The MediaTek processor has been used in the upcoming Affordable Mobile Redmi A1, although the name of the processor has not been revealed yet. 5000 mAh battery will be given in this mobile.
Upcoming Affordable Mobile: Xiaomi is bringing the Redmi A1 phone.
This week is going to be very special for people who want cheap smartphones. Redmi’s new smartphone is going to be launched this week. The price of this Upcoming Affordable Mobile will be less than Rs.8000. This mobile named Redmi A1 will be launched in India on 6th September at 12 noon. Xiaomi has prepared a microsite for its upcoming smartphone, in which it has shared some specification information.
The MediaTek processor has been used in the upcoming Affordable Mobile Redmi A1, although the name of the processor has not been revealed yet. 5000 mAh battery will be given in this mobile. Also, this phone will be offered in three color variants. Also, hard plastic will be used on the back panel in this.
The company tweeted the information
Xiaomi has told about this upcoming mobile by tweeting from its official Twitter account. Xiaomi has said in the tweet that it will knock with clean software, which means that the company can use stock Android this time. However, the company has not yet confirmed this information. Although Xiaomi has used stock Android in the phones coming under the A series.
This will be a made in India phone
The company has told that this is a Made in India smartphone and similarly it is being prepared in India itself. However, till now the company has not shared information about which processor will be used in it. Recently this mobile has been spotted on Geekbench, where it was revealed that it works on MediaTek Helio A22 chipset.
These phones will compete with Rs 10,000
The company had not launched any of its smartphones in the budget segment for a long time and now it is going to launch a new mobile. Whereas Redmi 10A, Redmi 9i Sport and Redmi 9i Active phones will be present in this segment already. Read news from the tech and mobile world here.