Xiaomi’s Mi A1 was under the beta programme a few days back and the latest news is that the device has started receiving Android 9 Pie stable update in various countries. With the new update, the users will now be able to utilize Dual 4G functionality on their handset. Moreover, the update will be rolled out in phases in countries like Belgium, Netherland and also in India. The size of the update is 1074 MB will also bring support for FM radio along with the new operating system and other bug fixes.
The other change-logs that are associated with the update are new navigation options along with Pixel pill button and gestures or Xiaomi’s custom implementation. We can also find new Adaptive battery and brightness along with the update. The dual 4G support for the handset is an important feature as even the Redmi 6A entry-level device supports it. It might take some time for the update to hit your smartphone, or else you can always update manually if the update is available.
To check for the update manually on your Xiaomi Mi A1 smartphone, go to the settings of the device, then System Updates and if you find the update, download it and then install. Make sure the battery is more than 60 percent on the handset and you back up all the important data. After the installation, go to the Settings of the smartphone and then head to the network and Internet section. Now select Mobile Network and change the second SIM Preferred Network Type to 4G to start enjoying Dual 4G support on your handset.
The Xiaomi Mi A1 comes with a 5.5-inch display, powered with a Snapdragon 635 SoC along with 4GB of RAM. There is a 12MP + 12MP camera setup on the rear, while on the front we can find a 5MP selfie camera. There is a fingerprint sensor on the back and has a 3080 mAh battery. Have you received the update? If yes, what changes have you noticed? Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more updates.