After the success of the company’s first stock Android phone in India, Xiammi Mi A2 is very much expected. Well, it finally launched in Europe on Tuesday and India will see the phone on August 8. Mi A2 is a rebranded Mi 6 X with stock Android, such as the Mi A1 was rebranded MI5X. Mi A2 Android One is certified which means that it will receive regular security updates and Android P updates soon as it has been made available on pixel phones. This most obvious competition will be Xiamy’s best selling device – Redmi Note 5 Pro. If you are in the market for a new phone and you can not go beyond the mid-range segment, then note 5 Pro is a clear choice. But with Mi A2, the choice becomes more and more difficult. So, let’s find out that MiA2 is a better phone than Note 5 Pro based on the hardware 5 and brings it to the table.
Design and construction
Both the Xiaomi Mi A2 and Xiamen Note 5 Pro have a similar design. It is a general alignment with a brush aluminum body and has an 18: 9 display with a big power up and down. At the edge of the edges make a center of attention less bottomless. One back, both have vertical double camera units and a fingerprint sensor connection. Behind the two phones, a good grip is moved around edges gradually. Measuring 7.3mm MI A2 Note is very thin compared to 5 Pro, which is 8.1mm thick, despite almost the same battery packing equally. MI an2’s antenna lines are designed slightly different from Note 5 Pro, but apart from that, there is not much between the two phone designs.
Again, performance on MI A2 and Redmi Note 5 Pro is less or more similar. Both have a 5.99 inch panel which takes approximately 77.3 percent of the body. Both displays have 18: 9 aspect ratios and FHD + resolution which pastes the pixel density at approximately 403ppi. On paper, the display on two phones is very standard for mid-range segments, which is not a bad thing. However, despite reducing the width of the display of the Note 5 Pro, it is still hard to use with one hand. Being of the same size, this issue can also take MIA2.
This is where MI A2 proves its metal. The A2 Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 is powered by SOC, which is more powerful than Snapdragon 636, which gives power to the Redmi Note 5 Pro. Both phones have 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. The Snapdragon 660 SOC has eight custom creo 260 core 2.2 GHz clock with an on-the-clock setup, and one more four-creo 260 clock at 1.8 GHz. Snapdragon 636 SOC also has an Octo-Core Setup with Custom Cryo 260 Core, but the maximum clock speed goes up to 1.8GHz only. Although there should not be significant increase in performance, due to low clock speed in efficiency clusters, it can help to consume less power. Both phones have extended storage up to 256 GB via second SIM slot. There is also IR Blaster, which is now a standard in the Xiamen phone.
This is the biggest factor to separate the two phones. Under the MI A2 Android One program, pure Android runs on Oreo. Note 5 Pro is powered by XiMi’s MIUI 8.5 which can be upgraded to the latest MIUI 10. Both chalk and cheese are different in the form of Stock Android is what Google imagined Android should be. It’s lightweight, easy to use and at the same time attractive and least in sight. MIUI 10 is quite heavy in terms of animation and features, but this does not mean that it is slow and engaged. Xiamy’s own UI is also sleek and sleek and offers unique, thoughtful features such as converting SMS-based tickets into a more attractively attractive version, automatically copying OTP, MIUI with MIUI app A suite of apps that allows users to share files between two phones Internet In addition, being under the Android One program, MI A2 will receive a promised upgrade for regular security updates and Android p.
Radmi Note 5 Pro and MI A2 both put dual cameras behind. But at least the paper has been improved on MI A2. Mi-A2 has a 12-megapixel primary sensor with F / 1.8 aperture and 1.25um pixel pitch whereas the secondary 20-megapixel sensor also has an F / 1.8 aperture and 1.0um pixel pitch. On the other hand, Redmi Note 5 Pro’s primary 12-megapixel sensor has 1.25um pixels in size and the F2 / 2.2 aperture with a secondary 5-megapixel sensor with 1.12um sensor. In both cases, secondary sensor is used for portrait mode. In front, both phones have 20 megapixel sensors with F / 2.2 aperture. Xiamy has claimed that cameras have been trained on both phones to identify the beauty of the faces of people while taking themselves to increase the details.
Mi-A2 has 3,000 mAh battery whereas the radmi note 5 pro has 4,000 mAh battery. There is a great difference between the two. Note 5 Pro manages to walk well in one day. It has to be