Get Xiaomi’s Redmi 6A during an Amazon flash sale today

Popular electronics manufacturer Xiaomi has a great offer for fans. The Redmi 6A will go on a sale today on Amazon India and the official Mi.com website. Keep in mind the 16GB variant of the smartphone will also become available today, allowing prospective users to choose between the 16GB or the 32GB versions depending on how much internal memory the need.

Redmi 6A succeeds the popular 5A which was release to positive reviews back in 2017. The 32GB version has been priced at $149 at the below offer:

XIAOMI REDMI 6 32GB/3GB RAM – 4G LTE IN USA – DUAL CAMERA – 5.45″ SCREEN – DUAL SIM – GLOBAL VERSION – NO WARRANTY (GOLD)

Xiaomi Redmi 6A features

Looks

The Redmi 6A is quite well-crafted, sporting a beautiful unibody made from metal and a stylized arc design.

Screen

The device offers a generous 5.45-inch display that is able to render images at Full HD+ plus resolution. An 18:9 aspect ratio will give your videos a cinematic feel, even if you are watching vines.

Camera

The camera setup is modest but great for a budget device. The front camera uses a 5MP sensor and advanced AI algorithms in order to allow you to unlock your device with your face. On the back of the device a 13mp sensor with an intense LED flash and electronic image stabilization should allow you to shoot beautiful pictures.

Memory

As previously mentioned you can choose between 16 or 32GB of internal memory. You can also use a Micro SD card of up to 256GB in order to save a variety of files while keeping the internal memory free.

Connectivity options

The device offers the speedy 4G VoLTE standard, Bluetooth v4.2 Wi-Fi 802.11 with tri-band support, handy GPS and A-GPS functions and a convenient 3.5 mm headphone jack. Dual-SIM users can opt to use two 4G VoLTE at the same time by activating 4G for each SIM.

A 3,000 mAh battery should provide plenty of power. Interested users can choose between four stylish colors: Gold and blue, Rose Gold, Black or Gold.

Ed Steen

Ed Steen is a reporter for Miami Morning Star. After graduating from University of Florida, Ed got an internship at NPR and worked as a reporter and sound engineer. Ed has also worked as a reporter for SI Magazine. Mark covers entertainment and community events for Miami Morning Star.

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