The Xiaomi Mi 8 receives Android 10 with MIUI 11 stable
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Xiaomi has begun to implement a stable update of MIUI 11 for its 2018 flagship, the Xiaomi Mi 8, first in china. The update not only brings a new user interface and new features of its new personalization layer to the phone, but also brings Android 10 as a base, the latest version of Google's operating system.
Android 10 stable for the Xiaomi Mi 8 under MIUI 11
The update comes under the version number MIUI V18.104.22.168.QEACNXM and has a 2.1GB size. Xiaomi advises that users make a backup of your data before installing the update, because it not only comes with a new version of MIUI, but also update the Android base version and so they can avoid any inconvenience. Users are also warned that certain applications may be incompatible with Android 10 and may not work properly. However, it is recommended that you update the applications later, since the most recent versions of the application may have solved the issue of its incompatibility with Android 10.
News that MIUI 11 brings to the device
MIUI 11 It has a redesigned user interface, Always On Display mode with new customization and configuration options, “breathing lights” as notification indicators using the AMOLED screen, new nature-inspired notification sounds and the Mi Work and Mi suite of applications Life to offer a boost in productivity and balance work and personal life. My Share is also present to share files at high speeds between compatible devices.
The MIUI 11 customization layer also has a built-in document viewer called My Doc Viewer, which has been developed in collaboration with the office software developer WPS, so that we don't have to download a document display application on our device. It also facilitates wireless printing function With support for more than 2000 models of printers from HP, Lexmark, HP, Sharp, Epson, Toshiba, Kyocera, Lenovo, Mijia and NEC, etc. Xiaomi has also included a period tracker, an SOS emergency function and a step counter.
First in China
There is still no news regarding when the stable update for the global version. However, once it reaches the device in China, it shouldn't take long so that we see the same in the global version of it. The phone was launched with Android 8.1 Oreo as a base operating system and was updated to Android 9 Pie. Still continue to receive future updates from MIUI, but this it could be your last major operating system update Android, unless Xiaomi give us a surprise in the future with Android 11.
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