Windows 10 Powered Xiaomi Mi4 Gets New Update! Does it Matter?

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    Last year, the Redmond giant Microsoft has announced its partnership with the Chinese handset maker Xiaomi at WinHEC 2015 event. On the very day, Xiaomi has announced the availability of Windows 10 OS for its Mi4 smartphone publicly.

    Windows 10 Powered Xiaomi Mi4 Gets New Update! Does it Matter?

    On the other hand, the Xiaomi Mi4 is well known for its high-end specifications, build quality and of course the MIUI, besides down to earth cost. But the catch here is, only the 4G LTE supported smartphones can alone make it to Windows 10 OS, which means it is limited only to the Chinese market as of now.

    As per the report, Windows 10 powered Mi4 has started receiving new firmware update, which contains major bug fixes along with some system enhancements.

    SEE ALSO: Xiaomi Mi 4i vs Mi4: The Difference Between The Two

    Some of the major fixes include -- optimized battery backup, screen freezing issues, alarm clock problem, Outlook mail sync problem, charging issues. Further, the company has rolled out the update for camera settings, which supports close range pictures.

    Additionally, the company has enhanced the stability of quick operation settings page through this update. The company has also added the "Vibration switch button". Users can access by heading on to Settings → Extras → Vibration settings.

    Windows 10 Powered Xiaomi Mi4 Gets New Update! Does it Matter?

    On the specification front, the Mi4 is packed with 5-inch IPS display, Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB RAM, 16GB/64GB internal memory, 13MP/8MP camera, 3080mAh battery under the hood. In case, if you can't download the link, click here!

    On the flipside, Xiaomi has started rolling out the Android 6.0.1 update instead of Android 6.0 update for Mi4 smartphones. As per records, this update comes in 100MB in size with a build number MMB29M.

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