Xioami, a Chinese electronics company, first announced its sub-brand Redmi in 2013, promoting it as a budget-friendly line of smartphones. The devices are Android-powered, but they also use the Xiamo MIUI user interface. The new Redmi Note 7 MIUI 10.3.5.0 update comes with some exciting novelties and performance and stability improvements.
At the beginning of this year, Redmi announced their first smartphone, the Redmi Note 7, available in China. With its specifications including an impressive 48 MP camera, the device debuted in other markets, such as India, and soon became a best-seller.
MIUI 10.3.5.0. Update For Redmi Note 7
Now, Redmi is releasing a new MIUI 10.3.5.0 update for their Note 7 model, improving the camera performance even further, while also delivering exciting new features such as the March 2019 Android security patch.
Details About The Redmi Note 7 MIUI Update
Redmi is bringing the MIUI update to users via the OTA route. The update will reportedly take up 1.66 GB of space, which is quite a lot, considering it does not alter the Android version. The update will come to Redmi Note 7 users gradually, so some may receive it sooner than others. If you haven’t received the update for your device yet, don’t worry! You will get it soon.
The MIUI update new features include:
- Ability to restrict opening notifications
- Floating windows for incoming calls
- New AI camera modes
- Fixed camera force closing issue
- Fixed issues reported by users
Installing The Update
For those that can’t wait for the update to come to their Redmi Note 7 devices, the MIUI update can be sideloaded here. In this case, you will have to perform a backup of your data before attempting to install it. Otherwise, you risk losing it.
If you are going to wait to receive an update notification on your smartphone, you can install it right away, without needing to perform any backup.
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