The process is quite simple - remove the hybrid SIM card tray and once you open the back panel, all you need is a screwdriver to go all the way.More news: US Patriot battery reportedly to deploy to Saudi Arabia
The biggest letdown is, of course, the 6.088-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1560×720 pixels.
Xiaomi Mi A3 is one of the most anticipated smartphones from the company. We expect the release of Mi A3 to happen in emerging countries like India within the next four months. The Mi A2 retailed for RM999 when it was launched in August past year while the Mi A1 was sold for RM1,099 when it was first released in Malaysian in 2017.More news: Oilers trade Lucic to Flames for Neal
On the camera front, the smartphone features a triple-camera setup on the rear, which includes a primary 48MP f/1.79 Sony IMX582 sensor, along with an 8MP f/2.2 ultra-wide-angle lens secondary sensor, and a 2MP f/2.4 depth sensor for portrait shots. What's even better is that the 3.5mm audio jack and expandable storage are back after missing out on the Mi A2. The smartphone is backed by a huge 4,030mAh battery under the hood and offers up to 18W fast charging via USB Type-C.
The device would be running on Stock Android 9 Pie as a part of the Android One Program. The smartphone has a 32MP selfie camera on the front with a ton of AI-backed options to serve customers to capture "perfect selfies". It also has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection on top, and the handset comes with in-display fingerprint sensor. The smartphone runs on an 11nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 chipset, paired with 4GB of RAM and as much as 128GB UFS 2.1 storage.More news: Toys R Us plans a small comeback
Away from the technical specifications, Xiaomi made a decision to follow in Google's footsteps in going with catchy colour names; More Than White, Kind of Gray and Not Just Blue. What we do know is that the 64GB variant has a price of 249 euros ($279) while the 128GB variant is priced at 279 euros ($313).