Xiaomi Mi A1 Allegedly Blows up While Charging, Mi A2 'Fingerprint Sensor Bug' Believed to Impact Battery Life

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Xiaomi Mi A1, the company's first Android One smartphone, is presently in reports for having supposedly detonated while it was being charged. The proprietor of the influenced handset was supposedly shocked out of his rest when the Mi A1 detonated. Notwithstanding the Mi A1, Xiaomi is facing shock for a detailed fingerprint sensor bug within the Mi A2, the successor to the Mi A1, that brings a sudden battery demise issue. Both Android One models by the Beijing-based company are as of now foreseen to get an update to Android 9.0 Pie. Dissimilar to other Xiaomi smartphones that have MIUI on top of Android, the Mi A-Series models run stock Android out-of-the-case.

As posted in an MIUI gathering post, a Xiaomi Mi A1 detonated while it was being charged medium-term. The proprietor of the influenced phone frequently put it on charging medium-term. Be that as it may, at some point, it is said that he was shocked out of his rest subsequent to hearing a blast from his phone. He overlooked the blow and returned to rest, however in the morning, he found the Mi A1 in a "to a great degree [damaged] condition."

It is indistinct whether the client was charging the influenced Mi A1 using a genuine charger. Additionally, the MIUI discussion post says that the client achieved the client care. The harmed Mi A1 unit is claimed to be eight months old and utilized with a defensive case. Vitally, this was the main such case announced for the Mi A1.

Nearby the supposed blast of the Mi A1, Xiaomi has come in the headlines for a Mi A2 bug that is impacting its battery life. A few clients on the Linus Tech Tips gatherings have announced that the fingerprint sensor of the Mi A2 is using all the eight centers of the Snapdragon 660 SoC at most extreme speed. These outcomes in the sudden passing of the battery and lessen the screen-on time to three or four hours.

Xiaomi hasn't revealed any details around the bug, yet on its MIUI discussions, it has denoted the bug as "require more information", as spotted by Android Authority. The client reports recommend that the issue exists on an expansive number of Mi A2 units for over most recent multi-month. Be that as it may, the company has neither pushed any bug settle nor acknowledged any issue.

We've connected with Xiaomi for lucidity on the supposed Mi A1 blast and also the announced Mi A2 battery issue and will update this space accordingly.
Xiaomi Mi A1 Allegedly Blows up While Charging, Mi A2 'Fingerprint Sensor Bug' Believed to Impact Battery Life Xiaomi Mi A1 Allegedly Blows up While Charging, Mi A2 'Fingerprint Sensor Bug' Believed to Impact Battery Life Reviewed by Mi All Phone on October 03, 2018 Rating: 5

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