A list of Xiaomi phones that will get MIUI 12 update based on Android 11 has surfaced. Do note that this list includes both Xiaomi’s smartphones, and phones released by its sub-brands, including Redmi and POCO.
The list popped up on Xiaomi’s community forums, but was quickly taken down. Piunika Web managed to get its hands on the list, however, so we can share more details with you now.
Quite a few Xiaomi, Redmi & POCO phones will get Android 11 update
This list includes quite a few devices, actually. There are most devices from Redmi, then Xiaomi, and then OPPO. 14 devices from Redmi are listed, 13 from Xiaomi, and three from POCO. Do note that this list may grow further in the future, though.
Let’s kick things off with Xiaomi’s devices, shall we. The Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 9, and Mi 9T series devices are listed here, along with the Xiaomi Mi A3.
The Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Mi 10 Youth Edition, Mi Note 10, Mi Note 10 Pro, Mi Note 10 Lite are included in the Mi 10 series. The Mi 9, Mi 9 Pro 5G, Mi 9 SE, Mi 9 Lite, Mi 9T, and Mi 9T Pro are listed as Mi 9 and Mi 9T series devices that will get this update.
In terms of Redmi, well, here’s a list: Redmi K30 Pro, K30, K30 5G, K30i 5G, K20 Pro, K20, Note 9, Note 9 Pro, Note 9 Pro Max, 10X Pro, 10X 5G, 9, 9C, and 9A.
The POCO F2 Pro, X2, and M2 Pro will also get this update. There you have it, a ton of Xiaomi, Redmi, and POCO devices are scheduled to get MIUI 12 update that is based on Android 11.
The Black Shark 2 and 3 series devices are also expected to get the update
Now, in addition to all these, do note that the Black Shark 2 and Black Shark 3 will also get Android 11, all the phones in the series. It is also worth noting that this is a list for China, at the moment.
That is the reason why the ‘Youth Edition’ is o the list, and some other phones that are not available outside of China. All the phones from the list that did make their way to Europe or India will get the update, though.
We still do not know when will Xiaomi start rolling out the update. The company’s flagship devices will probably start getting Android 11 first, though, so keep that in mind.
A stable build of Android 11 is expected to arrive next month, in case you were wondering. Xiaomi will probably do its best to release its first builds of Android 11-based MIUI 12 as soon as possible. Google will be first, though, of course.