It is raining Mi A3 news today. First, we covered renders and specs of the phone and then it was followed by unboxing photos. The latest is a launch date for the phone in the central European country of Poland.
A poster has surfaced on the web that reveals the Mi A3 will be launching in Poland on July 25. We think this is where the phone will make its first appearance before heading to other markets and this is because the date is sort of exactly a year after the Mi A2 launched. The Mi A2 was announced on July 24 in Spain and now Xiaomi is taking the launch of its successor to Poland a day after its 1 year anniversary.
The image says the Mi A3 will launch in Warsaw and the event will begin at 1600hrs. Those who can’t make it should be able to watch a livestream of the launch.
The Mi A3 will have an AMOLED display with an in-display fingerprint, a Snapdragon 665 processor, 4GB of RAM, up to 128GB of storage, a 4030mAh battery, triple rear cameras, and run vanilla Android.
We expect the Mi A3 will launch alongside a less-powerful Mi A3 Lite which will also cost less.