miui 11 global release date

Global version of MIUI 11: confirmed release date

miui 11 global release date

The last version of the Xiaomi customization layer, MIUI 11, is about to arrive. Although the MIUI 11 beta can already be installed on a wide variety of Xiaomi phones, its stable global version arrive this October 16 as confirmed by the MIUI account in India through a tweet.

As a curiosity, on that same date the Redmi Note 8 Pro will be launched in India. Therefore, this device in India may come with MIUI 11 from the box, unlike the Redmi Note 8 Pro that are already on the market and that have MIUI 10. In the next few days, Xiaomi should announce which devices will receive the global version of MIUI 11 first.

These will be the first Xiaomi to upgrade to MIUI 11

The Chinese version of MIUI 11 has been available for many Xiaomi for a month. It brought several interesting news as a Customizable lock screen, a new reminder function, dynamic sound effects, dynamic sourcesand among other features that we will also see in the global version. In addition, it includes the new apps Mi Go and Mi Work, allowing to activate an emergency mode by touching the power button five times.

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In China, the first devices that were able to access all these news of MIUI 11 were the Mi 9T, Redmi Note 7, Redmi Note 7 Pro and Redmi 7. So it is likely that, outside of China, these are also the first Xiaomi to upgrade to MIUI 11 goes OTA. If you have one of those phones, make sure you have it charged and connected to the WiFi on October 16 to update it to MIUI 11.

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