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    Mi A2 Price in India | Xiaomi Mi A2 specification

    Mi A2 Price in India | Xiaomi Mi A2 specification

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    Xiaomi Mi A2 Specification 

    MI A2 price in India

    • Camera: 12+20 MP Dual rear camera | 20 MP front camera
    • Display: 15.21 centimetres (5.99-inch) Full HD+ capacitive touchscreen display with 2160x1080 pixels and 403 ppi pixel density | 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 5
    • Memory, Storage & SIM: 4GB/6GB RAM | 64GB/128Gb storage | Dual nano SIM with dual-standby (4G+4G)
    • Operating System and Processor: Android v8.1 Oreo operating system with 2.2GHz Qualcomm snapdragon 660 octa core processor
    • Battery: 3010 mAH lithium Polymer battery
    • Warranty: 1 year manufacturer warranty for device and 6 months manufacturer warranty for in-box accessories including batteries from the date of purchase
    • Included in box: Type-C to Audio adapter, Power adapter, USB Cable, Clear soft case
    • Customer Support Number: 1800 103 6286

    MRP - 64GB - 11,999/- 128Gb 15,999/-

    A2 Product description
    Size name:64GB/128GB  |  Colour:Black

    Qualcomm Snapdragon 660, 2.2 GHz processor. 3010mAh battery capacity. 15.91 cm (5.99") FHD+ Display. Stock Android Oreo 8.1. 12 MP + 20 MP dual rear camera with portrait mode PDAF, HDR, dual flash. 20 MP front camera with portrait mode, flash light. Proximity sensor, E compass, Gyroscope, Accelerometer, IR Blaster.

    Xiaomi Mi A2 Review

    Xiaomi has launched the Mi A2 as its second Android One phone in India. Google originally started the android One programme to deliver the stock android expertise on entry-level handsets in developing markets. However, there have been no new product in India when the initial launches from Karbonn, Micromax and Spice. Google later revived android One in 2017 to supply users smartphones running stock android with none manufacturer customisations. The first of those in India was the Xiaomi Mi A1  that launched last year. More makers have listed into the program since then, however only a few devices have created it to India. Nokia, an HMD international brand, was the primary to announce that its entire android lineup would adopt android One and every one the smartphones that it declared at MWC 2018 have now launched in India. The new Mi A2 promises better hardware while still running bone-stock Android. So should the Xiaomi Mi A2 ₹ 11,999 be the first choice for an Android purist on a budget? We put it to the test.

    Xiaomi Mi A2 design

    The Mi A2 is a well-designed smartphone. It has a metal unibody that gives it a premium feel in the hand. The first change you will notice compared to the Mi A1 is that it has a big 5.99-inch display with an 18:9 aspect ratio, which makes the phone tall and narrow. The sides are curved that makes it comfortable within the hand. Our Black review unit had a matte end that resisted fingerprints to some extent. This phone is sort of slippery and that we would recommend that you just place the case provided within the box to use.
    The power and volume buttons are on the proper and supply smart feedback once pressed. We found that the power button is well placed, but the volume buttons are a little too high for our liking. Xiaomi has positioned the selfie camera, earpiece, selfie light and a notification light above the display while the space below it is blank. For those curious, this smartphone has a single-colour notification LED.
    The USB Type-C port at the bottom has speaker grilles on either aspect however solely the proper one homes a speaker. An IR emitter that may be wont to control IR-based appliance is at the highest at the side of the secondary microphone. There is no 3.5mm headphone jack so you get a USB Type-C dongle in the box. Xiaomi claims that it's used a high-quality amplifier to boost audio output from the speaker and headphones.

    Xiaomi has opted for a dual camera setup at the rear, that is currently positioned vertically compared to the horizontal setup on the Mi A1. There’s a 12-megapixel primary camera, a 20-megapixel secondary sensor, and an LED flash. This camera module protrudes quite a bit causing the Mi A2 to rock when placed on a flat surface. The fingerprint scanner is next to the camera module, at the natural resting position of either index. Xiaomi has opted for a 3000mAh battery to power the Mi A2.

    Xiaomi Mi A2 specification,Software,and features

    The Chinese smartphone maker hase the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor to power the Mi A2. It has Eight Kry 260 CPU core and an Adreno 515 GPU. The A2 has 4GB and 6GB of RAM and 64GB and 128GB of storage.but storage isn't expandable, A2 is a Dual-SIM smartphone and it has two Nano-SIM slots and you can use 4G and VoLTE on Both SIMs.

    The 5.99-inch display support full-HD+ resolution,A2 has 403ppi pixel density with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for protection.A2 viewing angles are good but display does not get much bright.you can not get any option to tweak the output.The Ambient Display feature wakes the phones when you get any notifications.

    At A2, 3000mAh bettery capacity is lower than the most other smartphones in this segment offer.The Mi A2 mobile supports Qualcomm's Quick Charge 4+ but you only get a standard 10W charger in the box.the Mi A2 has include Bluetooth 5.0, and dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11ac,GPS,A-GPS,GLONASS,and Beidou.

    Mi A2 Camera Review

    Xiaomi has focused on the camera of the Mi A2. The Mi A2 has 12-megapixel primary rear camera. it has 1.25-micron pixels and f/1.75 aperture.Mi A2 has The secondary 20-megapixel camera uses 4-in-1 pixel binning with bigger 2-micron pixels and an f/1.75 aperture.Mi A2 should help in low ight instead.

    Mi A2 Camera Samples

    Xiaomi has worked on its camera app and it is different from the stock Android camera. You get Short Video, Portrait, Square, Panorama, and a Manual mode, apart from the usual Photo and Video modes. The Manual mode lets you set white balance, focus, shutter speed and ISO, and also lets you choose between the ‘regular’ and ‘low light’ lenses. Xiaomi claims that it has tweaked the Portrait mode such that it uses the 12-megapixel camera in favorable light conditions but switches to the 20-megapixel camera in low light, but we found that this did not actually happen. While one lens is in use, the other acts as a depth sensor. 

    Mi A2 camera samples

    The Mi A2 is fairly quick to meter light and lock focus. Photos taken with the Mi A2 outdoors have a good amount of detail and colors are quite accurate. Zoom into an image and you can still see details without much loss. We noticed that the camera app also switched HDR on automatically when the scene required it, bringing out more details from the shadows and delivering slightly sharper results. Autofocusing is quick when taking macros and we found that the Mi A2 could focus on relatively small objects. Macros were sharp and the phone managed good separation between the subject and the background.
    Mi A2 camera samples
    Mi A2 camera samples
    Mi A2 camera samples
    Mi A2 camera samples
    Mi A2 camera samples
    In low light, the Mi A2 bumps the ISO up and lowers the shutter speed to help the primary camera capture more light, instead of switching to the secondary one. Xiaomi should have taken advantage of the better sensor for low-light shots by switching automatically, but you can do this yourself in Manual mode. These photos also have decent amounts of detail but we noticed aggressive noise reduction being applied in darker areas, leading to a watercolor effect when zooming in.

    Selfies are detailed and we got sharp results when shooting indoors. The selfie fill light comes in handy when shooting in low-lit conditions. HDR is available for the selfie camera and kicks in automatically when required. You can also select the level of beautification you need, and an Advanced mode which lets you tweak different beautification parameters.

    Video recording on the Xiaomi Mi A2 maxes out at 4K for the primary camera and 1080p for the selfie camera. You also get the option to shoot in 1080p at 60fps rather than 30fps with the rear camera, but we found that it had difficulty locking focus at the higher frame rate. Video stabilization is available for the rear camera, and helps you capture steady footage.

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