For a few weeks, Xiaomi has started the beta test phase for Android 8.0 Oreo on Xiaomi Mi A1, its first device belonging to the Android One program. In addition to the many new features introduced by the new operating system, such as the picture-in-picture function and new APIs, the update seems to have brought the fast-charge function.
According to another site report, after unlocking Android 8.0, Mi A1 fingerprints on the back will be more sensitive to unlock, faster than Android 7.1, and fluency has also been improved.
According to some tests conducted by an Indian site, it seems that the full recharge of the battery Xiaomi Mi A1 requires 92 minutes instead of 120 required with Android Nougat, although it must be made clear that the result was not obtained with the original charger.
The charger supplied by Xiaomi is a classic 5V @ 2A model, not compatible with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge technology and for the test a OnePlus Dash Charger was used, which allowed to obtain the result indicated above.
It is not clear, therefore, whether Xiaomi has added Qualcomm’s fast charge support, or rather a generic medium capable of exploiting battery chargers capable of delivering a higher current and voltage than the standard one. We hope that at the release of the stable version of Android 8.0 Oreo for Xiaomi Mi A1, the Chinese manufacturer will clarify the thing, allowing users to safely load the battery of their smartphones.
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