The cheapest Xiaomi mobile for 2022 arrives in Spain: Redmi A1 costs only 100 euros

in the world Xiaomiespecially under the auspices of redmi You dashThere are many mobiles that do not reach 200 euros. redmi a1Recently launched almost anonymously in Spain, takes this issue further by staying within the limits of 100 euros, which makes it smart fone From the cheapest Chinese company of 2022,

Redmi A1 was recently revealed On sale for 109.99 euros and now available for 99.99 euros. Its configuration of 2 GB RAM + 32 GB internal storage (expandable up to 1TB via microSD) already indicates its status as a basic phone, specially designed for making calls and using a limited number of apps. If you have more intensive use in mind, it’s definitely worth considering a higher priced model.

Comes with Android 12 in its Go Edition variantThe software For the simplest devices. The shocking thing about the situation is that Xiaomi does not capture its MIUI interface, so within its normal level, it implies a pure Android experience. With regard to processors, it is based on MediaTek Helio A22 (4G).

Redmi A1 in light green

In light blue, light green and black colours, its back is characterized by a texture design Which takes into account leather and some POCOs like the M5 and M3. In his profile, he presents with a meticulous design and his catchy point.

20Bits tests POCO M4 Pro

display one 6.52-inch screen with HD+ resolution (It is not possible to ask for a 90Hz refresh rate here) and with Classic scarBlack Notch for 5MP Selfie Camera with Beauty Mode. On the back side it shows an 8 MP camera With a QVGA objective, plasma that supports 1080p resolution video recording at 30 frames per second.

Battery 5,000 mAh. constitutes its great claim by stating aboutThe canon of potential that likes to discover, Although its load is very discreet 10W . limited to (18W current is the minimum). The charger is present in the box. It does not come with a USB-C port, but with a micro USB port. It weighs 192 grams, is 9.09mm thick and includes a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is on its way to ‘extinction’ but still appears in the segment.

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