It is designed for all those users who do not want to spend almost anything on a smartphone and have the basic functions of Android. With it you can call, send WhatsApp, take a picture and consult social networks. All, of course, with patience in case of limited performance.
This is the Xiaomi of 90 euros / dollars with Android 12 Go Edition
Indeed, this Redmi A1 + is a version without MIUI and with Android 12 stock. It includes a version called “Go Edition» designed for low-cost, high-performance smartphones. It has the basic Android stuff and a pretty clean interface. In addition, it offers the possibility of installing Go applications, which are lighter and use fewer resources.
In terms of design, you can’t expect much: it has a basic plastic body, a screen with a notch, and little used bezels. The good news is that it offers USB C and also a fingerprint sensor In the back. These are two details that are not usually present in ultra cheap mobiles.
Its characteristics, as you can imagine, are nothing to write home about. They offer the basics and it is likely that few users will have enough with this:
- 6.52-inch screen
- HD+ resolution
- 60Hz refresh rate
- MediaTek Helio A22 processor
- 2 or 3 GB of RAM
- 32GB of internal storage
- 8 + 2 MP rear camera
- 5 MP front camera
- plastic body
- USB C, 3.5 mm jack and fingerprint sensor
- 5,000 mAh battery with 10W charging
- Android 12Go Edition
Probably the best thing about this device is its 5,000mAh battery. This, together with low-performance components, will offer interesting autonomy to users who buy it.
This Redmi A1+ is a mobile with a clear objective: supply basic Android actions. It can be a good option as a secondary smartphone for calls, WhatsApp and little else. Of course, as a main terminal it will fall short a few weeks after buying it.
Xiaomi’s cheapest mobile costs 87 euros / dollars
East Redmi A1+ launched today in India priced at 87 euros/dollars to change. It is the lowest price we have seen for a long time for a Xiaomi mobile. Now the question is whether it will leave the Indian market or not.
These types of smartphones can be a bestseller thanks to their price, although they are not a good option for almost anyone. They recruit sales, but not good experiences. would you buy it?