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Xiaomi Mi A3 has just been FCC approved with 3 48MP rear cameras, running Android One


Not long ago, rumors appear that Xiaomi Mi CC9 line may become Android One smartphone line – Mi A3 outside China.

Today, a mysterious Xiaomi smartphone with model number M1906F9SH has just been discovered at the FCC. It is known that this phone was previously certified by IMDA Sigapore agency.

According to the Mysmartprice page, the number of Xiaomi smartphone models discovered on the FCC is almost identical to the Mi CC9 (M1906F9SC) except the last letter. Therefore, according to information experts, this is the Mi A3 as some previous rumors said.

In addition to the model number, the FCC list of Mi A3 today also reveals the design image of the back of this phone as well as camera parameters. Accordingly, if today's news source is trusted, it seems that successor Mi A2 will come with a 3-camera system in the back with lenses arranged vertically and located in the top left corner. This camera cluster configuration is also very promising with main sensor resolution up to 48MP and with the help of AI artificial intelligence.

Interestingly, the back of Mi A3 does not see the presence of fingerprint sensors, so it is likely to be integrated below the screen.

Regarding other configuration information, it is likely that Mi A3 will have the same hardware as Mi CC9e including: Snapdragon 665 processor, 4GB / 6GB RAM, 32GB / 64GB / 128GB internal memory, 32MP selfie camera but running on Android One operating system.


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