Xiaomi has been a bit slow in updating its smartphones to a new iteration of the Android operating system. This gives priority to the Chinese market carrier, which in recent years has become at the forefront of those who are quickly accepting new versions of green robots. But this does not mean that users are not interested in knowing whether their smartphones will be updated before the next iteration of Android or not. Users are waiting for MIUI 13 based on Android 12.
Two weeks ago, a list of Xiaomi, Redmi, POCO and Black Shark models appeared on a network that could be trusted to receive the Android 12 update. received from the developer of MIUI.
It’s been two weeks and now there are a few correction. The POCO C3, POCO M2 and POCO M2 Reloaded were released from competitors for Android 12. There is no doubt that the Redmi Note 9 4G, Redmi 9 T and Redmi 9 Power will get Android 12. There is a recharge in the list of devices where the twelfth version of the robot green has been tested. Its flagship devices now include the Xiaomi Mi 11 series, Xiaomi Mi 10, Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, Xiaomi Mi 10T, Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro and Redmi K30 S Ultra. This means that they will be the first to update the stable version of Android 12.
Which Xiaomi will receive Android 12 and MIUI 13: smartphone list
Regarding the timing and priority of the release of the update, there is no information. We are also reminded that this list is unofficial and we expect the last shortlist of smartphones to receive Android 12 in August coinciding with the announcement of MIUI 13 or in September, when the final installation of Android 12 should be unveiled.
If we talk about MIUI 13, then the following is a list of budget smartphones that should receive it:
- Xiaomi Mi 11 Series;
- Xiaomi Mi 10 Series;
- Xiaomi-Mi Mixed Fold;
- Redmi Note 10 Series;
- Redmi Note 9 line;
- Redmi-K40 series;
- Redmi K30 Series;
- Redmi K20 Series;
- Redmi-9 line;
- Redmi 10X Series;
- POCO M2 / M2 Pro;
- Poco X3 / POCO X3 NFC / Poco X3 Pro;
- POCO-X2 / X2 Pro;
- Black Shark 4/4 Pro;
- Black Shark 3/3 Pro / 3S;
- Black-Shark 2/2 Pro.
As a reminder, Xiaomi uses a unique firmware update strategy; the device may get the latest MIUI version of the user interface but is still based on the old Android version.