A few of the reports had been buzzing in the market earlier, and now it comes out as true that Xiaomi has teamed up with Google to bring up its first Android One phone in the markets of Asia, Europe and Mexico during anytime later this month. This is going to be a smartphone sold at 15,000 Indian Rupees or $235 and will be titled as Xiaomi Mi A1.
For a while, it will contain the yet available Android 7 Naught out of the box, and as soon as within few months we will be able to update the operating system to Android Oreo, the newest venture of Google. Also, as Ciaomi as stated, this will be amongst the very first devices to update Android P as soon as it arrives.
This 5.5-inch phone will have a 1080p display and all-metal 7.3mm body. The processor will be a Snapdragon 625 octa-core 2GHz one supported by a 4GB RAM and 64GB of inbuilt storage. Adreno 506 GPU will boost its graphical performances. The dual-SIM will be powered by 3,080mAh battery for a whole day’s use. And yes the device includes a 3.5mm jack as well.
— Mi (@xiaomi) September 5, 2017
A major USP of this device is about to be its 12-megapixel dual camera system that has wide and telephoto shots with 2x optical zoom. Portrait Mode-style shots that blur out the background is akin to iPhone 7. By September 12, Xiaomi Mi A1 will be on Flipkart, on Xiaomi’s own site, and will be brought to retail stores shortly after.