HMD Global’s Nokia 7.1 and Xiaomi‘s Mi A2 Lite are the latest phones to receive the Android Pie update. While HMD Global specifically announced that the update has begun rolling out to the Nokia 7.1 globally, Xiaomi didn’t make an announcement and the update seems to be rolling out to just a select few at the moment.
New day, and a new serving of Pie coming right up. Nokia 7.1 now on Android 9. 😋🥧 pic.twitter.com/ZPupm6TAmR
— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) November 27, 2018
For the Nokia 7.1, the update is 1.3GB in size and it brings a new system navigation, adaptive brightness, adaptive battery, and November’s security patch.
The update for the Mi A2 Lite is about 1002MB and also brings the same features the Nokia 7.1 is getting in addition to FM radio. According to XDA Developers who first reported the Mi A2 Lite was already getting the update, one user who lives in Poland already received the update.
Both the Nokia 7.1 and Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite are Android One phones and they run a stock-like version of Android. However, the Nokia 7.1 is the more expensive and more powerful version of the two. It sells for more than double the price of the Mi A2 Lite.