Xiaomi Mi A3 With Android One Can Finally Launch In India; Mi CC9 Can Be Mi A3! (Rumors)
As per fresh news pouring in, Xiaomi’s upcoming Mi CC9 device is none other than Xiaomi’s Mi A3. Yes, there are new leaks about the phone that reveal that the signs of the Mi CC9 device are similar to that of Mi CC9.
While there were rumours that the Mi 9X will be launched as Mi A3, which is the third device in Xiaomi’s Mi A series, it is clear that these new leaks have changed the whole scenario.
Is this rumor about the Mi A3 similar to Mi CC9 true? Read on and find out!
Xiaomi To Launch Mi A3
Xiaomi has recently officially announced two new phones, Mi CC9 and Mi CC9e, that will be specifically targeting the young population of the world. They will be the first devices from Xiaomi to be equipped with a flipping camera.
On the other hand, Xiaomi has also launched two devices from its Mi A series, Mi A1 and Mi A2, and Xiaomi fans have been eagerly waiting for the third device in line. All the two phones feature Android One, and Mi A3 will also follow the same path.
A leak by a popular tipster, Sudhanshu Ambhore, has revealed that the Mi A3 is in the pipeline and will be built in a design quite similar to the Mi CC9.
“Don’t worry Android One lovers, there will be #Xiaomi Mi A3 and its design is quite similar to #XiaomiCC9.”
Although there is no official news, we can expect that the Mi A3, will be designed like the Mi CC9 and Mi A3 Lite to mimic the Mi CC9e.
Mi CC9 and Mi CC9e: Details and Specifications
If the Mi A3 is really going to identify with the Mi CC9, let’s have a look at the specifications and features of Mi CC9.
The Mi CC9 is rumoured to come with a Snapdragon 730 processor, and a 4000 mAh battery as well. The CC series will also flaunt an in-display fingerprint sensor, one with a flipping camera and with super front cameras as well.
The phones will have Gorilla Glass 5 protection, on both the front and back.
The first two devices under the Mi CC series will be launched on July 2, as confirmed by Xiaomi.
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