Chinese OEM Xiaomi has always provided its users with top-class devices. Xiaomi devices offer huge value for money and at the same time come with beautiful design and great performance. Xiaomi has a great number of amazing lineups of smartphones. The Mi A series and the Redmi Note series are two of the most loved series in the market today. The Mi A3 and the Note 8 Pro are the latest iterations to both of these amazing lineups respectively. The Note 8 Pro was launched in September 2019 while the Mi A3 was launched back in July 2019.
The Mi A3 comes with a 6.09 inch 720p Super AMOLED screen while the Note 8 Pro features a larger 6.53 2 inch 1080p IPS LCD screen. The former device is powered by a mid-range Snapdragon 665 chipset while the latter houses a Mediatek Helio G90T chipset. Both the devices come in several variants with the Note 8 Pro offering up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage while the Mi A3 offers up to 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. These devices sport a triple camera setup at the back with the Mi A3 having a 48 MP sensor as the primary camera while the Note 8 Pro features a larger 64 MP sensor as the primary one. The Mi A3 leaves behind Note 8 Pro when it comes to the Selfie camera, the former having a 32 MP sensor while the latter has a 20 MP sensor.
Both the devices come with Android 9 Pie out of the box and as we all know the Mi A3 runs on Android One while the Note 8 Pro comes with MIUI on top. The Mi A3 is fueled by a huge 4030 mAh battery while the Note 8 Pro houses an even larger 4500 mAh battery. Both the devices outperform each other in various sectors.
Mi A3, Note 8 Pro Android 10 Update
Considering the fact that both these devices are recent, they should have received the Android 10 Update by now. But what we could only see was disappointed users still waiting for the Android 10 update for their devices. As officially announced by Xiaomi, both these devices were supposed to receive the Android 10 update in the mid of February itself, but we have not yet come across any hints of the update rolling out for these devices.
It’s been really long since users have been waiting for the Android 10 update and all they get is an unfulfilled promise. Ever since Xiaomi had revealed the dates for the update on Twitter users were going crazy and were happy about the news. Users are now really furious and not at all happy with Xiaomi with what they got after eagerly waiting for so long. This is how users expressed their dissatisfaction and anger on Twitter:
While Xiaomi has been securing the tag of No.1 Smartphone Brand, dissatisfied users are now stating @XiaomiIndia as “Worst than expected”. Xiaomi was teased for how they have been announcing the updates for devices but are unable to roll out the same in the said time for the past 6 months. Other users also started mocking the developers of Xiaomi, saying what kind of developers do they have. A user also showed his complete anger on Twitter saying if they will ever even get the Android 10 update or not. Have a look:
Mi A3 and Note 8 Pro users are completely dissatisfied with Xiaomi. Users are also signing a petition for the Android 10 update for the Mi A3.
Redmi Note 8 Android 10 update:
In October Redmi Note 8 Pro received the MIUI 11 update along with the October security patch. In November the smartphone received V18.104.22.168.PGGINXM update along with the November security patch. After that, a few bug fix updates were also released.
Note 8 Pro also got the MIUI 11 Global EEA Stable ROM V22.214.171.124.PGGEUXM at the starting of January and then on 13 Jan China stable beta update was released for the smartphone. If you are in China then you can also download the update here (China Stable Beta).
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