Xiaomi is the only smartphone OEM to release software builds for its devices weekly. As an announcement post of software builds for this week on Mi Community China, the brand confirmed the Android 11 update for a number of smartphones by Xiaomi and Redmi from 2019.
The Chinese brand, Xiaomi announced MIUI 12 in late April and since then, the world’s third-largest smartphone maker has been updating its devices to the latest version of its mobile software. As far, the brand’s flagship, mid-range and selected budgeted phones have received the update. Only specific budgets and older handsets are yet to receive the update.
On the other hand, the premium devices of the year 2020 that have been updated to MIUI 12 have also started receiving Android 11 updates. Hence, the company has now disclosed the next batch of handsets which will be getting the latest version Android update.
The smartphones listed below will start getting MIUI 12 beta builds based on Android 11 once the program continues after its temporary halt.
-Redmi Note 8
-Redmi Note 8 Pro
-Redmi K20 Pro / Mi 9T Pro
-Redmi K30S Ultra
-Mi 9 SE
-Mi 9 Pro
-Mi CC9 / Mi 9 Lite
-Mi CC9 Meitu Edition
The company has not assured that Android 11 builds will be released for these above-mentioned smartphones because the company has suspended the beta program for an undefined time period from next week before the release of MIUI 12.5.
Even after the company starts releasing this new update, the final stable update might take time to reach in different regions.
To be noted, Redmi K30 4G, Redmi K30 5G, POCO X2, Mi CC9 Pro, Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition, Mi Note 10 and Mi 10 Pro from the year 2019 are also eligible for Android 11 update and these smartphones have been receiving MIUI 12 beta builds based on Android 11 for a few months now.