Xiaomi has published a list of devices that will receive the Android Pie or Oreo update by the end of 2018. The list contains several devices that will get the beta version of the software at least, and some of them might even get the stable release by December.
Most of the Xiaomi devices mentioned below are already running on Oreo except Mi Mix 2S, Mi 8 and Mi 8 Explorer that have currently running on Pie.
A noticeable fact is that the Oreo update for Mi 5s Plus has been delayed due to unresolved software issues whereas the Redmi 5, 5A, 5 Plus, and Mi 5X will be receiving the Android 8.0 update in the upcoming months.
On the other hand, the rest of the Mi 8 flagship models and the premium Mi Max 3 are set to receive a slice of the Pie during the same period.
Xiaomi devices scheduled for Android Oreo & Pie update in Q4 2018
Let’s take a look at the complete list that was published on MyDrivers:
|Model||Android OS||Current Status|
|Xiaomi Mi 5||Android Oreo||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi 5s||Android Oreo||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus||Android Oreo||Released, pending bug fix update|
|Xiaomi Mi 6||Android Oreo||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi 8||Android Oreo||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi 8 SE||Android Oreo||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite||Android Oreo||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi 8 EE||Android Oreo||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro||Android Oreo||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi Mix||Android Oreo||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi Mix 2||Android Oreo||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi Note 2||Android Oreo||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi Note 3||Android Oreo||Released|
|Xiaomi Redmi 5||Android Oreo||Internal testing in Q4 2018|
|Xiaomi Redmi 5A||Android Oreo||Internal testing in Q4 2018|
|Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus||Android Oreo||Internal testing in Q4 2018|
|Xiaomi Mi 5X||Android Oreo||Internal testing in Q4 2018|
|Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S||Android Pie||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi 8||Android Pie||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi 8 EE||Android Pie||Released|
|Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro||Android Pie||Internal testing in Q4 2018|
|Xiaomi Mi 8 SE||Android Pie||Internal testing in Q4 2018|
|Xiaomi Mi Max 3||Android Pie||Internal testing in Q4 2018|
Xiaomi also made another important announcement that the devices that have already received two major updates will not be eligible for the Pie update. The same applies to handsets that are too old. However, the company didn’t disclose the names of models that will be missing out on the latest updates.