'Fun, practical' phone for daily activities

Xiaomi

Posted at Oct 29 2022 09:30 AM

Xiaomi's new Redmi A1 comes in three versatile colorways: Black, Light Green, Light Blue. Photo source: Xiaomi
Xiaomi's new Redmi A1 comes in three versatile colorways: Black, Light Green, Light Blue. Photo source: Xiaomi

Just as the Philippine technology scene enters the final stretch of the year, a new entry-level smartphone aims to disrupt the market with its features and low price tag.

Global technology brand Xiaomi announces that its newest entry-level smartphone Redmi A1 is now available in the Philippines.

Xiaomi calls the Redmi A1 'a practical and powerful phone' that may handle daily social media browsing, online meetings, and so much more, at a flick of a finger. 

Photo source: Xiaomi
Photo source: Xiaomi

Despite being an entry-level phone, Xiaomi said that it does not compromise on quality as it is powered by MediaTek Helio A22, a powerful and efficient processor, and supports expandable storage. 

The Redmi A1 is also built with a huge 5000mAh battery with 10W fast charging for all-day use.

For selfie lovers and photography enthusiasts, the Redmi A1 comes with an 8MP AI dual rear camera and 5MP front camera.

Paired with a 6.52" HD+ display, users can view photos and videos clearly, as well as enjoy streaming YouTube and Netflix content anytime.

The smartphone is also easy to carry around, as the Redmi A1 has a stylish flat frame design and weighs 192g.
 
It comes in three versatile colorways to match any look: Black, Light Green, Light Blue.

The Redmi A1 aims to disrupt the tech market with its powerful features and budget-friendly price tag. Photo source: Xiaomi
The Redmi A1 aims to disrupt the tech market with its powerful features and budget-friendly price tag. Photo source: Xiaomi

Xiaomi also announced that they are offering an early bird price of P3,999 for customers purchasing from offline stores from October 29 to November 13, 2022.

 

For more information, visit Xiaomi's official website.

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