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New update hitting Xiaomi Mi A1

23 November 2017

Xiaomi Mi A1, the Android One smartphone from the company that went official in September is receiving a new software update. The weird thing about this update is that different users are reporting different sizes for the firmware.

As a part of Google's Android One initiative to bring latest Android updates to third-party smartphones, Mi A1 users are being served a huge software update.

Besides the November security patch, the Xiaomi Mi A1 users who have received the update will find under-the-hood improvements, improved performance, better security and enhanced system stability.

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According to the screenshots shared by XDA, the update is of 1GB in size and comes with the security patch for the month of November. This is not an Android Oreo update and also there is no word on the features and improvements coming to the device with this update.

Xiaomi has rolled out November security update for the Xiaomi Mi A1 smartphone.

To add disappointment, Xiaomi hasn't integrated Android oreo and pushed the update for Xiaomi Mi A1 with Android Nougat.

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It is expected that the company will roll out Android 8.0 Oreo update by next month.

The Xiaomi Mi A1 is priced at Rs. 14,999 and available at the Mi Home Stores, Flipkart, Mi.com and certain offline stores including Sangeetha, Poorvika, Big C, LOT, Croma, Pai, Ezone, UniverCell. The Android in an operating system designed by Google that comes with stock Android experience without any possible modification.

Xiaomi Mi A1 features a 5.5-inch LTPS FHD display with 450-nit brightness and 1000:1 contrast ratio. This combination is complemented by 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. A 5MP front-facing camera is also given for selfies and video calling. The camera also incorporates various modes such as Beautify 3.0, Portrait Mode, HDR and more.

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New update hitting Xiaomi Mi A1