Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite (Mi 10 Youth Edition) MIUI 12 stable update hits devices
Rejoice! Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite (Mi 10 Youth Edition) users because Xiaomi has now started rolling out MIUI 12 stable update for the units. The update is currently limited to users in China.
This piece of information was shared by the VP of Xiaomi Group Chang Cheng via a Weibo (Chinese equivalent of Twitter) post. The update brings all the new features of MIUI 12 to the Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite.
Here is what the official Weibo post by Chang Cheng reads:
Received the stable version of MIUI12 again
If we go by the screengrab attached with the post, it reveals that the update is arriving with version number MIUI V126.96.36.199.0VCNXMI and weighs in around 214 MB in size.
The update has been pushed via OTA in batches and as already mentioned, it is live for users in China. You can check for update notification by heading over to Settings>>About Phone>>System Update>>Check for updates.
Ever since the launch of MIUI 12 happened on April 27, Xiaomi has been doing its best to make the new custom UI available for all eligible devices. However, due to a huge portfolio of phones and their presence in multiple regions, the process is a bit slow.
Talk about MIUI 12 features, it brings revamped design, Sensory Visual Design, Super Wallpapers (3D models of Earth and Mars), new animations, dynamic weather, new navigation gestures, enhanced privacy, Dark Mode 2.0, AI calling, and much more.
As far as all the devices that have received MIUI 12 are concerned, you can check out our dedicated MIUI 12 update tracker, which keeps track of all Xiaomi, Redmi and Poco devices that have received stable MIUI 12 update for all region-based ROMs, that is, China (CN), Global (MI), Europe (EU), India (IN), Indonesia (ID), and Russia (RU).
Let us know in the comments below if you have also received MIUI 12 stable update on your Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite (Mi 10 Youth Edition) or not.
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