[Updated] MIUI 12 stable update released for 13 devices in phase 1: Mi 9, Mi 10, Redmi K20 & K30 series, next batch coming soon

This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..

Original story (published on June 29, 2020) follows:

Xiaomi promised to release the stable MIUI 12 update to a handful of its devices in June 2020 as part of phase 1 of the rollout. With the month coming to a conclusion, its time to begin phase 2 of the project.

At the time of announcing the MIUI 12 roadmap, Xiaomi revealed that the Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Mi 10 Lite, Mi 9, Mi 9T, Mi 9T Pro, Redmi K20 and Redmi K30 series would be the devices that get updated first as part of phase 1.

Indeed, as of this writing, the above devices have already picked up the MIUI 12 stable update back at home. The likes of Mi 9, Mi 9T, Mi 9T Pro, and Redmi K20 have also been upgraded in markets outside China, but Mi 9T and Mi 9T Pro users in Europe are still on the waiting list.

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Xiaomi Mi 10

Below is the full list of devices that have received the stable MIUI 12 update in China:

1. Mi 10
2. Mi 10 Pro
3. Mi 10 Youth Edition (MI 10 Lite)
4. Mi 9
5. Mi 9 Pro 5G
6. Mi 9 Transparent Edition
7. Redmi K30
8. Redmi K30 5G
9. Redmi K30 Pro
10. Redmi K30 Pro Zoom
11. Redmi K20
12. Redmi K20 Pro
13. Redmi K20 Pro Premium
(Source 1, 2)

Note that we keep track of all devices that get updated to the stable MIUI 12 update, in China or outside Xiaomi’s home country. You can check the details here.

For those still looking forward to the release of MIUI 12, the wait shouldn’t be long, although the rollout will definitely vary from device to device. What you should know, though, is that the process (phase 2) begins soon.

As usual, we will be here to tell you about it whenever your specific device begins receiving MIUI 12. Stay tuned to PiunikaWeb for more related coverage.

Update 1 (September 09)

IST 01:30 pm: According to recent reports, Xiaomi has completed the release of MIUI 12 for eligible devices from the second batch. It will now be able to shift its focus to updating devices from the third-batch. See the full story here.

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