Xiaomi started installing Android 9.0 Pie on Mi A2 via OTA in India after Motorola did the same for its own One Power today in India. The new Mi A2 user update comes with features recently featured by Google in the latest Android version of Vanilla. However, it seems that the update applies to a limited number of devices at the moment. Some Mi A2 users have to wait a little.
The update size is over 1GB and includes some interesting features such as gestures for device navigation, custom brightness, and better battery management, Google disks, app features, accessibility menu, and a new shortcut shortcut shortcut. In addition to the above, the update will be secured with Norway's security stains.
To remember, the Xiaomi Mi A2 is one of the Android One devices. This time, the company gives the update according to the schedule, unlike last year. Last year, the Mi A1 update could not meet the update schedule for the device.
Earlier, Xiaomi had bugs on their Android One devices. For example, when upgrading Xiaomi Mi A1, the company must stop updating Android Oreo twice. In addition, many Mi A2 users complained about the battery's low battery performance as well as the performance of the fingerprint reader. Hopefully, Xiaomi will be able to offer its customers a version of Android Pie without any problems.