Both these smartphones are on sale in China but are still not part of Xiaomi India's portfolio. The phone is also expected to get upgraded to MIUI 9 soon, with Xiaomi stating that it'll begin the rollout for its OS on August 11.
Imagine the consternation among consumers when a recent eScan report specifically called out Xiaomi devices - their report entitled 'Red Alert for Xiaomi Users' starts off by warning all users of Xiaomi devices about the 'multiple flaws and security lapses in MiUI' (Xiaomi's Android operating system) and 'unintentional vulnerabilities'.
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The Redmi Note 4 was released in January as the company's lower mid-range device for the year, so it's quite impressive that the device gets major OS updates. The steps are more than easy to follow but even though if you do not understand anything or have any problems do let us know in comments. Earlier this year, market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC) claimed that Xiaomi's Redmi Note 4 was the highest shipped smartphone in Q1 this year.
Users in the r/Xiaomi forum on Reddit have acknowledged receipt, with a few users reportedly getting the update as nightlies.
Cloned Xiaomi device affects the functional security controls related to factors governing access control mechanisms like identification, authentication, and authorization implemented by the Third Party Apps.
Since the app is no longer functioning within Android's Sandbox Protection, all your confidential bank and payment data lies vulnerable. Only the device policy controller application, and the Android device owner can delete the work profile and data. In short, expect less performance and a shorter battery life. The new update is now available as MIUI 8.5 (global). According to Jain, the company sold a whopping 5 million units in a short span of 6 months, setting a new benchmark for other OEMs in the market.
On Friday, just days before the country's 71st Independence Day, Xiaomi has added another feather to its cap. "Xiaomi currently holds close to 25 percent market share of smartphones that sell online".