Xiaomi Mi A3 has 6.01-inch AMOLED Display. It has 1,560 x 720 resolution, and screen density is 286ppi.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 665
4 GB / 6 GB
64 GB / 128 GB
Triple lens setup
8MP f/2.2 ultra-wide
2MP f/2.4 depth
18-watt fast charging
No IP Rating
In-display fingerprint sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity, compass
Finger Print Sensor
In Display Finger Print Sensor
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
LTE band 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/20/28/38/40
Android 9.0 Pie (Android One Smartphone)
Dimensions and weight
153.5 x 71.9 x 8.5mm
- Kind of Grey
- Not Just Blue
- More than white
Starting with the display, the differences boil down to the type and resolution. The Mi A3 goes with AMOLED, though the HD+ resolution is lower than the Mi A2 display’s Full HD+ resolution. That said, the Mi A2’s display is IPS LCD. That means colors won’t be as vibrant and they are on the Mi A3’s AMOLED display.
It’s as if Xiaomi took a step forward, then took a step backward when it comes to the display. The RAM situation is also a bit perplexing. The Mi A3’s base variant features double the storage of the Mi A2’s, but RAM is stuck at 4GB. Meanwhile, you can get up to 6GB of RAM if you get the 128GB version of the Mi A2.
Moving to the processor, the Mi A3 features the Snapdragon 665 chipset. The Mi A2’s Snapdragon 660 is slightly older, but you won’t notice much of a difference in the real world. The biggest advantage the Snapdragon 665 features is support for 48MP images, which brings us to the cameras.
On the Mi A3, we have a 48MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, and a 2MP depth sensor. According to Ryan’s impressions in our Xiaomi Mi A3 review, this setup is quite decent, resulting in plenty of good shots in a variety of conditions. Moving to the A2, we were pleasantly surprised with its primary 12MP sensor and disappointed with its secondary 20MP sensor meant for low-light situations.
Battery Comparison with Mi A2
Shifting to the battery, the Mi A3 features a large 4,030mAh battery. The capacity almost dwarfs the 3,000mAh battery inside the Mi A2, though both phones feature 18W fast wired charging. Finally, the Mi A3 sports an in-display fingerprint sensor, which is really not that good. The Mi A2 features a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
At the end of the day, you won’t go wrong with either phone. The Mi A3 is the newer phone, so you’ll be more future-proofed than you would with the Mi A2. That said, the older phone holds up surprisingly well against its successor.
Should You Buy xiaomi Mi A3 ?
Xiaomi Mi A3 comes with lots off improvement compares to Mi A2. Mi A3 is a android one smartphone, which makes great experience. If you have Mi A2, you can skip it. But if you have Mi A1 or other xiaomi devices, then you should upgrade to this. It is better deal for customer. The great thing is Mi A3 comes with great design, Triple Rear Camera, Under-display finger print sensor, Fast Charging. That’s make differences to compare this price range devices.
Yes, you should buy xiaomi Mi A3.