Xiaomi is a Chinese electronics company that offers a wide range of affordable yet high-quality smartphones. The company’s phones are known for their excellent value-for-money proposition, offering features and specs that are comparable to more expensive phones from other brands.
In terms of hardware, Xiaomi phones typically come with good processors, ample amounts of RAM and storage, and high-resolution displays. They also usually have good battery life, good cameras, and a sleek and attractive design.
In terms of software, Xiaomi phones run on a customized version of Android called MIUI, which offers a clean and intuitive user interface with a range of useful features and customization options.
Redmi A1 Plus was released in September 2022. It is currently the lowest smartphone in Xiaomi’s lineup of phones. The brand is not exactly known for entry-level phones, but it is having a go again after the experiment with Redmi Go back in 2019. If you have been looking for an entry-level Android phone by Xiaomi, here it is.
On the inside, you are getting the MediaTek Helio A22 quad-core CPU @2.0GHz. It has PowerVR GE8320 GPU, 2GB RAM and 32GB of built-in storage. The operating system is Google Android 12 with MIUI v12.
Coming to the underhood, Redmi A1+ is powered by MediaTek’s Helio A22 chipset paired with 2GB RAM and 64GB of onboard storage. It comes running Android 12 GO which is a lightweight version of Google’s latest mobile OS. It also runs on MIUI 12.
For cameras, we have a dual setup that includes an 8MP camera and an additional 0.3MP camera.
Camera modes include a photo, video, portrait and more to play around with.
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