Although the first Developer Preview of Android 12 has already been released and more and more news is revealed about the new version of Google’s operating system, there are still many smartphones that have not yet received the update for Android 11.
As for Xiaomi smartphones, this update comes in the form of MIUI 12.5, which was made official during the presentation of the Xiaomi Mi 11 at the end of last year.
Now, it has been confirmed that three more smartphones from the brand have started receiving the desired update, namely the Xiaomi Mi Note 10, Redmi Note 9 and Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite.
Stable version of MIUI 12.5 starts arriving on the Mi Note 10, Redmi Note 9 and Mi 10T Lite
The news was advanced by XDA Developers, confirming that the update is already reaching users in several regions. Unfortunately, the markets where these three smartphones have already received MIUI 12.5 have not yet been confirmed.
However, since it is a stable package of the global version of the Xiaomi interface, Android 11 is expected to reach all European smartphones in the coming days / weeks.
Didn’t you receive the update? See if you can update your smartphone
For the most impatient users, the XDA Developers team has already made available the update package, which can be downloaded and installed manually on the respective smartphones.
However, it is important to emphasize that these procedures always carry several risks, especially when they are not performed by experienced users.
If you want to proceed with the manual installation of Android 11, make sure that your smartphone has the exact version shown below:
If you do not have this exact version on your smartphone, you will really need to wait for it to be available for download automatically.
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