Soon after the release of Android 10, Xiaomi rolled out the latest MIUI 11 update for its devices, back in October.
However, as Xiaomi users gradually received the update, they realized that many MIUI 11 features were based on previous Android 9 Pie instead of the latest Android update.
But better late than never, the Chinese tech giant is finally testing out Android 10-based MIUI 11 with the release of beta versions for a bunch of Xiaomi and Redmi devices, implying that the stable version is not far away.
Android 10-based MIUI 11 Stable Beta version
In the MIUI eco-system, Stable Beta firmware is the testing version of the public firmware that will eventually be passed to all the Xiaomi users. It is important to note that Stable Beta is different from Developer ROM that Xiaomi rolls out weekly to the Beta testers.
Previously, Xiaomi has rolled out Android 10-based MIUI 11 Stable beta for several devices, including the POCO F1, Redmi K20 Pro/Mi 9T Pro, Mi 9, and few more.
Now, the company is going ahead with a few more —
- Redmi Note 7 (China Stable Beta)
- Redmi Note 8 Pro (China Stable Beta)
- Redmi K20/ Xiaomi Mi 9T (Global Stable Beta)
- Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 (China Stable Beta)
- Xiaomi Mi 9 SE (China Stable Beta)
- Xiaomi Mi 8 SE (China Stable Beta)
To try out the Android 10-based MIUI 11 Stable beta version, users will have to flash the ROM using Custom Recovery. It’s a slightly complicated process and can lead to undesirable outcomes; therefore, it is important to have a thorough knowledge of MIUI, in and out, including fast boot flashing and unlocking the bootloader.