Redmi A3 Gains TDRA Approval, Launch Expected Soon

Redmi A3 Smartphone
The eagerly anticipated Redmi A3, Xiaomi's upcoming entry-level smartphone, is on the brink of its official launch as it acquires certifications from various authorities. The latest approval from the UAE’s TDRA authority suggests that the unveiling could happen in the coming weeks. With certifications from NBTC (Thailand), IMDA (Singapore), TKDN, SDPPI (Indonesia), and EEC (Europe) already secured, the Redmi A3 seems poised for a widespread release.

TDRA Certifications Overview:

The Xiaomi device, identified by the model number 23129RN51X, is set to be named the Redmi A3 upon its debut in the UAE. Additionally, the Indian variant with the model number 23129RN51H received certification from BIS in December. Although these certifications do not reveal specific technical details, they indicate that the device might succeed the Redmi A2, launched in March 2023.

TDRA Certifications Overview

Redmi A2 Recap:

The predecessor, Redmi A2, boasts a 6.52-inch IPS LCD panel with a waterdrop-notch design, providing an HD+ resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate. The front features a 5-megapixel camera, while the back hosts an 8-megapixel dual-camera system.

Under the hood, the Redmi A2 is powered by the Helio G36 chip, complemented by 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. A robust 5,000mAh battery supports 10W charging through a microUSB port. Running on Android 13 Go edition, the device incorporates a microSD card slot for expandable storage. It is available in Aqua Blue, Classic Black, and Sea Green colors, with a starting price of Rs 5,299 (~$64) in India.

What to Expect from Redmi A3:

While specific details about the Redmi A3 remain undisclosed, it is reasonable to anticipate improvements over its predecessor. Given the historical timeline, a Q1 2024 debut is plausible.


In conclusion, the Redmi A3 is gearing up for its official launch, having secured certifications from various regulatory authorities. While exact specifications are yet to be revealed, the anticipation is high, especially considering the predecessor's positive reception. Xiaomi enthusiasts can look forward to an entry-level smartphone that may offer enhanced features and improvements over the Redmi A2. Stay tuned for updates as the official launch date draws near.