- 5.99"FHD+77% useful18:9
- 166 g 75.4 mm 158.7 mm 7.3 mm
- SnapD. 660 Octa-Core 4 GB RAM 32 GB
- v7 134.292
- 3010 mAh
- 1 12 Mpx · ƒ/1.75 IMX486 Exmor RS 2SELF 20 Mpx · ƒ/2.2
- Android 10 Q MIUI V11 (Android 10)
Note from users
Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 4%Less than half day
- 33%Less than a day
- 43%One day
- 20%More than one day
- 1%Two days or more
- 48%It comes with a clean operating system
- 48%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 4%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 1%Once a year
- 17%Every six months
- 82%Every two months or less
- Worst expecience I've ever had
I've never regreted buying a phone so much as I regret of having bought the Mi A2. Mi A2 has such bad performance that many times it gets even slower than my old LG G2. It is slow even for very basic stuff like typing messages. Very often the keyboard would freeze completely then after a few seconds it types the word. It has a much newer and better hardware in comparison with LG G2 and in theory that would perform better but isn't what happens in real world. Actually in games for example it reachs much higher frame rates than the same games on LG G2 but despite that the G2 keeps the frame rate much more stable. The frame rate on Mi A2 is very unstable making the game experience terrible.
The software is asbolute shit. I've bought the Mi A2 mostly for it's low price and the Android One program. I can't see any pros of getting this Android One phone since it got system updates later than many non-Android One phones.Positives
- Build quality
- Loud speakers
- Great value, build quality and Android one, with compromises like the lack of NFC or audio jackPositives
- Amazing display
- Super wifi performance
- Great build quality
- No NFC
- No Audio jack
- Android 10 update is kind of slow
- Portrait pictures
- Average phone
Not Bad display, not Bad battery. Camera is typical Xiaomi's oilpainting. Night photos ste better than daylight. It Can shot moom.
Not great not terriblePositives
- Selfie Cam
- Front flash
- Stabilization od video is awfull
- Not very good system optimization
- Superb&excellent for the price.
For the price is superb. The Android one is smooth and excellent software. Camera of course is no words to say if you want to change for the camera only with pixel phones nothing else . SOC 660 is great for the price and daily usage.. hard games like pubg run smoothly on medium graphics . No complain for anything else except battery life that goes 5 to 5.30 hour a day and little bit better it will be good. For 3 years to hold this phone I think that this will be a great deal.Positives
- Daily usage
- No hedphonejack
- Excellent for me!
It the best option ok n Android One, because it's cheap and have a excellent relation quality-price, the camera is so good, the performance it's ok with everyday application and occasionally demanding games, everything is good, but the battery only has a one day life, with normal use, and this smartphone hasn't got jack 3.5 mm.
In general is the best option with Android One.Positives
- Android One
- Desing rear camera
- No Audio 3.5 mm
- pretty decent phone, but with some flaws
This is a good phone, but it has a known problem with the memory, in which it is VERY VERY slow to write large files... This sometimes makes it freeze.
Also, I have huge and deep scratches on the screen, because one night it felt from my lap and was scratched against the floor.
Great camera, good screen, nice price. The OS was updated from Android 8 to 9 in the beginning of 2019, and there are regular updates with not much noticeable corrections.
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- 6.7 Design & Materials
- 6.9 Performance & Hardware
- 7.4 Camera
- 6.8 Connectivity
- 4.5 Battery
In this case, to determine the score we evaluate 5 general aspects:
- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.
Even a device objectively worse than another may have a higher Ki score if it has a better price.
The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.