Xiaomi finally ended all speculations and rumours surrounding the Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite with the launch of the duo in an event held in Spain. The popularity of the Mi A2 is traceable to the successful run of the Mi A1 which came out as Xiaomi’s first and only phone running stock Android. Xiaomi Mi A2 has now joined that train and along with it comes a new Mi A2 Lite.
When the dust generated by the launch finally settles, the next question would be the availability of both models. The Chinese company did not leave us in doubt as to the global availability of the models. According to details released by the firm, the Mi A2 will be available in 39 different countries cutting across six different regions of the world while the Mi A2 Lite will only be available in 36 different countries. The three countries where the Mi A2 Lite won’t be available are in the Asia Pacific and they include India, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
In the Asia Pacific, the Mi A2 will b available in Bangladesh, Hong Kong, India, Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Pakistan, Indonesia and a couple of other countries. The model will also be available in the following countries in Europe; Spain, France, Italy, Poland Bulgaria, Belarus, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Turkey among others. Both models will also be available in The Middle East and Africa in Egypt, Bahrain, Israel, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE. While in the Americas, only Colombia and Mexico will get the models. If you are interested in grabbing the models ASAP, then you can bet on third-party retailers like GearBest, Banggood and others where the Mi A2 and A2 Lite is already on sale.