Xiaomi through the teasers has hyped the official launch of Xiaomi Mi A3 in Europe. The recent teaser pointed that the handset will be released on Poland on July 25 but that’s not going to be any further as Xiaomi’s latest tweet shows that the handset will arrive in stores in Spain and then in Poland.
Xiaomi Mi A3 Release Date in Spain:
According to the tweet, Xiaomi Mi A3 is going to be released on July 17 in Spain – 8 days earlier it gets launched in Poland.
Nuestros Mi Fans lo tienen claro, la serie Mi A reúne todo lo necesario: sistema Android, y todas las ventajas de ser un dispositivo Xiaomi.
— Xiaomi España (@XiaomiEspana) July 15, 2019
Xiaomi is likely to release Mi A3 along with Mi A3 Lite. However, expecting to see a never-before-seen design would be wrong as Mi A3 and A3 Lite are likely to be released as a global version of Xiaomi Mi CC9 and Mi CC9e. Designs aside for a short while, both models are expected to run stock Android – very much their predecessors.
Xiaomi has recently posted three teasers on his official Twitter account, which show important specifications and features of a smartphone. This includes enhanced efficiency, on-screen fingerprint scanner and increased battery capacity as compared to Xiaomi Mi A2.
Hit ❤️ now if you think smart is the new sexy for smartphones!
Reason 1 to upgrade to #MiA3:
— Xiaomi (@Xiaomi) July 13, 2019
A leaked picture of the Mi A3 has already indicated that a Snapdragon 665 chipset is going to power the beast. A quick screen fingerprint sensor, 4030mAh battery, and triple camera configuration will also be a part of this package. Basically, these are the specifications of the Mi CC9, which only runs on pure Android OS – based on Google Android One.