Bhim Prasad
on 19/08/17, 11:48 pm

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A is launching tomorrow: know all details here

Xiaomi will dispatch its new telephone - Redmi Note 5A - on August 21. The Chinese cell phone will be divulged in Beijing at 7.30 pm, which is around 5.00 pm, Indian Standard Time. Xiaomi will dispatch its new telephone –Redmi Note 5A—on August 21. The Chinese cell phone will be disclosed in Beijing at 7.30 pm, which is around 5.00 pm, Indian Standard Time. Xiaomi's CEO Lei Jun had posted select photos of the Redmi Note 5A on his authority Weibo account. Curiously, the Xiaomi's new telephone dispatch goes ahead that day when Google will uncover its new Android O. The telephone will come in two fragments — Redmi Note 5A Pro and Redmi Note 5A Prime. Expert will incorporate a unique mark scanner on the back board while in Prime the element will be absent. The telephones may accompany three shading choices — dark, rose gold and gold. 

A Chinese site, TENAA, has likewise recorded a few components of the cell phone. The site guarantees, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A may have a 5.5-inch HD show, and will be fueled by Snapdragon 425 processor. The telephone will accompany 2GB of RAM and 16GB of inbuilt stockpiling, according to NDTV. It will have a solitary 13-megapixel raise camera, while the front camera will stay at 5MP. Redmi Note 5A will probably run MIUI9 with Android 7.1 Nougat to finish everything. The memory of the cell phone will expandable up to 128GB. As indicated by TENAA, the handset will gauge 153.3×76.3×7.31mm and the weight will be around 150 grams.

Xiaomi is probably going to report this telephone just in the Chinese market starting at now, be that as it may, the organization will get the gadget to India the coming months. As indicated by India Today, there are theories that Redmi Note 5A Prime and Pro will accompany full metal plan. Directly beneath the show of the telephones, there will be three capacitive keys. The physical keys of both the telephones will purportedly be set on the correct side of the gadget, according to India Today report.