However, the device is yet to receive the Android Oreo update that the users are waiting for since its launch. You can follow the instruction given on Miui official site to take part in Android 8.0 Oreo beta test programme.
Company has asked the Mi A1 users to register themselves for this before December 11 at 11:59 PM Beijing time. And those selected for the test will be announced on the MIUI global forum. Once downloaded, go to the "Recruitment" section on the app's homepage. And with Android Oreo starting to be ubiquitous, the Chinese manufacturer is looking for beta testers to help test Oreo software.
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Mi A1 is a significant phone for Xiaomi and we say this not just because it is Xiaomi's first Android One phone but also because it is company's first phone to come with dual camera set up. But, he/she should be active in MIUI forums as well as have knowledge about ROMs. Before you enroll for Beta testing, be mindful that Beta builds are unstable and prone to occasional bugs and crashes. Being an Android One phone, it is entitled to receive timely security patches and OS updates.
Xiaomi Mi A1 sports a metal unibody design and features 5.5-inch Full-HD resolution display with 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass protection on top. This combination is backed by 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. A 5MP front-facing camera is there for selfies and video calling. Of course, you would need to own a Xiaomi Mi A1 unit, and provide the IMEI numbers through the secure application process.