Meet the Xiaomi Mi A2—even low-end phones are now losing the 3.5mm jack

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Xiaomi is launching a followup device (actually, two followup devices) to the well-received Xiaomi Mi A1: the €249 ($290) Mi A2 and €179 ($209) Mi A2 Lite. Just like the Mi A1, these are stock Android devices under Google's Android One brand, and they're getting a wider release than Xiaomi devices normally get. Xiaomi's blog says the phones are headed to "40 markets around the world, with availability starting late July." The A1 had a similar "40 market" release, and while none of those countries was officially the United States, it was very easy to grab one on a site like Amazon.
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