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Android 8.0 Oreo Update For Xiaomi Mi A1 Bring Fast Charging Technology Support

Xiaomi presents Mi 5X for markets outside of China as Xiaomi Mi A1, which works with Google in the Android One program. This does not make Xiaomi fans disappointed, in fact many users out there are very receptive when Xiaomi decided to present the Mi A1 as an Android One device without running MIUI, and this smartphone is one of the best in its price range.
 
During the launch of the Mi A1, Xiaomi has promised that it will soon launch Android Oreo updates for the device in the near future. After searching for beta testers for the update, Xiaomi began launching the Android Oreo update for Mi A1 for some selected users.
While the update introduces several new features in the device such as picture-in-picture mode, Autofill API, smart text selection, notification dots, and others. The good news, there is a new feature added to the feature, which features fast charging. Most Xiaomi devices do not have support for Qualcomm's Quick Charge technology even though the hardware devices they carry are capable enough to handle such features. This is certainly predictable, that is because Xiaomi did not pay license fees to Qualcomm to use Quick Charging feature on the device, which basically in order to suppress the selling price of the device. But it seems Xiaomi this time quite softened, at least for Mi A1 is selling well in the market. According to the TelecomTalk report, which has tested the Android 8.0 Oreo update on Mi A1, the update brings support for fast charging features, which only takes 1 hour 32 minutes to charge 3080mAh battery on the Mi A1. While before getting this feature, the device requires at least 2 hours more to fully charge the battery capacity. Note, however, that the test uses OnePlus's charger, the Dash Charge, not the Xiaomi built-in charger. So it can not be ascertained whether the features of this charging will also work when using charger Xiaomi bawaah. For more details, we look forward to the update Android 8.0 Oreo for Mi A1 rolling in general. 
Xiaomi presents Mi 5X for markets outside of China as Xiaomi Mi A1, which works with Google in the Android One program. This does not make Xiaomi fans disappointed, in fact many users out there are very receptive when Xiaomi decided to present the Mi A1 as an Android One device without running MIUI, and this smartphone is one of the best in its price range.
 
During the launch of the Mi A1, Xiaomi has promised that it will soon launch Android Oreo updates for the device in the near future. After searching for beta testers for the update, Xiaomi began launching the Android Oreo update for Mi A1 for some selected users.
While the update introduces several new features in the device such as picture-in-picture mode, Autofill API, smart text selection, notification dots, and others. The good news, there is a new feature added to the feature, which features fast charging. Most Xiaomi devices do not have support for Qualcomm's Quick Charge technology even though the hardware devices they carry are capable enough to handle such features. This is certainly predictable, that is because Xiaomi did not pay license fees to Qualcomm to use Quick Charging feature on the device, which basically in order to suppress the selling price of the device. But it seems Xiaomi this time quite softened, at least for Mi A1 is selling well in the market. According to the TelecomTalk report, which has tested the Android 8.0 Oreo update on Mi A1, the update brings support for fast charging features, which only takes 1 hour 32 minutes to charge 3080mAh battery on the Mi A1. While before getting this feature, the device requires at least 2 hours more to fully charge the battery capacity. Note, however, that the test uses OnePlus's charger, the Dash Charge, not the Xiaomi built-in charger. So it can not be ascertained whether the features of this charging will also work when using charger Xiaomi bawaah. For more details, we look forward to the update Android 8.0 Oreo for Mi A1 rolling in general. 

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