications in the device. Here only this application is given to Mi Remote, Mi file manager and Mi Drop.

Like other Android One devices Mi A2 also promises to get regular updates for 2 years. It means that you will get an OTA update for Android P and Android Q, but it can not be said about how many days after Google's release it will be available.

As you may remember, this was promised at the time of launch of Mi A1 but it took a lot of time to get OTA updates and when there were updates, there were a lot of bugs, due to which the experience of using the device was a bit disappointing. . We expect you to improve the record of updating with Xiaomi Mi A2.

Xiaomi Mi A2 Review: Camera

Like the Mi A1 phone, Xiaomi has talked about the Mi A2 camera. Despite being launched a year ago Mi A1 has still proved to be the best camera phone (in less than Rs 20,000).

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The company has given a much better presentation about the A2 camera in the device's launch event. Xiaomi claims that the Mi A2 camera is capable of giving you an equal performance if you are not better than OnePlus 6.

Apart from this, Xiaomi has also made front camera feature even better. In Mi A2 you are given a 20MP soft-facing LED camera on the front. Selfie Camera AI provides smart-beauty, auto HDR, apart from Portrait Mode.

Xiaomi Mi A2 Review: Battery and Audio

Xiaomi's Mi A-Series battery has not been introduced with any special change, but here you get approximately 80mAh battery capacity of A1. This does not prove to be the best in your price segment, and you can not afford to back up the battery for 1 day, you have to charge your device for a while but have to charge.

The point here is that the quick-charging 4+ support given in Mi A2 makes it different from other devices available in this price segment. But here you have to buy a quick charger separately. In the box you have been given a 5V / 2A charger that is capable of fully charging your device in 2 hours.

Xiaomi Mi A2 Quick Review: Best Mid-range Android One smartphone?

Xiaomi Mi A2 looks great on paper, but there are some drawbacks here too. Due to the lack of 3.5mm audio jack and the absence of the micro SD card slot, you feel a bit disappointed.

Keep the deficiencies aside, in Mi A2, you are getting  a much better specification according to the price. Stock-Android proves to be quite reliable. The camera display of the phone has been much better than before but the lack of 2x optical zoom will disappoint you a little.


  • ·        Nice display
  • ·        Fast chipset
  • ·        Satisfactory camera
  • ·        Value for Money


  • ·        No 3.5mm audio jack
  • ·        No micro SD card slot
  • ·        No 2x optical zoom

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