China-based smartphone maker Xiaomi has released a January security lying for the Mi A3 model, which is in trouble with Android 11 updates. With the update, the screen recorder, which is one of the stock features of Android 11, was added to the Xiaomi Mi A3.
China-based tech giant Xiaomi had released the Android 11 update for its Mi A3 phone, which was introduced as part of its Android One program, in recent weeks. However, according to reports, there were quite serious problems with this update, and after the update was installed, the phone became completely unusable.
Following this incident, the Chinese manufacturer withered the update and made some corrections with the December 2020 security patch, making the update available again. Now, with the January 2021 security lying, Mi A3 users are promised an error-free Android 11 experience. Weighing 329 MB for Android 11 users, the update also brings back the screen recorder app, one of the stock features of the operating system.
Xiaomi is distributing the new update for Mi A3 devices via OTA. You can go to Settings > System > System Update and manually check if your device has received this update by saying “Check for update”.
Xiaomi Mi A3 features:
- Display: 6.08 inch 1560 x 720p HD + Super AMOLED,
- Processor: Snapdragon 665
- Memory: 4/6 GB
- Storage: 64/128 GB
- Rear Camera: 48 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP
- Front Camera: 32 MP
- Battery: 4,030 mAh with 18 W fast charging support
- Connectivity: Dual 4G VoLTE, WiFi 802.11ac dual-band, Bluetooth 5, GPS / GLONASS / Beidou, USB Type-C
- Dimensions: 153.5 x 71.9 x 8.5 mm
- Weight: 173.8 grams