Updated the list of Xiaomi devices that will get Android 11
Soon after the release of the final version of Android 11, lists of devices that are preparing to update to the current version of the mobile OS began to appear on the web. Xiaomi is no exception — insiders have already posted a roadmap of the Chinese manufacturer in the public domain indicating smartphones whose owners can count on a software upgrade.
A fresh list of the brand's gadgets preparing for the transition to an updated firmware version was published by the Telegram channel Xiaomi & MIUI News. It is noteworthy that the “confirmed models” column has disappeared from the list. Instead, the pivot table shows the devices on which Android 11 is already being tested, as well as models whose owners cannot count on an update.
According to the publication, the following smartphones have already entered the closed beta stage:
- Xiaomi Mi10T, Mi 10T Pro, Mi 10T Lite, Mi Note 10 Lite, Mi9, Mi9 Pro 5G, Mi9 SE, CC9 / Mi9 Lite, CC9 Meitu Edition, Mi A3
- Black Shark 3, 3S, 3 Pro, 2, 2 Pro
- Redmi K30, K20 Pro / Premium / Mi 9T Pro, 10X Pro, 10X 5G, Note 9s / Note 9 Pro India, Note 9 Pro Max, Note 9 Pro Global, 9 Global / 9 Prime, 9 India, 9C, 9A
- POCO X3 NFC, M2, M2 Pro
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra and Mi Note 10, as well as the Redmi K30i 5G, Redmi K30 and POCO X2 are currently in open beta testing. The list of models that will not receive the latest OS includes Xiaomi Mi CC 9e, as well as all modifications of Redmi Note 8, Redmi Note 7 and Redmi 8.