The Xiaomi Mi A2 is the successor to the Mi A1 from last year. This means that it carries the Android One branding which in turns means it runs on a stock version of Android. So just like the Mi A1, the Mi A2 lacks plenty of features which are pretty common in Xiaomi’s Redmi devices running MIUI. One such feature is App lock which is missing from the Mi A2.
Xiaomi has been on a roll in India. After the success of the Redmi Note 5 Pro from earlier this year, the company recently launched the Mi A2 in the country. The Mi A2 is the successor of Xiaomi’s first Android One device from last year, the Mi A1. The handset builds on the Redmi Note 5 Pro and offers a more powerful internal and camera experience.
As revealed earlier, Xiaomi today launched the Mi A2 in India. The handset is the successor to the Mi A1, the first Android One handset from Xiaomi launched in association with Google last year.
Earlier this week, Xiaomi launched the Mi A2 in Spain. The mid-range Android One handset sports a Snapdragon 660 chipset and an impressive dual-camera setup at the rear. Xiaomi has already confirmed that the Mi A2 will launch in over 40 countries worldwide, with the Indian launch of the handset happening on August 8.
Xiaomi today unveiled the Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite, its second and third Android One smartphones respectively. Last year, the Chinese company surprised everyone by teaming with Google to announce an Android One running handset, the Mi A1. It used the handset to expand its presence in international markets, and this year, Xiaomi is building on that with the Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite.