[Rolling out] Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Android 10 update to roll out in mid-April
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on March 27, 2020) follows:
New devices come with Android 10 out of the box and many of the eligible devices have already been updated to Android 10, often clad in the respective OEM’s skin on top of Android. Some devices, however, are still slated to bag Android 10 updates in due course. (Q2 of 2020).
Despite being launched at a time when more and more devices were getting updated to Android 10, the Xiaomi CC9 Pro (Sold as the Mi Note 10 in some markets) came running Android 9 Pie out of the box. Xiaomi promised an Android 10 update for the device and users have been waiting for that update since.
The wait and uncertainty might be over as according to reports, Xiaomi is planning to roll out Android 10 update to the Mi CC9 Pro sometime in mid- April. This is according to the latest poster on the official Weibo Xiaomi mount saying, “Xiaomi CC9 Pro will soon upgrade to Android 10.”
The update, according to reports, will still be based on MIUI 11 that the device launched with. This is not something new as Xiaomi has decoupled its MIUI rollouts from its Android rollouts for many of its devices, and updates both separately most of the time.
The takeaways from the announcement post from Xiaomi about this upcoming update is that;
-will roll out in Mid April
-the update will improve fingerprint, camera and system speed, and will add a new shooting mode to the camera.
The Xiaomi CC9 Pro was first unveiled back in November 2019. This device was introduced to the market as Xiaomi Mi Note 10 around the world and is the first mass-produced device with a 108MP camera.
Update (March 30)
Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro & Mi 9 Pro Android 10 update has started rolling out to devices. For more, read out coverage.
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