Xiaomi has recently unveiled its newest interface, MIUI 11, which is slowly coming to various handsets around the world. Redmi Note 7 has already started receiving MIUI 11 in Europe, while Redmi Note 7 Pro has had access to this in India. Now, four other devices are ready to get the update – Xiaomi Mi 9, Mi Max 3, Mi 8 Lite and Redmi K20 Pro.
Mi 9, for example, has gained new closed beta in both global and Chinese ROMs, both based on Android 10. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a date for the stable release yet. The Redmi K20 Pro received Android 10 a few months ago, and now also gets the new stable global ROM MIUI 11 interface, available only for the Indian model, to date.
Mi 8 Lite received MIUI 11 version 18.104.22.168 in Russia in a stable update dedicated to that country. We also don’t know when its global version will get the update. The same is for China’s big phablet, Mi Max 3, which is now having access to a version identical to the brother of the Mi 8 family, numbered 22.214.171.124 aimed at the Russian public, also with no anticipated arrival of the stable version.
If you haven’t got the update yet, you can try your luck searching for the update via the operating system settings menu.