Manufacturers, especially Xiaomi, usually take years to provide major updates to their devices, but if you’re curious about when or if at all your device will get the MIUI 13 update based on Android 12, let’s look at the list of Xiaomi and Redmi devices getting Android 12 update.
Google is testing the new Android 12, which is currently in the beta stages. The fourth beta update is expected to roll out this month for Pixel and other supported devices. If you want to know more about the new features and improvements in Android 12, check out our extensive coverage about the same.
List of Xiaomi, Redmi, POCO Devices Getting MIUI 13 Based On Android 12
- Mi 11 / Pro / Ultra
- Mi 11i / Mi 11X
- Mi 11 Lite 5G / 4G
- Mi 11X Pro
- Mi 10s
- Mi 10 / Pro / 10T / 10T Pro
- Mi 10 Lite 5G / Youth / Zoom
- Mi 10i / Mi 10T Lite
- Mi Note 10 Lite
- Mi MIX FOLD
- Redmi K40 / K40 Pro / K40 Pro + / K40 Gaming
- Redmi K30 / K30 5G / K30 Pro / K30 5G Racing / K30 Zoom / K30 Ultra
- Redmi Note 10X 5G / 10X Pro
- Redmi Note 10 / 10S / 10T / 10 5G
- Redmi Note 10 Pro / 10 Pro Max / 10 Pro 5G (China)
- Redmi Note 9s / 9 Pro / 9 Pro Max / 9 5G / 9T / 9 Pro 5G / Note 9 4G China
- Redmi Note 8 2021
- Redmi 9T / 9 Power
- POCO F2 Pro
- POCO F3 GT
- POCO X2 / X3 / X3 NFC / X3 Pro
- POCO M3 / M3 Pro 5G / M2 Pro
- Blackshark 4 / 4 Pro
- Blackshark 3 / 3 Pro / 3s
Bear in mind that this isn’t the official list. Xiaomi is yet to release an MIUI 13 update schedule for its devices. Considering that many Xiaomi devices still haven’t received Android 11, you might have to wait for over a year if your Xiaomi or Redmi device isn’t the latest device in the market.
If you own a Redmi device that was already updated to a major Android version before, it might not get the MIUI 13 update based on Android 12. Xiaomi’s Mi series of devices, which has upper mid-range and flagships, get two years of major updates, whereas the Redmi series gets only one major Android update.
Last week, Xiaomi beat Samsung and Apple to became the world’s number one smartphone manufacturer. The Chinese giant has developed a huge fanbase since its first device and is known for its value-for-money devices. The brand is so popular in India that, according to statistics, one out of three phones sold in India is a Xiaomi device, which is mind-blowing.
There’s no denying that Xiaomi produces some of the best smartphones in the market. Still, they release so many phones, especially in the mid-range Redmi lineup, that it becomes difficult for customers to make purchase decisions and fires back at the company when providing updates. Therefore, Xiaomi takes a lot of time to push major updates.
Don’t own a Xiaomi device or checking on behalf of a friend? You might want to know if your OnePlus, Nokia, or Samsung device is getting the Android 12 update. Click on the respective links to find out more.
Android 12 Supported Devices
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