Good news for Mi fans! Xiaomi has kicked off the Mi A3 teaser campaign with a little something about price. Recently Xiaomi replied to a year-old old tweet, which says the “crazy good deal” and hinted that the new model will be even better. At launch, the Xiaomi Mi A2 cost €250 (4/32GB), the Mi A2 Lite was at €180. Weeks later, the Mi A2 arrived in India at Rs 17,000 respectively.
As per the reports, Mi A3 duo will either cost less than the previous launches or just offer better specs at the same price. Though Xiaomi is yet to announce the European prices, converting the Chinese price tags gives us €230 for the Mi CC9 and €170 for the Mi CC9e.
A werPlanetOnline portal has already listed the Xiaomi Mi A3 with the exact specs of the CC9e.
Reportedly, the model number associated with the CC9e is also listed in the database of carrier Ting as “Mi A3”.
We can expect shakeup in naming so that the Mi CC9-based Android One phone is the “Mi A3 Pro” or something similar to it. So far there is no confirmation of the rumoured upgrade to Snapdragon 730 and 675.