In April of this year, Xiaomi has introduced the MIUI 12, which is at present distributing to the promised mobile phones. At the time of its launch, the MIUI 12 based on Android version 10. Currently, more than half of the promised smartphones have been updated. Currently, therefore, a new version of the MIUI 13, Also has started to mention the availability of Android 11 for selected smartphone models has also started to be mentioned.
These smartphones have started to receive an update with the MIUI 12 extension based on Android 11
It must be said at the outset that Xiaomi has no official update policy. This was revealed by an interview with the developers of MIUI 12, specifically Adam Jiang and Boqing Yang. The absence of an official update policy is due to unexpected and unpredictable factors that may be encountered during development. On the other hand, they revealed that the company’s goal is to deliver 3 major MIUI updates and 2 major Android software updates. If you are interested in which device should receive an update with the new Android 11.
Back in early November, we could read that Xiaomi started actively testing the new Android 11 for more than 20 devices. In the meantime, the company has made the new Android available for the Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Mi 10 Ultra, and Poco F2 Pro smartphone models.
The latest reports pointed out by Xiaomiportal say that Xiaomi has started distributing a new version of Android for another 9 devices, which were introduced last year. These are specifically the smartphone models below.
- Redmi Note 8
- Redmi Note 8 Pro
- Redmi K20 Pro (Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro)
- Redmi K30S Ultra (Xiaomi Mi 10T / Pro)
- Xiaomi Mi CC9 (Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite)
- Xiaomi Mi CC9 Meitu Custom Edition
- Xiaomi Mi 9
- Xiaomi Mi 9 SE
- Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro 5G
However, it should be added here that these are Chinese versions of smartphones. In practice, however, this means that global versions of devices will receive an update with the new Android 11 soon.
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