MIUI 10 is the latest version of Xiaomi’s Android-based skin, and the company has confirmed that it will be arriving to 28 of its devices. Xiaomi has been confirming MIUI 10 for its devices bit by bit, and at the moment, and now we have a full list of 28 devices that will get the update. Before we begin listing those devices, please do note that the Redmi 6 family of smartphones is missing from this list, but they will get the update as well, even though that has not been officially confirmed just yet, so the list will cross the 30-device threshold.
At the moment, this is the list of Xiaomi-branded devices which will get the update: Xiaomi Mi 8, Mi 8 SE, Mi MIX 2S, Mi MIX 2, Mi MIX, Mi 6X, Mi 6, Mi 5, Mi Note 2, Redmi Note 5, Redmi S2/Y2, Redmi Note 4X, Redmi 5A, Redmi 5s, Mi 5s Plus, Mi Note 3, Mi Max, Mi Max 2, Mi 5X, Mi Max Prime, Mi 5c, Mi 4s, Mi 4c, Redmi 4x, Redmi Note 5A, Redmi Note 5A Prime, Redmi 5, and the Redmi 5 Plus. Now, you will notice that some of the devices on this list are quite old, like the Mi 4c, for example, it’s three years old at this point, and it will get MIUI 10. This list actually applies for both Chinese and Global models, if a phone is listed here, it will get MIUI 10, no matter if the unit is made for the Chinese or global markets. Global ROM of MIUI 10 is currently in beta testing, and the program will end on July 24, so the company is expected to start rolling it out to smartphone sooner than it happened with previous versions of MIUI, as it seems like Xiaomi really increased its focus on global markets.
MIUI 10 is a rather significant update for the company, a ton of improvements have been added in the backend, but the company also changed the design of MIUI 10 to a degree. You will still easily notice it’s MIUI that you’re looking at, but its design elements are way more circular now, and MIUI 10 actually looks like a blend between MIUI 9 and Android P now. A whole new multitasking view is available, the notification shade is different, and it arguably looks better than ever, while a Quick Reply system works as it does on stock Android, and it looks quite similar as well. Volume control UI has been updated, and so much more. MIUI 10 is arguably the most significant MIUI update in recent years.