Mi Note 10 Series, Mi 10T Lite, Redmi Note 8 Getting Android 11 Based MIUI 12: Report

Mi Note ten, Mi Note ten Professional, Mi 10T Lite, and Redmi Note eight have

Mi Note ten, Mi Note ten Professional, Mi 10T Lite, and Redmi Note eight have reportedly begun acquiring Android eleven based MIUI twelve in some regions. The Mi Note ten and Mi Note ten Professional were being launched by Xiaomi back again in November of 2019 with Android 9 Pie while the Mi 10T Lite launched in September 2020, with Android ten. The Redmi Note eight was launched even before, in August 2018 with Android 9 Pie. It seems to be like the organization is updating its newer and older smartphone models. As of now, there is no details on if and when the Android eleven update for these telephones will make it to India.

According to a report by XDA Developers, the Mi Note ten, Mi 10T Lite, and Redmi Note eight have begun acquiring MIUI twelve based on Android eleven. A individual report by Adimorah Site shared that the Mi Note ten Professional is also getting the Android eleven based MIUI twelve update. The update is readily available for the world-wide variant of the Mi 10T Lite that launched in September 2020 with Android ten. On the other hand, the Mi Note ten and Mi Note ten Professional are getting the update in Europe and were being launched in November 2019 with Android 9 Pie. This suggests the Mi Note ten collection telephones have obtained their second Android update and it may just be the previous a single.

The Redmi Note eight is acquiring the update in China and was also launched with Android 9 Pie. Even though the Mi Note ten collection and Mi 10T Lite are not readily available in India, the Redmi Note eight is and the Android eleven based MIUI twelve update can be expected to strike the Indian market in the close to long term. The Redmi Note eight and Redmi Note eight Professional received Android ten based MIUI twelve in November 2020 and August 2020 respectively.


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