Xiaomi’s Mi A1 was under the beta program a couple of days back and the most recent news is that the Xiaomi Starts Rolling Out Android 9 Pie Stable Update to its Mi A1 Smartphone. With the new refresh, the clients will presently have the capacity to use Dual 4G usefulness on their handset. Additionally, the refresh will be taken off in stages in nations like Belgium, Netherland and furthermore in India. The measure of the refresh is 1074 MB will likewise carry bolster for FM radio alongside the new working framework and other bug fixes.
The other change-logs that are related with the refresh are new route choices alongside Pixel pill catch and motions or Xiaomi’s custom execution. We can likewise discover new Adaptive battery and brilliance alongside the refresh. The double 4G bolster for the handset is a critical component as even the Redmi 6A passage level gadget underpins it. It may require some investment for the refresh to hit your cell phone, or else you can generally refresh physically if the refresh is accessible.
To check for the refresh physically on your Xiaomi Mi A1 cell phone, go to the settings of the gadget, at that point System Updates and in the event that you discover the refresh, download it and, introduce. Ensure the battery is in excess of 60 percent on the handset and you back up all the imperative information. After the establishment, go to the Settings of the cell phone and afterward make a beeline for the system and Internet area. Presently select Mobile Network and change the second SIM Preferred Network Type to 4G to begin getting a charge out of Dual 4G bolster on your handset.
The Xiaomi Mi A1 accompanies a 5.5-inch show, fueled with a Snapdragon 635 SoC alongside 4GB of RAM. There is a 12MP + 12MP camera setup on the back, while on the front we can locate a 5MP selfie camera. There is a unique mark sensor on the back and has a 3080 mAh battery. Have you gotten the refresh? In the event that indeed, what changes have you taken note? Remark in the segment beneath and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more updates.