After so much of hype and teasers all over social media channels, finally China-baed smartphone maker, Xiaomi has announced a new smartphone, the Xiaomi Mi A1 which is an Android One series phone and for this Xiaomi has partnered with Google. Three back Google has announced Android One program and launched it from India, but sadly Android One program never took off in India and all Android One smartphones failed to deliver what Google has expected from them.
Earlier Google has partnered with Micromax, Spice, and Karbonn, but all three manufacturers find it difficult to find buyers, and the Lava entered into the picture but the story remains the same. Now Google has a new partner, Xiaomi and they have new hopes with Xiaomi Mi A1.
The talking point of Xiaomi Mi A1 is its dual-camera setup on the back, it has a 12MP (f/2.2) wide-angle lens and a 12MP (f/2.6) telephoto lens along with dual tone LED flash, Xiaomi has said camera on Mi A1 is the same used on Xiaomi Mi 6, meanwhile at the front you will find a 5MP snapper for selfies.
It comes with a metal unibody design with an anti-fingerprint coating to protect it from fingerprints marks and has rounded corners to make your grip easy on the device. It has a rear-mounting finger print scanner as well.
It supports high-quality audio and DHS Audio Calibration and a standalone audio amplifier on board to take your music experience to the new level.
When it comes to specs, it flaunts a 5.5-inch 1080p display up front which is covered in 2.5D curved glass, under the hood, it is powered by Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor along with 4GB RAM and comes with 64GB internal storage which can be further expandable via Micro SD card.
For connectivity, it supports WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, LTE, and USB Type-C with OTG support, and when it comes to software scenario, it runs on stock Android OS, v7.1.1 and will get Android O update by the end of this year, company has also promised for update for 2 years, means you will get Android P as well on Xiaomi Mi A1.