Top 6 Accessories for Xiaomi Mi A1 That You Must Buy

Namrata Gogoi

If you were to pick the best smartphone in the sub-Rs 14,000 price range, odds are that the Xiaomi Mi A1 would feature in the first spot. In fact, the overwhelming sales numbers of the Mi A1 speak for its immense popularity.

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Priced at just Rs 13,999, the Mi A1 sports a dual-camera setup and a plethora of handy features. However, that's not all that the Mi A1 is capable of. With the right set of accessories, the phone can be turned into a powerhouse.

We have created a list of six such accessories. Let's check them out!

1. Stay Juiced: Anker PowerCore 10000mAh Powerbank

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For the millennials, who are always on the move, a quality power bank is a must-have smartphone accessory. Plus, if you're a power user, the 3,080mAh battery unit may not be enough to see through a day. 

The Anker PowerCore 10000mAh Powerbank ensures that your Mi A1 gets some juice at the earliest. It's small and compact and comes with Anker's exclusive PowerIQ technology. It also features Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 and is protected by Anker's heat-control technology.

2. For the Ears: Mi Basic In-Ear Headphones

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Given that Xiaomi doesn't ship earphones with the Mi A1, you must already be on the lookout for quality earphones. Thankfully, Xiaomi retails a diverse range of earphones. If you're searching for earphones in a budget, one of the best buys would be the Mi Basic In-Ear Headphones. Retailing at just Rs 599, it comes with a built-in mic and is resistant to scratches and is slips.

However, if you're looking for earphones in a slightly higher range, the Mi Air Capsule Earphones should satisfy your purpose. 

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These are tastefully designed earphones that fit easily to your ears while, at the same time, produces a balanced sound output coupled with bass. The Mi Air Capsules come with chic volume control buttons and a built-in mic.

3. Prevent Ugly Scratches: MYLB Lightweight Phone Cover

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The MYLB Lightweight Soft TPU case is perfect for your Mi A1 as it protects your phone without adding any bulk to it. It comes with the now-popular textured look to help you grip your phone better. Other than that, it sports spider-web patterns on the inside to facilitate better heat dissipation. 

It's made from TPU material and has precise cuttings for the power button, volume rockers, and the charging port.

4. Make the Jump Easy: Type-C to Micro USB OTG Adapter

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It's true that USB Type-C cables have now become the ubiquitous standard for smartphones. However, the jump hasn't been easy since some of the devices are still on microUSB. In such a confused world, the best go-to gadget would be the Mivi Type-C to Micro USB OTG Adapter.

This tiny gadget can not only help you charge your Mi A1 but also sync with other USB-C devices. What's more, it doesn't need any installation, just plug it in and you're good to go.

5. Charge in Style: Cell Phone Stand

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The Fynix Cell Phone Stand lets you charge your phone in style. It boasts of a flexible design, multiple viewing angles and is easy to carry around.

Weighing only 3.52 ounces (100 grams), it comes with an anti-skid rubber at the bottom of the curved-up edge to prevent your precious phone from skidding.

6. For Charging on the Go: Mi Car Charger

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Last but not the least, we have a premium car charger for the Xiaomi Mi A1 and the best product to fit the bill is the in-house Mi Car Charger. 

With a full metal body, the Mi Car Charger is capable of charging two devices at the same time with outputs of 5V/3.6A and 5v/2.4A.

Get the Most Out of Your Xiaomi Mi A1

So, these were some of the ways the Xiaomi Mi A1 experience can be further enhanced. 

Did I miss to include a favorite accessory of yours? Do let us know in the comments section below.


Namrata Gogoi

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Namrata Gogoi

An engineer turned tech writer, Namrata used to write software codes before turning to a career in tech- writing. She is passionate about travelling, food and reading about cool new stuff. Apart from that, she holds a bachelors degree in I.T and hails from Guwahati.

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