The Xiaomi Mi A3 was officially  announced yesterday in Spain  for a starting price of 249 euros ($280). It’s a solid smartphone in the budget segment featuring the new Snapdragon 665 processor, 4GB of RAM, 48MP triple cameras, and a large 4030mAh battery. One of its major highlights is its in-display fingerprint sensor, not usually seen in this price segment. The display is the only major department where Xiaomi seems to have let us down but is it really very bad? That’s what we find out in our Xiaomi Mi A3 video review.

We got the phone pretty early so we could publish this Mi A3 review pretty quickly. We have talked about the phone’s disappointing HD  display as well, so you’ll get a fair idea how it looks in real life. We compare it with the elder brother, the Mi CC9 as well so that you know what you are missing out.

Finally, our sources had  mentioned that there should be a rebranded Xiaomi Mi CC9  model for the international market in September. We still don’t know what it’ll be called but it’s very likely that it ends up as the Xiaomi Mi A3 Pro. If you have missed out on our Xiaomi Mi CC9 review, you can check that  out from here !

And don’t worry, a full Xiaomi Mi A3 review article is also on the way. It should be up in a couple of days.