Xiaomi has already confirmed which of its models are going to be updated to MIUI 13. They will do so from the first quarter of this year.
Shortly after making MIUI 13 official, Xiaomi has announced through its official blog the list of models that they will receive the stable update to the new version of the operating system globally.
Depending on the brand, the deployment of MIUI 13 will start from the first quarter of this year 2022, and the first models to be updated will be the latest high-end and mid-range smartphones. As expected, the new Xiaomi 12 are the first models to land on the market with this new version inside, followed by the Xiaomi Redmi Note 11. These last are the first to land on the global market with the latest software version inside.
The first Xiaomi and Redmi phones that will receive MIUI 13
For now, the brand has only confirmed the Xiaomi and Redmi models that will receive the updatebut has not detailed which POCO models are compatible with MIUI 13.
During the presentation of the Redmi Note 11 series for Spain, the company took the opportunity to announce the complete list of models that they will receive the update to MIUI 13 officially with the global version of the software. It is to be expected that, as the weeks go by, new models will be added. Today, the list consists of these models:
- My 11
- Mi 11 Ultra
- my 11i
- My 11X
- XiaomiPad 5
- redmi 10
- Redmi 10 Prime
- Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE
- Xiaomi 11 Lite NE
- Redmi Note 8 (2021)
- Xiaomi 11T Pro
- Xiaomi 11T
- Redmi Note 10 Pro
- Redmi Note 10 Pro Max
- Redmi Note 10
- My 11 Lite 5G
- Mi 11Lite
- Redmi Note 10 JE
The aforementioned mobiles should receive the update to MIUI 13 at some point of first quarter of 2022. Xiaomi has indicated that some functions of the new version will be exclusive to the Chinese version of MIUI 13, and that, therefore, will not reach the global models. For now, what features they refer to have not been confirmed.
Related topics: MIUI, Mobile phones, Chinese mobile phones, Xiaomi
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