Xiaomi recently introduced its first Redmi A series, the budget Android Go edition smartphone in India, with promising specs and an attractive design. After launching the Redmi A1, the company launches its plus edition with a fingerprint scanner on the back. Here are the full specifications, features, and price of the Redmi A1+ Android smartphone.

The Redmi A lineups are Android Go edition smartphone, and the Redmi A1+ comes with Android 12. For your information, Android Go is a stripped-down version of the Android operating system that offers lightning-speed performance even with less than 2 GB of RAM. Since this is the Go edition phone, Redmi A1+ features stock Android OS (not MIUI).

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Redmi A1+

Redmi A1+ Specs, Features, and Price

Xiaomi Redmi A1+ comes with MediaTek Helio A22 2.0GHz CPU and PowerVR GE8320 GPU. The phone will be available in 32GB storage (upgradable to 1TB via micro SD card) and 2GB/3GB RAM options.

The phone features 8MP (wide) with 0.08 MP (QVGA) cameras on the back. The phone has also featured a 5MP AI selfie camera on the front.

Redmi A1+ comes with a 6.52-inches HD+ (1600 x 720-pixel resolution) dot-drop LCD IPS panel and supports Night Light.

Regarding the battery, Redmi A1+ comes packed with a 5000 mAh battery and supports 10W fast charging.

Features and Price of Xiaomi Redmi A1+

The main features of the Redmi A1+ are the fingerprint scanner on the back and the AI dual camera. Android 12 Go edition, FM radio, textured back, time-lapse photography, and more.

Regarding the price of the Redmi A1+, the phone will be available below 10K in India. The Redmi A1+ will release in India on October 14, 2022.

The phone will be available in black, light green, and light blue colors. The textured back panel has a premium look that resists fingerprint smudges and is comfortable to hold the device.

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