Xiaomi’s Mi A3 with Android One running system perfectly manages to bridge this gap. Let’s take a look:
Android One is an ad-free and bloatware-free operating system with a great user interface. You get a path to information and shortcuts by swiping from the top.
Swiping towards the right from left on the home screen shows different labels. Apps are easily stored in the app plate with a research bar at the top and frequently-used apps take over the top bar. You also get timely updates on new OS announcements. The A3 runs on Android 9 out-of-the-box and while setting up the device, only Google apps were available.
The triple camera settings on the Mi A3 is a mixed bag. It houses a triple camera module with the main 48-megapixel Sony IMX 586 sensor, an 8MP wide-angle lens with a 118-degree field-of-view and 2MP intensity sensor.
This has been linked with an easy to use camera application. From the Photo mode itself, users can capture pictures with three lenses. At 1x setting, the primary camera kicks in whereas the 2x is for the telephoto lens and 0.6x for the ultra-wide lens.
One can also apply on AI camera that will identify the subject while capturing an image. Able to capture images at full 48-megapixel resolution. The camera was quick to focus. The images captured during daylight and around well-lit surroundings looked natural with a good amount of details.
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