For flagships Xiaomi, Redmi and POCO released stable firmware on Android 11
Xiaomi was among the first to release a beta version of Android 11 for its smartphones, but the company delayed the release of stable firmware. Now the manufacturer has announced the global availability of MIUI 12 based on Android 11 for several flagship and not only devices.
From xiaomi smartphones, the flagship Mi10 and Mi10 Pro received stable international firmware MIUI 12 based on Android 11. It is worth noting that for the regular Mi10, this build was released in China in November, but for the Pro version, only the test firmware was available.
The flagship Redmi K30 Pro and, unexpectedly, the Indian version of Redmi Note 9 Pro, known locally as the Redmi Note 9S, received an update from Redmi. The update is also out for POCO F2 Pro - the global version of Redmi K30 Pro.
You can check the availability of an update in the system settings. As usual, the distribution can take place in stages, so it will most likely take some time until the update becomes available on your device.