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Original story (from March 11) follows:

The initial Android 10 firmware arrived on the Pocophone F1 (Poco F1) in mid-January 2020 for a limited set of users. Not long after, the company commenced the wider rollout of the OS.

As it has become a tradition with Xiaomi’s Android OS upgrades, the Pocophone F1 Android 10 update was quickly halted after bugs were discovered in the firmware, leaving many owners of the device on Pie.

After weeks of fixing bugs, Xiaomi earlier this month re-released a patched-up Poco F1 Android 10 update with a newer February 2020 security patch, indeed confirming that this was a newer build.

Pocophone F1 Android 10 update available globally

Typically, major OS upgrades are distributed gradually, beginning with a small number of units and later more are added. The latter case depends on how good the initial rollout pans out and from the look of things, it seems devs are impressed with the latest release.

Arriving as MIUI, the update is now rolling out widely to all Pocophone F1 users across the globe. As noted, the initial rollout from earlier this month was limited and meant to test the waters.

With everything seemingly in order, the Pocophone F1 Android 10 update has now commenced rolling out widely. The same changes included in the Beta Stable update are part of the incoming Global Stable version.

Poco F1/Pocophone F1

Since this is an airborne update, it may take some time before all Poco F1 units receive the download notification, but Xiaomi has provided the official download link for those who want to install the update manually.

  • Device: Pocophone F1/Poco F1
  • Codename: beryllium
  • Channel: Global (India) Stable
  • Version:
  • Android: 10
    • Type: Recovery

Meanwhile, you can jump ahead of the queue and try the newer Android 11 on your Poco F1. See the full story here.

Update 1 (March 14)

The official announcement for Android 10 update on Poco F1 devices in the Russia region is up now.

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