Xiaomi has unplugged the Mi A2 Lite, which it launched as part of the Android One program. The smartphone, which was last updated last February, will reportedly no longer receive updates.
Xiaomi has unplugged the low-cost Mi A2 Lite smartphone. It is reported that the Chinese technology giant has decided to end support for the device .
Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite was launched in July 2018 as part of the Android One program. The device without the MIUI interface was one of the few Xiaomi-branded phones that debuted with the ” pure Android ” version.
Originally sold with Android 8.1 Oreo installed, Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite is currently running Android 10 . The smartphone received the last update in February. The update also brought security patches with it.
Support period ends early
As you know, devices released under the Android One program must receive two major Android versions and security updates for at least three years .
According to this theory, Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite should receive security updates by June . However, although it has not been officially announced yet, the company appears to end support a little earlier .