As happened for Mi A2 also the younger brother Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite is updated to the last major software release of the green robot. In fact, after the Chinese company kicked off the first beta software at this time, the stable version of the Android operating system 9 Pie arrives right on the small Android One labeled Xiaomi. So the beta test did not last long, a sign that the development team worked hard to finally bring a stable and bug-free Rome.
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The screenshot above confirms what has just been said, namely the arrival of Android 9 Pie stable for Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite, which integrates the latest security patches, updated in November 2018 as well as the features of the operating system, such as navigation gestures, app suggestions based on individual user usage and adaptive battery, all with a weight of 1002,8 MB.
Even Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite receives Android 9 Pie stable
We tell you right away that unfortunately we do not know the release times also for Italy and that probably, as happened for Mi A2, the release for our beautiful country could happen at a distance of qulche day, so do not be alarmed if your device has not yet been updated. It remains to be clarified, finally if the bug related to the support of the second SIM has been resolved or not, and then you will be able to tell us maybe directly in the our Facebook group dedicated to the Xiaomi Android One series.
For the other news of Android 9.0 Pie we remind you:
- support to the notch: automatic and intelligent organization of icons and toggles in the status bar;
- adaptive battery: decrease in consumption and increase in autonomy by adjusting brightness, CPU and applications according to the user's daily use;
- applications like AppTimer o Wind Down: applications through which Google wants to limit the excessive and compulsive use of the smarphone, giving the user an overview of the time of use of the device;
- gesture: probably never reach the iPhone level but Android 9.0 Pie promises an almost total use of the device through swipe in different directions.