Xiaomi Mi A3 performance is a plus …
In terms of specifications, the Xiaomi Mi A3 is pretty good. The Snapdragon 665 chip with the Adreno 610 GPU and 4 GB of RAM is even quick at handling applications and games. When performing daily activities, you should not notice a decrease in the performance of the equipment, only more demanding games can give it a delicate hiccups. You can choose between a built-in 64 or 128 GB memory and if you want to support two SIM cards, you will be doomed to a more expensive version of this smartphone, because the phone has no dedicated memory card slot – a hybrid solution has been used and you will have to choose between dual SIM em, and memory expansion.
… but the screen is down
Unfortunately, Xiaomi Mi A3 also has its drawbacks. Despite the fact that it has an AMOLED display in 19.5: 9 aspect ratio and with a fairly large diagonal of 6.1 inches, it cannot be overlooked that its resolution is simply too low. With such a large surface, 720 x 1560 resolution is definitely too little – instead of HD +, as in Mi A2 should be here FHD + resolution, which would go well with the appropriate saturation of colors and viewing angles. The brightness of the display is another matter, because in really bright conditions the readability of the screen decreases drastically. Users of traditional headphones with a 3.5 mm jack connector will be pleased with the return of the classic port, but with the sound of the phone rather not – the sound is quite flat, without depth and in my opinion too quiet, it lacks power.