Another Polish e-commerce listed the upcoming Xiaomi Mi A2 and published detailed renders and specs of the handset ahead of the official launch set for July 24. The new renders show the device from every angle and they highlight a design identical to the one of the newly-announced Mi 6X. Indeed, just like its predecessor, the Mi A2 will be a variant of the Mi 6X for the global market, but it will differ from this device because it will have Android One installed instead of the MIUI.
And that is what the renders are showing: a clean and stock Android user interface. From the renders, we can see Xiaomi Mi A2 in the Black color variant with a full metal unibody design and U-shaped antenna bands. The display is tall but it has no notch and it has an 18:9 aspect ratio. On the rear side, there is a dual camera in a vertical configuration with a flash LED in the middle, and at the center of the backplate, there is a circular fingerprint reader.
According to the published specs, Xiaomi Mi A2 will boast a 5.99-inch display with a Full HD+ resolution, 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. The dual camera will have a 12 + 20 MP configuration, while the SoC will be the octa-core Snapdragon 660 and the battery will have a 3000 mAh capacity. Note that Xiaomi Mi 6X has been launched in China with prices starting from $253. Also, recent certifications hint that the Mi A2 will not be alone as it will be accompanied by a Lite version with Snapdragon 625.