THE Xiaomi is releasing the global version of MIUI 11 stable for Pocophone F1, Redmi Note 7 Pro, Redmi Note 5 Pro, Redmi 7, Redmi 7A, Redmi Y3 and Redmi K20 (Mi 9T). In addition, the company has been testing the beta version of this update on other phones. More devices will be contemplated in the months of November and December.
The official MIUI India account on twitter announced last week that the Redmi K20 received MIUI 11 in the “Global Stable” version; it is sold in other countries as Mi 9T. The Redmi 7A also was contemplated.
This Wednesday (30), it is the turn of the Pocophone F1 and Redmi Note 7 Pro: the Global Stable ROM is being released little by little. “We’re working hard to make sure all devices get the update as quickly as possible,” says the company.
According to XDA Developers, more devices are receiving MIUI 11 today: this is the Redmi Note 5 Pro, Redmi 7 and Redmi Y3. For now, the update is only available to users who have entered the closed beta; Xiaomi says this is a “Beta Stable” version. (In practice, it should be identical to the stable version.)
Xiaomi tests MIUI 11 beta on Mi 9 SE and others
In addition, Xiaomi summoned users for a closed beta of the following devices: Mi 9 SE, Mi 8, Mi Mix 3, Mi Mix 2S, Redmi Note 7, Redmi Note 7S and Redmi K20 Pro. more than 15 thousand people showed interest in participating.
The Xiaomi Mi 9 SE, Mi 8, Mi Mix 3 and Mi Mix 2S have already received a MIUI 11 beta based on Android 10. It is worth noting that the update does not always include a newer version of Android: for example, the Redmi K20 runs MIUI 11 based on Android 9 Pie. Some older devices will remain on 8.1 Oreo or even 7.1 Nougat.
Xiaomi distributes MIUI 11 in four phases
MIUI 11 will be distributed in four phases. THE first phase go October 22-31 and includes the following cell phones:
- Mi 9 SE
- Redmi K20 / Mi 9T
- Redmi Y3
- Redmi Note 7
- Redmi Note 7S
- Redmi Note 7 Pro
- Redmi 7
- Redmi 7A
- Mi 8 Pro
- Mi 8
- Mi 8 Lite
- Mi Mix 3
- Mi Mix 2S
- Pocophone F1
If your device is not on the list, it is likely that it will be covered in the next phases; check here full MIUI 11 schedule.
As noted by XDA Developers, it will be a little difficult to follow the launch of MIUI 11 because it has different versions for each region: sometimes the ROM of India is the global one – the case of the Pocophone F1 – but not always. In addition, Xiaomi has released some stable versions that were still marked as “beta”, which can only be installed by those in the Mi Pilot test program.
Did you receive MIUI 11 on your cell phone?