Xiaomi at its Mi 11 global launch event revealed MIUI 12.5 global rollout details. It stated that the new Android skin will be rolled out in a staged manner to select devices, globally. Here we will be taking a look at what the new update will offer to Xiaomi smartphone users along with a list of smartphones and when they will be getting the update. Also Read - Redmi Note 10 series launch today: Expected specs, price in India, and how to watch livestream
What will the MIUI 12.5 update offer?
MIUI 12.5 will bring a number of visual and functional tweaks to Xiaomi branded smartphones. These will include more responsive gestures, clipboard controls and better permissions management. The company is also claiming that its new Android skin will be comparatively lighter than MIUI 12 and will also be much more power-efficient. Also Read - Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite key specs leaked on Google Play Console: Here's a look at them
Which smartphones will get the MIUI 12.5 update?
Xiaomi has revealed that it will initially be rolling out its MIUI 12.5 global ROM to 16 of its smartphones. These will include: Also Read - Xiaomi's foldable phone could be called Mi Mix 4 Pro Max: This could be the design
- Mi 10T
- Mi 10T Pro
- Mi 10
- Mi 10 Pro
- Mi 11
- Mi 10 Lite 5G
- Mi 10T Lite
- Mi Note 10 Pro
- Mi Note 10
- Mi Note 10 Lite
- Redmi Note 9T
- Redmi Note 9 Pro
- Redmi Note 9S
- Redmi Note 9
- Redmi Note 8 Pro
- Redmi 9
When will your smartphone get the update?
The company has announced that all of the initially announced smartphones will get the update in two rollout waves. The first wave will kick off in Q2 2021, which will include the Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro, Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and the new Mi 11.
The second wave will start in late Q2 2021, which will include 11 devices. These devices will include Mi 10 Lite 5G, Mi 10T Lite, Mi Note 10 Pro, Mi Note 10, Mi Note 10 Lite, Redmi Note 9T, Redmi Note 9 Pro, Redmi Note 9S, Redmi Note 9, Redmi Note 8 Pro and Redmi 9.
We expect Xiaomi to add other older devices to the list once the rollout begins. Xiaomi has done the same with earlier MIUI rollouts also.