Another 20 Xiaomi smartphones received stable MIUI 12 firmware
A little more news about Xiaomi's products and plans to release software. Over the past week, two dozen smartphones released stable beta versions of the firmware, as well as the final builds.
You can already find updates in the form of ROM on the fan site, but we strongly recommend waiting until your smartphone itself offers to download the latest version of the operating system. More specifically, the Indian versions of the POCO C3, POCO X3, Redmi 9 Power, POCO M3, POCO M2 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 10i have received minor minor updates.
Owners of the Redmi Note 9 Pro from Taiwan are moving to MIUI 12, as well as the version of the smartphone Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite for the Turkish market. Several Xiaomi and Redmi smartphones have been updated in Indonesia. The European version of the flagship Xiaomi Mi 11 is moving to the MIUI v188.8.131.52.RFDEUXM firmware based on Android 11. If we talk about the latest updates for Russian users, the Xiaomi Mi 10T and Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro receive a stable MIUI V12.0.3 beta. 0.QJDRUXM, built on Android 10.