The Xiaomi Mi A1 may not be officially available in the US, but those interested can still purchase the Android One smartphone at a decent rate thanks to an eBay retailer who is offering the device for $225.
In other regions - especially Asia and Europe - where the handset is officially available, its price ranges from $245 to $365. So $225 for the same phone does seem to be a good deal.
The seller is Top Rated Plus, and currently only the gold color option is available - rest all are out of stock. For more information on the deal, head to the Source link below.
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