The POCO F2 Pro smartphone from the Xiaomi ecosystem has already started receiving MIUI 12, the latest version of the brand’s interface, now based on Google’s Android 11 operating system. Six days after the start of distribution in Asia, it arrives in Europe.
In the case of a major system update, the manufacturer gradually and phased out the new software. The package reaches users via OTA (over the air) with the first update notifications available already being heard.
MIUI 12 is based on Android 11 from Google
The software package weighs about 2.9 GB and has the build number 220.127.116.11 RJKEUXM, being a major system update for the Xiaomi phone. That said, we recommend downloading it over Wi-Fi networks, instead of mobile data.
Included in it is the pacth security features with the October 2020 security patches. You only have to download the update, accept your installation, wait for it to finish and enjoy MIUI 11.
We also recommend that you charge the smartphone battery with at least 50% charge to ensure that the installation procedure is not interrupted. It is imperative not to turn off the smartphone during the update procedure.
What’s new in MIUI 12 for Xiaomi smartphones
Unfortunately the new update does not include the patch December security update, already available from Google. Still, it brings some corrections that aim to safeguard the privacy of the user with the patch above.
Either way, there are new features and improvements such as improved animations for transitions and effects, as well as several changes to the privacy system. To this is added an optimization of the multi-task mode, facilitating the switching between applications.
Finally, it is in multitasking that the user will feel more differences as soon as the floating windows appear, for example, to open two applications simultaneously.
This same update should not take long to reach users of the POCO X3 NFC taking into account the familiarity of the software used. As soon as this happens, your distribution will be reported on EBox.
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