Looking for an affordable smartphone with stock Android experience? The Mi A1 is probably the best all rounder as it packs great specs and it comes with a dual-camera system. It was launched in India last week for 14,999INR (about RM985) and it’s coming very soon to Malaysia.
UPDATE: Malaysian availability revealed. It’s available for pre-order on 16 September.
Xiaomi launched a brand new “flagship” smartphone in India today and it’s called the Xiaomi Mi A1. You might be looking at this phone, thinking, isn’t this just a Mi 5X? Well, while you might be right based on the smartphone’s hardware, it’s a whole nother story when it comes to the device’s software.
With the launch of the Nexus 6P, everyone has been digging up old nostalgic Nexus feelings from their feel-vault and making sweeping declarations that vanilla Android is the only way Android should be experienced. There are some of us at SoyaCincau.com who feel the same way and then there are those who simply cannot comprehend how paying so much for a device that comes with, what essentially is the “outline” of the Android OS, could be justified.
We don’t like letting those without a voice go unheard, so we had an extensive discussion and compiled a list of reasons why vanilla Android is the only Android you DON’T want to have.