Xiaomi reveals MIUI 12 update timeline for Redmi Note 7, Redmi Note 8T, Redmi Note 9S, Note 9 Pro, & more devices
October continues to chug along steadily and Xiaomi’s deadline for when it plans to conclude the rollout of MIUI 12 to eligible devices continues to draw ever so close.
As usual, we have our well-maintained dedicated MIUI 12 tracker that has been following this rollout from the beginning. Check it out for more on the state of MIUI 12.
Even then, there are a few devices that are yet to bag this update to MIUI 12. Since the company had already put a clock to this rollout, it was only a matter of time before the update was pushed to the relevant devices.
Some of these devices that are yet to get updated to MIUI 12 include the Redmi Note 7, Redmi Note 8T, Redmi Note 9S, Note 9 Pro, among others.
We have detailed coverage of the twists and turns surrounding MIUI 12 for the above-mentioned devices so you might want to check that out as well.
Today, in a post from the Russian Mi Forum News team, we get a glimpse of what Xiaomi is planning with regard to MIUI 12 for devices that are yet to bag this much-awaited build.
From the excerpt above, it is clear that Xiaomi has big plans for its devices this month regarding MIUI 12.
Some of the devices that are set to bag the MIUI 12 update this October include:
-Redmi Note 7 (Global, EU)
-Redmi Note 8 (Global, IN, ID)
-Redmi Note 8T (Global, EU)
-Redmi Note 9S (Global, EU)
-Redmi Note 9 Pro (Global, EU, ID)
A few other devices are reported to be undergoing MIUI 12 testing. These include the Redmi Note 7S (IN), Mi 10 (MI), and Mi 10 Pro (MI).
All other eligible devices have either already received official MIUI 12 builds or have their updates rolled out to a limited number of users. Either way, Xiaomi is clearly in the last leg of the rollout.
As mentioned earlier, you can check out our detailed coverage of this rollout on our MIUI 12 tracker.
From here, all eyes will be on Android 11 and its rollout to eligible devices. We are keeping a close eye on this new version of Android and its rollout.
You might, therefore, want to keep an eye on our Xiaomi section for more on that when it drops.
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