New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on May 01, 2020) follows:
With Android 11 public beta update looming, many Xiaomi smartphone owners are probably less concerned all thanks to the MIUI 12 update that launched on April 27 in China.
In fact, some Xiaomi fans are more inclined towards receiving MIUI updates than Android OS updates due to the sheer number of new features, UI changes, bug fixes and improvements the updates tag along.
MIUI 12, for instance, brings new icons, fonts, and animations; a “Control Center” in place of the classic quick settings menu, native app drawer, floating windows, new Live wallpapers, and support for Google’s Android 10 full-screen navigation gestures, among many other features.
Speaking of Android 10, quite a good number of Xiaomi devices have already picked up the OS. Some will keep it when MIUI 12 update arrives while others will get the official Xiaomi Android 11 update.
Other devices eligible for the Xiaomi Android 10 update are yet to receive the OS, but works are still underway to provide the update. Question is when? Well, only Xiaomi has the answer to that.
From this side of the table, though, we can tell you the devices that have received the official Xiaomi Android 10 update so far for devices sold outside China. Since more devices are yet to get the update, this article will be updated continuously to reflect the latest info available.
|Device/Android 10 update||BETA||STABLE|
|Mi 8 Pro||—||Released|
|Mi 8 Lite||—||Released|
|Mi 8 SE||—||Released|
|Mi 9 SE||—||Released|
|Mi 9T Pro||—||Released|
|Mi 9 Lite||—||Released|
|Mi Max 3||—||Released|
|Redmi K20 Pro||—||Released|
|Mi MIX 3||—||Released|
|Mi MIX 2S||—||Released|
|Redmi Note 8 Pro||—||Released|
|Mi A2 Lite||—||Released|
|Black Shark 2||—||Released|
|Mi Note 10||—||Released|
|Redmi Note 7/7S||—||Released, India, Global|
|Redmi 8A||—||Released – NEW|
|Redmi Note 8||Released||Coming soon|
|Redmi Note 7 Pro||—||Released in India – Mi Pilot (NEW)|
NOTE: “MI” means global version Ex: (V18.104.22.168.PFBMIXM). For the Indian, European, Russian, and Indonesian variants, the MI in the global firmware is replaced by IN, EU, RU, or ID, respectively.
Update 1 (May 07)
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is now receiving Android 10 on the global ROM. Details here.
Update 2 (June 05)
The Redmi 7A is now receiving the stable Android 10 update in China, with more markets set to follow soon. More details here.
Update 3 (June 22)
The Redmi 7 is getting Android 10 in China. See the full story here.
Update 4 (June 23)
Redmi Note 7 is getting an Android 10 update in China, with the rest of the globe set to follow soon. See the full story here.
Update 5 (June 29)
Android 10 stable update is now hitting Redmi 8 units in China ahead of the global rollout. See the full story here.
Update 6 (June 30)
The Redmi 7A is now receiving the stable Android 10 update in India, but still no MIUI 12. Find more details here.
Update 7 (July 6)
The Redmi 8A Dual is guaranteed an update to Android 10, but there is still no ETA. For more details, route here.
Update 8 (July 10)
The Indian variant of the Redmi Note 7/7S is now picking up the stable Android 10 update. Head here for more details.
Update 9 (July 15)
A new stable Android 10-based update is rolling out to the Redmi Y3. See the full story here.
Update 10 (July 17)
Not that it was coming, but if at some point you thought the Mi 6 Android 10 would materialize, well, Xiaomi says you should forget about it. See the full story here.
Update 11 (July 20)
The stable Android 10 update is now rolling out to the global Redmi Note 7 variants. See the full story here.
Update 12 (July 28)
The stable Android 10 update is now rolling out to the Redmi 8A in China. See the full story here.
According to a Mi Community moderator, the Android 10 update for the Redmi Note 7 may release anytime now in Europe. Thus, users should expect to see the new software to arrive within the next few days or weeks. See the full story here.
As for the Redmi Note 7 Pro in India, Android 10 is here along with MIUI 12, but for a limited number of users.
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