Redmi A2, Redmi A2+ go on sale in India today. Check price, offers, specs, and features

Redmi A2 and Redmi A2

On May 19th, Redmi introduced its latest offerings, the Redmi A2 and Redmi A2+ smartphones, targeting the entry-level market in India. Today, May 23rd marks the first day of availability for the Redmi A2 series in the country. Let’s take a closer look at the specifications, features, and pricing of these devices.

The Redmi A2 is offered in three variants: 2 GB RAM + 32 GB storage, 2 GB RAM + 64 GB storage, and 4 GB RAM + 64 GB storage. Pricing for these models is set at Rs 6,299, Rs 6,799, and Rs 7,999, respectively. Customers using ICICI Bank credit cards or opting for credit card EMI can enjoy a discount of Rs 300 on the 2 GB RAM variants and Rs 500 on the 4 GB RAM variant. HDFC and Axis Bank credit cardholders and credit card EMI users can avail of a Rs 500 discount on all Redmi A2 variants.

The Redmi A2+, available only in a 4 GB RAM + 64 GB storage configuration, is priced at Rs 8,499. Both the Redmi A2 and A2+ are offered in Classic Black, Aqua Blue, and Sea Green color options. Consumers can purchase these smartphones through the Mi Store app,, Amazon India, as well as offline stores. A limited-time two-year warranty is provided for both models.

In terms of specifications, the Redmi A2 features a 6.52-inch IPS LCD panel with a teardrop notch, HD+ resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels, a 20:9 aspect ratio, a 60Hz refresh rate, a 120Hz touch sampling rate, and 400 nits of brightness. The device sports a smudge-proof leather finish on the back panel and runs on Android 13 (Go edition).

For photography, the Redmi A2 offers a 5 MP front camera for selfies and an 8 MP dual-camera setup with an LED flash on the back. It is powered by the Helio G36 chipset, offers up to 4 GB of LPDDR4x RAM, and up to 64 GB of eMMC 5.1 storage. Additionally, the phone includes a dedicated microSD card slot for expandable storage and houses a 5,000mAh battery with 10W charging support.

The Redmi A2+ shares the same specifications and design as the Redmi A2 but adds a rear-facing fingerprint sensor for added convenience.


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Sovan Mandal

A keen tech enthusiast who loves to keep a tab on the tech scene, with special emphasis on things like smartphones, tablets, laptops, convertibles, and such. Cars happen to be his other passion, not to mention the recent trend here comprising of electric cars and autonomous cars. Off late, he has also started tinkering a bit with stuff like electronic circuits, and electric motors a bit though he’s just a novice there.

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