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A German radiation regulator conducted updated tests on many major phones and found many to break the country's SAR limits.
Xiaomi is almost certainly planning to rebrand the China-exclusive Mi 6X as an international Mi A2 Android One model, with another, more mysterious device also in the works running "pure" Google software.
The China-first Xiaomi Mi 6X is foreshadowing a global Mi A2 Android One device, packing Snapdragon 660 processing power on top of pretty great dual rear-facing cameras.
The China-first Xiaomi Mi 6X, expected to be launched internationally under the Mi A2 name, should cost around $285 with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. But the headphone jack is likely out.
We've known some of this stuff for a little while now, but another credible source lends further credence to the Xiaomi Mi 6X specs, pretty much also completing the puzzle.
It looks a lot like the Xiaomi Mi 5X or Mi A1, so it would make sense to see what might happen with an evolution of the Android One series.
A heavily customized image or a clean image that users can customize themselves. Which do you think Android enthusiasts would choose?
For an Android One smartphone, it sure took the Xiaomi Mi A1 a painfully long time to publicly distribute original kernel source code.
It's the same update that would bring Mi A1 units on Android Nougat over to Oreo. Why is it being stopped? Would you believe it? More bugs.
Officially unavailable in the US, the Android One-powered Xiaomi Mi A1 with Oreo fetches a very reasonable $225 on eBay via an "unofficial" seller for a limited time.
MIUI 9, the newest version of Xiaomi's Android-based user interface, will be available for official installation on a whopping 40 phones and tablets... eventually.
Speedy battery drain and other performance issues plagued the first update that launched before the new year. Now, the Android One device is getting a big, fat fix.
No more Android Oreo for two seemingly unrelated and unconnected smartphones, as mysterious bugs have temporarily stopped HTC 10 and Xiaomi Mi A1 rollouts.
It's a Christmasy color and a sweet dose of black and white biscuit to make Xiaomi fans and stock Android fans ever more chipper.
Stock software is all fun and games until it's time to update it. That's what the Android One-designated Xiaomi Mi A1 is trying to avoid: un-fun.
In addition to the promised Mi A1 and Mi MIX 2, Xiaomi also lists the Redmi 4A, 4X, Note 5A, Note 4, Mi 6 and Mi Max 2 as available or coming soon to Spain.
Spain is the first market in Western Europe to officially welcome a robust pair of Xiaomi smartphones. Namely, the Mi A1 and Mi MIX 2.
The Google-powered Xiaomi Mi A1 has "simple, secure and fresh software" going for it, not to mention pretty great cameras and a premium design.
Geekbench results from September 1 may indicate some resemblence between the Mi 5X and Mi A1, which is said to launch in India as an Android One phone.