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Xiaomi Mi A3 in India: Big shock to users! Xiaomi bans MI A3 ‘sales’ in India; This problem is coming on the phone

People have complained that the service center is being asked for a lot of money to fix their phones.

Xiaomi MI A3 in India: Smartphone company Xiaomi has stopped selling MI A3 (Xiaomi MI A3) in India following complaints of technical glamor after customers’ Android updates. Most of the users of the social media forum complained that their phone was switched off after ‘installing’ the latest update of Android 11. Read more: Oxygen production centers to be set up in health centers across the country, Rs 2015-18 crore allocated from PM’s care fund

Xiaomi India said in a statement on Monday, “We are aware of the issue with some MI3 devices following the recent Android 11 update.” In such a situation we have now stopped it. The company launched the device in India on August 21. It is priced at Rs 12,999. Read more – IND vs ASS 3rd Test Live Streaming: When and Where to Watch India-Australia 3rd Test Live Online

Some people have complained that a lot of money is being demanded to fix their phones at Shaomi’s centers. After that, the company said that their phones will be provided free of charge at the service centers. The product warranty will not be seen. Read more – Boris Johnson cancels India visit: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will not visit India on January 2, Prime Minister Modi spoke on the phone

According to market research firm IDC, Xiaomi is the leading company in the Indian smartphone market with a market share of 25 per cent in the third quarter of 2020. “We apologize for the inconvenience to the public,” said Xiaomi. “As a brand, we want to provide the best customer experience. We will continue to improve our products and services.

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