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Xiaomi officially releases stable MIUI 11 on 12 more smartphone models

by Ace Damon
Xiaomi officially releases stable MIUI 11 on 12 more smartphone models

Xiaomi today unveiled the second round of smartphones that will host the stable version of MIUI 11, its Android 10-based user interface. Unlike the first wave of smartphones that have been upgraded (only available in China), the second stripe features phones that are also sold in other countries.

Check here the news of MIUI 11

Models available globally should be updated by the end of the month or, if late, early December. Check out the list of devices that will receive the MIUI 11 update now in November:

– Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro 5G
– Xiaomi Mi 6
– Xiaomi Mi Mix 2
– Xiaomi Redmi Note 7
– Xiaomi Mi CC9
– Xiaomi Mi 9
– Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro
– Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro
– Xiaomi Mi Note 3
– Xiaomi Redmi S2
– Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A
– Xiaomi Redmi 7A

Below is the list of Xiaomi devices that have already received the MIUI 11 revised in the first round of updates:

– Xiaomi Mi 9 SE
– Xiaomi Mi Mix 3
– Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S
– Xiaomi Mi 8
– Xiaomi Mi 8 -SE
– Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer
– Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro
– Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite
– Xiaomi Mi Max 3
– Xiaomi Redmi 7
– Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro
– Xiaomi Redmi K20

One more batch of updates is expected for MIUI 11. The third update is expected later this month, with older devices from the company. Despite the release of the new MIUI, it seems that some devices are not yet receiving Android 10. As Xiaomi has not mentioned anything for the operating system, it is possible that devices with the new interface will still run out of the latest Android operating system until Google release it on the gadgets.

Xiaomi introduced MIUI 11 in September as its new user interface for their smartphones. The main difference between the traditional Android interface and MIUI 11 is that Xiaomi's system is designed to make navigation less polluted and cleaner than usual. The new MIUI also features the popular Dark Mode, also known in Portuguese as dark mode. It changes the color of all applications and has a black background color instead of Google's grayscale, for example.

Via: GSM Arena
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