Xiaomi published a probe a few days ago, in which smartphone users were to decide whether they prefer the MIUI overlay or pure Android.
In September last year, Xiaomi launched the first smartphone without MIUI overlay – Xiaomi Mi A1. This device works under the control of a clean Anroid and is (according to David is not) an Android One smartphone. On this occasion, after almost six months after its premiere, the Chinese manufacturer decided to check whether the idea of pure Android on MIUI smartphones appealed to users.
In the Xiaomi poll, 14,769 votes were cast when it was unexpectedly canceled by Xiaomi. Reason? 57% of people voted for the Android One option, while for MIUI “only” 43%. A strange distribution of votes, given the fact that Xiaomi sells one smartphone without MIUI. It seems that the results of the probe could have been manipulated by people who have never used MIUI and just do not like Xiaomi. However, it must be clearly stated that the attitude of such a large company, which suddenly decided to remove not only the probe, but also all the promising posts, is … strange.
Specification Xiaomi Mi A1 (Mi 5X):
Screen : 5.5 “1080×1920 pixels
processor : Snapdragon 625
RAM : 4 GB
Memory : 32/64 GB
Cameras : 12 Mpix to the table / 2.8 (26 mm) + 12 Mpix tele (50 mm) f / 2.6 / 5 Mpix
Communication : Wi-Fi 802.11ac, LTE, dual SIM, USB Type C, fingerprint reader
Battery : 3080 mAh
dimensions : 155.4 x 75.8 x 7.3 mm
Weight : 165 grams
In our review, we wrote that the Xiaomi Mi 5X (A1) is the perfect smartphone for the masses, among others, and perhaps above all, because of the excellent price-to-performance ratio it offers. The strength of the device is its camera, with slightly darker than the Xiaomi Mi 6 lenses, but basically the same sensors and identical software. Xiaomi Mi 5X makes really great photos at its price (about 700-1000 zlotys) and only slightly darker than Mi 6.