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Xiaomi brings Mi A1 to Pakistan with local partner Smart Link Technologies

Xiaomi keeps surprising Pakistani fans with the announcement that it will bring Mi A1 with local partner Smart Link Technologies today. Other than this great device combined with software developed by Google and hardware created by Xiaomi, Redmi Note 5A will also be made available on the same day Priced at just PKR 29,990/-, Mi A1 runs on stock Android to offer a high-quality software experience designed by Google, underscoring Xiaomi’s commitment to providing more choices for users.

Mi A1 is a beautifully-designed device that combines hardware innovations, including an optical zoom dual camera setup, with great Google-designed software. Mi A1 will come with a 5.5-inch Full HD display, Snapdragon 625 Octa-core processor, 4GB RAM 32/64GB ROM, dual cameras, and a 3,080mAh battery, in Rose Gold, Black and Gold. Google Photos will also be the default gallery for Mi A1 to help users avoid running out of space, by providing them with free and unlimited storage of high quality photos and videos.

Xiaomi Mi A1

Xiamo partnered with Google for Mi A1.

Xiaomi Mi A1

Hardware is created by Xiaomi while software is produced by Google.

Xiaomi Mi A1

How is it good news for Mi Fans? This collaboration means they can capture moments through Xiaomi’s stunning dual camera with 2X optical zoom. They can then effortlessly save unlimited photos at high quality with Google Photos.

Xiaomi and Smart Link Technologies have also launched Redmi Note 5A, at a price of PKR 16,900/-, in Gold. With a 5.5” screen, HD display, and a robust 3,080 mAh battery, the phone is a delight. Furthermore, the Redmi Note 5A has an amazing 13 MP rear camera for all your photography instincts. So you can now carry an all-in-one package,
at a price so affordable…definitely something to get your hands on soon!

One step after the other, Xiaomi and Smart Link Technologies keep introducing innovative concepts to smartphones, revolutionizing the way the industry operates in Pakistan.

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