Tuesday, 18 June 2019

[Update: Pocophone F1] Xiaomi Confirms Android Q-based MIUI 11 update to 11 Devices by Q1 2020

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While Xiaomi may have been trying things out in the US smartphone market just before the turn of 2019, we presently can't seem to see the Chinese brand enter the shores. What's more, with fellow Chinese tech mammoth Huawei apparently having the proverbial Android rug pulled from underneath them, support for another Chinese smartphone will undoubtedly be a central selling point as Android Q nears its full release.


Xiaomi has affirmed that the spin-off Pocophone F1 and Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G are additionally to get MIUI 11 before the dusk of 2019. Xiaomi's Alvin Tse has dropped an enormous hint that we will see the Pocophone F1 get Android Q-based MIUI 11, which we are certain will be music to Poco fans ears.


Miui 11 update
MIUI 11 has been being developed since January 2019, with an enormous upgrade anticipated. For those not versed in MIUI as an Android skin, it offers an incredible upgrade over stock Android and was one of only a few aspects — other than from accessibility — that we couldn't have cared much for on the superb Pocophone F1. With that said, regardless it has a lot of fans the world over that love the experience and extras that it brings to Xiaomi smartphones. 

Xiaomi has confirmed that MIUI 11 will give the massive update in both the looks and execution division that numerous fans have been eager for. While the details are yet to be finalized, Xiaomi affirmed that 11 devices will get the Android Q-put together update by Q1 2020 with respect to the authority MIUI forums (through XDA Developers). 

Below is the complete list (arriving Q4 2019 unless otherwise stated):
  • Redmi K20 Pro
  • Xiaomi Mi 9 / Mi 9 SE
  • Mi Mix 2S
  • Mi 8 ExplorerXiaomi Mi 8 / Mi 8 Screen Fingerprint Edition 
  • Redmi K20
  • Mi Mix 3
  • Redmi Note 7 / Note 7 Pro (Q1 2020)


As you may know, the Android Q beta is, as of now, accessible for the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 and Mi 9, with recently launched Redmi K20 Pro also being included without further ado afterward. We would anticipate that those handsets should get priority over the others yet support for the more older device is constantly incredible news. Regardless we haven't seen or heard much on what MIUI 11 will bring. 


One other admonition is that this news will without a doubt apply legitimately to the Chinese variations of every handset. Given Xiaomi's reputation, however, we would expect MIUI 11 to take off not long after any Chinese release.

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