Redmi A3 live images leaked, key specs include 6.71-in 90Hz display, 4+64GB, 10w charging

Redmi is poised to revolutionize the budget-friendly smartphone market with its upcoming release, the Redmi A3.

Image source: GSMArena

Unveiling key details through retail posters initially and now with exclusive live images shared by GSMArena, the device promises a significant upgrade in both design and specifications.

The Redmi A3 is set to feature a generous 6.71″ display, a notable increase from its predecessors’ 6.52″ screens. The camera island boasts a distinct circular module, reminiscent of the cutting-edge realme 11 Pro series.

According to reports, the smartphone will house an HD+ LCD panel with a remarkable 90Hz refresh rate and a peak brightness of 400 nits. The camera setup includes a 13MP primary lens complemented by an 8MP selfie snapper.

Under the hood, the Redmi A3 packs a punch with a MediaTek processor, coupled with 4GB LPDDR4X RAM and up to 128GB of eMMC 5.1 storage. Boasting virtual RAM expansion up to 4GB and a convenient microSD card slot for additional storage, the device ensures a seamless user experience.

Fueling the Redmi A3 is a robust 5000mAh battery unit with 10W charging support. The smartphone is equipped with dual-SIM capability, 4G connectivity, WiFi 2.4GHz, Bluetooth 5.0, and various satellite navigation systems. Retaining the 3.5mm audio jack and featuring a USB Type-C port for charging, the Redmi A3 is set to redefine budget-friendly smartphones with its impressive blend of features and performance.


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