Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has rolled out the Android 10 update for the third time for its smartphone Mi A3 launched last year on 8 April. However, the company has once again slammed the Mi A3 users. This time also its Android 10 update has been rolled back. The Android 10 update was first rolled out in February 2020 for the latest smartphone from the company’s sole series with the Android one platform. But, it was rolled back soon after the update was rolled out.
After downloading and installing the Android 10 update that rolled out in February 2020, users faced a number of bugs. After which the company rolled back its update and rolled out again in March. Once the bugs surfaced with the update again, the company rolled it back. Actually, during January-February in China, there was a problem in rolling out its stable update due to Coronavirus. However, the update was later rolled out, which again revealed several bugs. After which the company rolled it back again.
On April 8 of this month, the company has once again rolled out Android 10 update for this smartphone. After downloading the new stable update, users are now facing bugs such as access battery drain, random reboots, scanner, camera shutter delay, user interface lag. After this, the company has once again rolled back its update. In such a situation, the users of this smartphone have once again been disappointed.
Xiaomi Mi A3 was launched by the company last year. This smartphone, launched last year, saw a change in display feature compared to its first variant Mi A2. The Mi A Series is considered to be the company’s most popular mid-range series. The main reason for this is that it is the only series of the company that comes with the stock Android operating system. The Xiaomi Mi A series mainly uses the AMOLED display but the LCD screen has been used in the Mi A3 launched last year. The phone comes with a 48MP triple rear camera sensor. Apart from this, it comes in mid-range with many special features including in-display fingerprint sensor.