Xiaomi Mi A3 will get Google’s Android Q

The Xiaomi Mi A3 will run on Google's Android Q

Xiaomi is a well-known Chinese smartphone brand. Earlier, it was rumored that Xiamoi Mi A3 will get Android Pie, and now the company confirms that it is getting Android Q within a software update. After Mi a1 and Mi A2, Mi A3 is soon to be released in Pakistan. The Xiaomi Mi A3 will run on Google’s Android Q. It means that software is clean and there are neither explicit ads nor the third-party apps. However, Mi A3 launched with Android Pie at the launch event but the company declared that this smartphone will get Android Q software updates.

Android Q X Xiaomi Mi A3

Other than this, Google Pixel 4 will also come up with Android Q. The company will release the software updation schedule with respect to Android Q soon. So, Android Q is expected to come at the end of this year. Besides this, Xiaomi announced that the Redmi K20 series will also get Android Q version soon. Xiaomi says “At present, the Mi MIX 3 5G, Mi 9, and Redmi K20 Pro are in the Android Q Beta program, which is free for developers to use.” Mi A3 is listed in this category as well.

Google’s Android One

The Xiaomi A3 will run on Android One software. It is powered by Google, Google’s Android One software offers two Android versions i.e. Android Q and Android R. Fortunately, Xiaomi Mi A3 is allowed to get both versions. Android One also focuses on security updates on a regular basis. Therefore, Mi a3 will get more and more security updates and notifications.

Furthermore, the Xiaomi Mi a3 has a 4030mAh battery. It also supports microSD card for more storage capacity. In addition, it is accompanied by a 3.5mm headphone jack. This smartphone comes with two variants. One features 4GB of RAM and other support 6GB of RAM. Stay tuned for more updates!!

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