Trilulilu, 30 Jul 2018It's a stock Android, what you expect? There are the reason why Samsung, Huawei, LG, Sony, HTC... moreHe's not talking about the features. He's talking about the bugs present on mi a1 that xiaomi has failed to fix so far. These bugs are not present on other Android one phones, so it's not an inherent stock Android issue.
Mi A2 64gb/4GB launching in Malaysia this friday 3rd August for RM999.
Anonymous, 30 Jul 2018Not actually.. people will buy Oneplus 6T by that time and it will cost just extra 4000rupessyou do know that Oneplus 6 costs 35K
and Xiaomi Mi A2 is 14,999 (maybe 16,999rs, as they are becoming greedy)
but thats still more than Rs.20K price difference. with awesome camera and never lagging software and Fast updates (faster than oneplus 6)
no reason to buy the overpriced Oneplus 6.
i can do more with up to date google OS, than with that buggy oxygen.
apart from SD 845, oneplus has nothing, and if my phone is fast and responsive, i dont give rats ass.
People complaining about the battery size, i had a Zenfone 3 Max with 4100 mAh and battery wouldnt hold for nothing, sold the phone to my dad for half the price i paid and bought an A1, best decision i ever made, battery lasts the whole day, great camera plus faster and more stable device.
Zenfone 3 max camera was horrible, filled with bugs, random restarts and way to slow to operate.
I'll wait for the price drop. The red mi note 5 pro is good choice over the Mi a2.
Es, 30 Jul 2018So, I own an A1, and the software and the updates are jokes.. they don t solve the problems of... moreIt's a stock Android, what you expect? There are the reason why Samsung, Huawei, LG, Sony, HTC, Xiaomi etc, use custom rom (skin) in the most of their smartphones..
Stock (or AndroidOne in this case) is bare UI only good for Google, and oems who don't havwe own skin (HMD, Motorola-all models)..
I don’t understand the naysayers. SD 660 phones from other companies cost more. And SD660 is a huge jump over the old SD625. I can’t wait for the A2 to be shipping.
Only if they moved on from 1/2.9" IMX486 camera, i would take it. Unfortunately no.
Mi a2 is great but... The lack of the 3.5 Jack is a step back for me. The a2 lite has it, but also has the last year's chipset... So neither are what I wanted and hoped to...
SohailSays, 29 Jul 2018.....which is gonna be worth it. Not actually.. people will buy Oneplus 6T by that time and it will cost just extra 4000rupess
Trilulilu, 29 Jul 2018Does Note 5 Pro support treble? Because Note 5 Al (8.1 preinstalled), it does.Yes Redmi Note 5 pro supports project treble with Oreo update
There’s just too many misses on these versions. I’d recommend them, but it wouldn’t be my first few choices
So, I own an A1, and the software and the updates are jokes.. they don t solve the problems of the phone.. only add new ones. Xiaomi: good hardware.. incredibly crappy software. Will not buy another phone from this company.
Both phone use SD 660 above.
Not a good improvement all from their old device (MI A1)
Interesting. Xiaomi is telling people that MIUI is worth of minus 100 dollar.
With micro-SD, changing phones is so much faster and easier, so much cheaper as no need to "buy" storage for every new phone.
I would go for Xiao-Mi A2 Lite if I have not got Nokia 7 Plus recently :)
Android one project is the biggest nonsense from Xiaomi.we have already seen its really on mi A1.buggy and super slow updates.
No headphone jack and expandable storage on Mi A2. Weak processor and iPhone X-like design on Mi A2 Lite. Sorry, not my cup of tea.