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MIUI 12 Update Tracker: Xiaomi and Redmi Status

Update as of April 7: According to a post of Chinese Mi Community, it has officially declared that the first batch of devices to get Android 11-based MIUI 12.5 between Jreanuary 30 and April 30 is the flagship smartphones including Mi 11, Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Mi 10 Extreme, and Edition Mi 9 SE of which, handful of the smartphones have got received the update while remaining ones will get the update by the end of this month before 30th on a wider scale at least in China.

The second batch consists of a bucketload of smartphones from both mid-range and budget categories. This includes Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, 11 Pro; Redmi K40, K40 Pro; Mi 10S; Redmi K30 5G, K30 Extreme Commemorative Edition, K30 Pro, K30i 5G, K30S Extreme CE; Mi 10 Youth Edition 5G; Redmi 10X, Redmi 10X Pro, Redmi Note 9 Pro, CC9 Pro, Note 9, CC9, CC9 Meitu Edition; Redmi Note 8 Pro, Xiaomi Note 9, REdmi K20 Pro, and Xiaomi 9 Pro 5G. Note that the second batch of devices to get MIUI 12.5 stable update will commence receiving the same at the end of May 2021. [Source]

Update as of April 2: Xiaomi has came a long way with its MIUI updates. The MIUI 12 marks the onset of one of the loved UI although it had its share of drawbacks and issues such as bloatware and ads. WIth MIUI 12.5 which comes as an upgrade to MIUI 12 and a bridge to MIUI 13, it is without much hassle one of the best UI as said by Xiaomi Global VP Manu Kumain Jain. When asked if MIUI 12.5 will have ads, Jain mentioned that it won’t come with any ads in India. 

Apart from that, he mentioned that it will be the cleanest UI  in India which is a bold move as MIUI 12 has largely been associated with system ads and bloatware. It remains to be seen as to when MIUI 12.5 arrives in India since it has already rolled out on a couple of devices in China. [Source]

Update as of April 2: There’s some misunderstanding when it comes to Mi Stable ROM Tester program as people are misunderstanding it as MIUI 12.5 Beta Tester program. Turns out all the beta programs that Xiaomi is running outside China are based on MIUI 12 and not MIUI 12.5 since the latter is available in China only at this moment. Also, when Xiaomi rolls out a Beta or Stable ROM Tester program for any smartphone, it is specific to that particular model. If the program is available for Mi 9T, it will be available on Mi 9T only since its Pro variant is a different model. This was recently confirmed by a moderator on Mi Community. You can read the post here.  

Update as of April 1: Well, turns out Xiaomi has finally released the list of selected participants for the second batch of its MIUI Stable Testers program in China. Here’s the link to the list. 

Update as of March 30: According to the latest update, the MIUI 12.5 beta with version number 21.3.25 and 21.3.29 have been released with a ton of bug fixes and more. It includes overall system stability as well as issues causing the system to restart in certain scenarios. The incoming update also comes adapted for models Redmi K30, Redmi K20, and Mi CC9 Pro. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of March 29: Xiaomi has finally released MIUI 12.5 stable version in China and the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra has become the first recipient of the same. This goes in line with Xiaomi’s promise to release MIUI 12.5 stable version in April and in fact, it released the version a few days early this time around. Note that the stable version is avamilable in China only and thus, global users will have to wait for the rollout. It is expected to arrive globally in Q2 2021 i.e. between April and June 2021 although the exact dates aren’t available. Also, more Mi 10 series devices in CHina will join the  MIUI 12.5 stable version update soon. 

Update as of March 27: Xiaomi follows a very robust system of bug fixes, new features addition and more via its nightly, fortnightly and other software updates. It uses the Chinese ROM open beta testing program to test out new features in China available to a limited number of users before rolling out on global ROMs as a finished product. However, this could introduce a lot of delay in the rollout process. After shutting out its global ROM open beta testing program, it has kick-started it again to mitigate the delay in features arrival. 

Xiaomi recently kick-started Mi Tester Recruitment for the MIUI India Stable ROM where users can apply to get their hands on the bleeding edge features even before the stable versions get their hands on it. With that, Xiaomi has recruited 26 devices that can apply for the Indian best testing version and they can sign up using this link.

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 The list includes Mi 10, Mi 10i, Mi 10T/10T Pro, Redmi K20/K20 Pro, Redmi Note 8 Pro, Redmi Note 9 Pro/Max, Redmi Note 9, Redmi 9/9 Prime/9A/Power, Redmi 8/8A/8A Dual, Redmi Note 8, Redm Note 10 Pro/Pro Max, Poco C3, Poco M3, Poco M2/M2 Pro, X2, Poco X3, and Poco F2 Pro. Note that Xiaomi has also stated that if your model isn’t included in this list, a next cycle of recruitment process will include more models in the list. 

Update as of March 12: Well, Poco is currently running as a standalone company from Xiaomi with MIUI and receives timely updates for the same as well. Talking about the next update in line i.e. MIUI 12.5, here’s a list of eligible smartphones that will get MIUI 12.5 although take it with a pinch of salt. Devices running on MIUI 12 or those that arrived with MIUI 12 out-of-the-box are most likely eligible for MIUI 12.5 and the list includes these models.

  • Poco X3
  • Poco X3 NFC
  • Poco C3
  • Poco F2 Pro
  • Poco X2
  • Poco M2
  • Poco M3
  • Poco M2 Pro

Note that upcoming devices that haven’t been released at the time of writing this aren’t mentioned here. 

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Update as of March 10: Poco phones are not in sight to get their hands on Poco UI just like how Xiaomi has MIUI. Instead, Poco phones still use MIUI even though the former parted ways with Xiaomi to go solo. Anyways, Poco has kick-started “POCO Stable Tester for MIUI Global Stable ROM” which allows selected users of selected smartphones from Indian, European, and global MIUI ROMs to get their hands on the MIUI builds before the company rolls it out to other users as a public update. Users are required to register and note that only Poco F2 Pro, Poco X2, and Poco M2 users are eligible to sign up and that too with global, European, and Indian variants.

As mentioned, the recruitment will stay alive till March 31 after which POCO will start rolling the MIUI update as a part of its global stable ROM tester program. Note that we aren’t certain if it will be an Android 11 since X2 and F2 Pro already run on it while MIUI 12 is actively running on all three of them. This means it could be MIUI 12.5 although let’s cross fingers before jumping to any conclusions. You can submit your registrations here. [Source]

Update as of March 03: Lastly, Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi was searching for applicants for its MIUI pilot testing program which closed on March 1 and this is the time to roll out the list of who made it. It is not about MIUI 12 since it is already available so we are talking about the official MIUI 12.5 update rollout for the global markets. 

According to the latest update, the first batch of smartphones that will get their hands on MIUI 12.5 is in early Q2 2021 i.e. between April to June. As of now, MIUI 12.5 beta testing program was rolled out in China alone since Xiaomi doesn’t roll out the update across the globe but rather starts with China and then, propagates to the global users. The most weight is on Android 11-powered MIUI 12.5 update but the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has kept mum. 

Xiaomi has released the list of applicants who have successfully made it to the MIUI Pilot Testing Program (for Android 11 and MIUI 12.5) is here. This includes smartphones from Mi, Redmi, and POCO series among all regions and ROM types. [Source]

Update as of February 24: Xiaom halted the development of beta updates for more than two weeks following Chinese New Year holidays. It has been just a few days and the Chinese smartphone maker has already released two beta updates and here, we are tracking the third beta update i.e. MIUI 12.5 21.2.23. This latest update arrives on Chinese devices soon and brings a lot of changes and improvements to the Gallery app. This includes optimizing the performance of albums in the Gallery app as well as the display effect that users get when taking a screenshot. Xiaomi has also enhanced parameters of editing images such as vignetting and natural saturation giving them a negative adjustment option as well. 

Update as of February 23: Just as we were seeing MIUI V21.2.19 release after a 15-days of break because of the Chinese New Year holidays, Xiaomi has silently released yet another update with MIUI 12.5 beta V21.2.22. Xiaomi releases beta updates quicker than other OEMs and with the new update coming in, there are a few improvements as well.

This includes a picture viewing mode by long-pressing the webpage picture to enter. Another update includes the “Reject and Don’t Ask Again” option that users will get in the QUick App Permission pop-up box. Xiaomi has also optimized web clipboard permissions and now it supports query options. There’s a bug fix that caused text display on pop-up windows to not align in the center. 

Xiaomi has removed the “Hide and move status bar” option which is somehow not mentioned in the initial changelog. Further, the MIUI 12.5 21.2.22 has made some tweaks to the WLAN Assistant UI that you can check out here. [Source]

Update as of February 23: Xiaomi halted the rollout of MIUI 12.5 closed beta development due to the Chinese New Year holidays. Xiaomi has finally resumed the update process after a gap of almost two weeks on February 22 for the beta builds while the MIUI 12 stable releases were as planned with the latest arriving on February 18. Xiaomi has released MIUI 12.5 beta release  with firmware version number 21.2.19 which is based on the date when the MIUI 12.5 beta update arrived. The new update arrives with an improved security update starting with Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 4G and Redmi Note 7. With the latest beta update zeroing in, it brings a lot of new improvements such as a smooth animation on gesture pill. [Source]

Update as of February 13: Xiaomi Redmi 9T wasn’t included in Xiaomi’s MIUI 12.5 rollout plan. However, as a moderator on Mi Community has mentioned, Redmi 9T was launched just last month and Xiaomi is still to add more devices that will get MIUI 12.5 soon. Thus, even if Redmi 9T is not included, it will support MIUI 12.5. Note that we aren’t aware of the timeline as of now so you will have to check back later to know Redmi 9T’s MIUI 12.5 update status. [Source]

Update as of February 8: Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has finally announced the MIUI 12.5 global edition a month after it arrived in China. MIUI 12.5 in China has been available for months now although there’s no stable update yet which according to the reports, should begin in April in China. As per the global MIUI 12.5 rollout, it is scheduled to commence Q2 2021 after the Chinese devices have received the update which goes without saying.

The Xiaomi Mi 11 is of course going to the first device to get MIUI 12.5 globally and that goes without saying. Post that, Xiaomi has added a few devices including Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro, Mi 10, and Mi 10 Pro that will get the update as a part of the first wave. According to the second wave of MIUI 12.5 rollout which is scheduled to commence in late Q2 2021, here’s the list of devices that will get the upgrade.

  • Xiaomi 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

Update as of April 13: Based on the latest update, the Redmi Note 9S is now picking up Android 11-powered MIUI 12 global Mi Pilot build bearing version number 12.0.1.7.RJWMIXM via OTA. Simply click here to download the OTA package for manual upgrade. 

  • Redmi Note 9
  • Redmi Note 8 Pro
  • Redmi 9

Update as of February 3: MIUI 12.5 is finally inching closer to its global rollout as the company just announced that it is now holding a new MIUI pilot testing program on a global ROM. For those who don’t know, Xiaomi runs pilot builds which can be called as beta stable builds before the stable version releases. With that being said, Xiaomi wants its users to contribute towards developing the MIUI 12.5 on its global ROM and this pilot program will help them do it. Note that this program is available for a finite list of eligible devices only that are listed below. 

  • Mi 10T/10T Pro/ 10i/ 10T Lite
  • Mi 9T/ 9 SE
  • Redmi K20
  • Mi Note 10
  • Redmi Note 9T/ Note 9 Pro/Note 9 Pro Max/ Note 9
  • Redmi 9/ Redmi 9 Prime/ Redmi 9C/ 9C NFC/ 9A/ Redmi 9T
  • Poco M2 / M2 Pro/ M3
  • Poco X3
  • Poco C3
  • Redmi Note 8 / Note 8T

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Update as of February 1: So, if you are a Poco F1 user waiting for the MIUI 12.5 update, this news is for you. Apparently, when a user inquired when exactly he will get the MIUI 12.5 update on his Poco F1, Alvin Tse who is the GM at Xiaomi Indonesia responded that the Poco F1 will get future updates but he isn’t sure about MIUI 12.5. As this is coming from a General Manager at Xiaomi, his words are to be taken seriously and thus, if you are a Poco F1 user, there are little hopes that it will ever get MIUI 12.5 but don’t just give up. We will update you more about it soon. [Source]

Update as of January 23: Well, Xiaomi created a lot of buzz around its MIUI 12.5 and the latest feature on Gaussian blurring image processing technique. Well, the feature blurs UI elements though the interface that looks pretty appealing. The MIUI 12.5 beta 21.1.19 now brings the Gaussian Blue back onto the MIUI 12.5 bild as users can spot the same on volume control and notifications’ background. Note that the new feature is available on smartphones running on Snapdragon 855 at the moment given the fact that Gaussian Blur is too resource intensive. Expect it to other devices in the future builds. [Source]

Update as of January 20: Xiaomi released the MIUI 12.5 beta v21.1.15 with a tonne of new updates. It brings a new feature called “magic cline freeze-frame” on its new camera mode and yes, there’s a nice brightness slider on the control center available at your disposal as well. Cut to now, the MIUI 12.5 bet v21.1.18 that now comes with support for 90fps in the Screen Recorder app, an Always-On Display themes, a tonne of status bar tweaks, and more. Now you can choose between 4 new themes for the AOD on-board MIUI 12.5. The 90fps support allows you to capture more frames on a screen recording app than before. Note that this feature is hardware-dependent and thus, available for Xiaomi devices running on Snapdragon 865 only. Note that this version is available in China at the moment and thus, may not work on other ROMs. [Source]

Update as of January 19: MIUI 12 is an uber successful custom skin from Xiaomi released last year and it is still receiving feature upgrades and updates here and there. The MIUI 12.5 adds to the list as a feature-grabbing custom skin and a stepping stone towards upcoming MIUI 13. Talking about the new features added with MIUI 12.5, the v21.1.15 Closed China beta update has now received a new feature called “Magic clone freeze frame mode” on the MIUI Camera app. The feature grabs frames of users or objects in a video similar to a filter available on the internet. Once you are done with creating the video, it will place your still or object’s still in the video that are later merged into a moving video as it progresses. [Watch it here]

Another update includes tweaks to the control center on Xiaomi. The MIUI Beta v21.1.15 now the brightness slider doesn’t phase out of the quick control panel when it is expanded unlike the previous MIUI 21.1.13. [Source]

Update as of January 18: The MIUI 12.5 made its debut just a few days ago and there’s already an update. Apparently, as per the changelog of MIUI 12.5 21.1.13 China Beta ROM version, the new MIUI build is now getting a new haptic feedback that brings a new dimensions to familiar actions. Another update listed in the changelog says that Xiaomi has added more information with all the features in the accessibility section and haptic feedback has been added to it.

Update as of January 15: According to the latest information, Xiaomi has released a list of devices to get MIUI 12.5 that will be eligible for closed beta update. The list includes Xiaomi Mi 11, Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Mi 10 Ultra, Mi 10 Youth, Mi 9 SE, Mi 9, Mi 9 Explorer, Mi 9 Pro 5G, Mi CC9, Mi CC9 Pro, CC9e, Redmi K30 Pro, Redmi K30 5G, Redmi K30S, Redmi K30 Racing, Redmi K30i 5G, Redmi K30, Redmi K20 Pro, Redmi 10X 5G, Redmi 10X Pro, Redmi Note 9, Redmi Note 9 Pro, Redmi Note 8, Redmi 7 Pro, and Redmi Note 7. Note that this list is for a closed beta update which comes with the Android operating system but without any Google Services. It will be different for global units. [Source]m

Update as of January 04: Bmased on the latest update, both Redmi Note 8 and Note 8T are slated to get MIUI 12.5. According to the source, Redmi Note 8 will get the MIUI 12.5 in mid-to-late January 2021. Next up, the Redmi Note 8T will get the due MIUI 12.5 update by mid-to-late February 2021 even though they aren’t listed in any MIUI 12.5 eligible devices list. If that’s not enough, both the devices will get Android 11 while getting MIUI 12.5 as well. But at this moment, it is not confirmed so take it with a pinch of salt. [Source]

Update as of January 2: The Xiaomi.eu has now released the MIUI 12.5 update in Europe and several users have already spotted the update with version MIUI 12 20.12.28 weighing at around 2.90GB. The update brings along MIUI 12.5 update and drops ANdroid 11 on Mi 9, Mi 9 SE, Mi 9T Pro, Mi 10T, and Mi 10 T Pro. It brings a string of new updates including new tools for doodling and sketching, a new dynamic layout, a redesigned Screen Combo to MIUI+, new design for app folders, photo editing layout and fixes to removed useless Chinese settings among others. [Source]

Update as of December 30: MIUI 12.5 is incoming and it will bring a bootload of features and more on-board. According to Xiaomi, MIUI 12.5 is optimized to consume 20 percent less memory and 17 percent less power consumption. The various set of features includes a Super Wallpaper which consumes 40 percent less power.

MIUI Light Cone architecture offers a crucial role in reducing both power consumption and overall memory usage. It also provides a Turbo gesture feature that promises a smooth response without lagging. Next up, we have an updated MIUI Sound Design that offers more than 100 notification sounds and system sounds of creatures from across the world. The haptics have been improved for better use experience. A floating window feature has been added on-top of MIUI 12.5 that allows multi-tasking on the go.

Proceeding further, we have privacy features like approximate location, clipboard privacy protection among others. There’s a Full Android Sandbox mechanism working under the hood. MIUI 12.5 also takes separate permissions settings for each app installed and more. Xiaomi has also added a tonne of animations like hourglass countdown although it is supported on a limited number of devices at the moment such as Mi 11, Mi 10/10 Pro, and Redmi K30 Pro.

Next up, the enhanced audio stereo system on MIUI 12.5 works on a limited number of features too or at least are made to rollout on certain devices similar to its other features like natural touch design and MI Health’s heart rate monitoring feature citing hardware limitations. Xiaomi states that the Mi Health Spring String 2.0 is supported on a handful of devices which includes Mi 10/10 Pro/10 Ultra/10 Lite/Youth Edition, Mi 11, and Mi 9/9Pro 5G. 

As mentioned previously, the stable MIUI 12.5 is scheduled to rollout in April 2021 on a selected number of devices before propagating to other eligible devices. Meanwhile, MIUI 13 will likely join the wagon around the same time as per reports so lets see what rolls out and when. 

Update as of December 29: MIUI 12.5 offers a plethora of new features before the MIUI 13 could arrive in April or May 2021 or so. The MIUI 12.5 is scheduled to arrive on Chinese units with the closed beta testing now and the stable update releasing as early as April 2021. With that being said, Xiaomi has brought a new feature called MIUI+ on-board MIUI 12.5 which forms a bridge between Xiaomi smartphones and Windows PC.

According to the information, the MIUI+ allows users to seamlessly connect their devices to Windows and perform activities at real-time. This includes but not limited to the ability to view phone notifications on a computer, browse mobile files on computer in an efficient manner, open mobile web pages using a computer and also, open notes on a computer for a larger size and so on. 

The MIUI+ is a revolutionary tech but it isn’t the only one and it is also in beta so expect a few backlogs and shortcomings. The beta version may not be available for public and thus, users will have to wait till the stable version isn’t rolled out on. Also, the MIUI+ feature isn’t available for all the devices but rather a handful of devices which includes Xiaomi Mi 11, Mi 9 Series, Mi 10 series, Redmi K30 Pro and Redmi K20 Pro with the underlying MIUI 12.5 as their firmware.

Some laptops such as RedmiBook 14 II, Air 13, 16; Redmi G gaming notebook, Mi Notebook Pro 15.6 2020 and Pro Enhanced Edition will also get their hands on MIUI 12+ as well. [Source]

Update as of December 23: In a previous update, we reported that the MIUI 12.5 stable will not be ready till the end of February 2021. However, with the recent update pouring in, the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 11 and Mi 11 Pro scheduled to launch on December 28 are expected to get MIUI 12.5 on-board. It is highly likely that the update will be in beta version given the fact that the stable version is expected to arrive a few months later. It is quite plausible although we will have to wait and see if things materialize and the MIUI 12.5 arrives with Mi 11 series or not. [Source]

Update as of December 21: If you have been waiting for MIUI 12.5 which is an intermediate update between MIUI 12 and MIUI 13, here’s some exciting news for you. We knew that the MIUI 12.5 will arrive early next year. According to an update posted on Xiaomi Turkish channel on Telegram, the MIUI 12.5 is slated to arrive as a stable version by the end of February 2021. It further adds that the first closed beta for MIUI 12.5 would have arrived between January 2 to 3 if it wasn’t a holiday. 

With that being said, MIUI 12 rollout took a few months and the MIUI 12.5 rollout won’t be any difference whatsoever. It will still take a few months to arrive on all eligible devices and by that time, the MIUI 13 will surely make it official as well although we aren’t aware of the ETA for the latter yet. [Source]

Update as of December 14: Before MIUI 13 hits Xiaomi devices, it is MIUI 12.5 that users will get on their devices. Apparently, MIUI 12.5 is a preparatory update towards the upcoming MIUI 13. This was nudged by Alvin Tse, the General Manager at Xiaomi Indonesia who said that the MIUI 12.5 will offer more stability and optimization before MIUI 13 hits the market. Xiaomi hasn’t yet confirmed the list of MIUI 12.5 supported devices officially although yesterday, we updated a tentative list of devices eligible for MIUI 12.5. No doubt smartphones that receive MIUI 12.5 will also get MIUI 13 although it remains to be seen as the Chinese OEM hasn’t officially stated it at the time of writing this. [Source]

#2: Xiaomi just added a new beta update based on MIUI 12 before the upgraded MIUI 12.5 arrives. The new bet update brings a new ‘Floating Window’ on-board and it is integrated with the notification bar. The app allows users to interact with apps without opening them such as in the case of replying to a chat message. The feature worked pretty fluently as seen in a demo. It is now available for Redmi K30, Redmi K30S Ultra, Mi 10 Lite, M 10 Pro, and Redmi K30 Pro although in a limited numbers. 

Another update that the beta version brought on-board is the new Control Center where a 5G toggle has been added. This will allow users to tap into the unparalleled 5G experience allowing users to switch between multiple network bands. The Chinese smartphone maker is inching closer to MIUI 12.5 which is a preparatory update towards the upcoming MIUI 13 slated to arrive sometime in the Q1 2021 although take it with a pinch of salt. [Source]

Update as of December 12: As we are nearing MIUI 12.5 release on an unspecified date, list of eligible devices has popped up on the internet although not official so take it with a grain of salt.

  • Redmi 7/ 8/ 8A/ 8A (Dual)/ 9A/ 9/ 9C/ Redmi 9i/ 9C NFC/ 9AT
  • Redmi Note 7/ 7S/ 7 Pro/ 8/ 8T/ 8 Pro/ 9/ 9S/ 9 Pro India/ 9 Pro Global/ 9 Pro Max/ 9 4G China/ 9 5G/ 9 India/ 9 Prime/ 9 Ultra
  • Redmi 10X 4G/ 10X 5G / 10X Pro
  • Redmi K20/ K20 Pro/ K20/ K20 Pro Premium Edition
  • Redmi K30/ K30 5G/ K30i Ultra/ K30 Racing Edition/ K30 Pro/ K30S Ultra/ K30 Pro/ K30 Pro Zoom Edition
  • Mi 8/ 8 Pro/ 8 UD/ 8 SE/ 8 Explorer
  • Mi 9 Lite/ 9 SE/ Mi 10/ Mi 10 Pro/ Mi 10 Ultra/ Mi 10 Youth/ Mi 10 Lite
  • Mi Note 10/ Note 10 Pro/ Note 10 Lite
  • Mi CC9/ Mi CC9e/ Mi CC9 Pro/ Mi 9T/ Mi 9T Pro
  • Mi 10T/  Mi 10T Lite/ Mi 10T Pro
  • Poco F1/ F2 Pro
  • Poco X2/ X3/ X3 NFC
  • Poco M2/ M2 Pro/ M3/ C3

Update as of December 10: The MIUI 13 is still a few months away. But it appears like the way to MIUI 13 goes through MIUI 12.5 and it was just confirmed with features on-board.Apparently, MIUI 12.5 is being tested and some of the features have leaked in the mainstream as well. The update brings massive improvements and innovations on-board preparing devices to the upcoming and overhauled MIUI 13.

According to the information available on Mi Community, new features like animations, new volume controls, Approximate Location, image to PDF, a new Recents layout, a new power menu are few of the updated features and enhancements to name. The post also states information about the redesigned UI for both Cleaner and Camera app as well as lock screen notification center and style.

Xiaomi is also adding MIUI 12.5 with support to Android 11’s bubble notifications, voice control, new icon styles, a super resolution, QR code scanner UI and a lot more. As of now, Xiaomi will suspend MIUI 12 closed beta from December 14 so we will likely get to see MIUI 12.5 pretty soon. There’s no ETA available at the moment but we must get the update pretty soon. [Source]

Update as of November 28: The MIUI 12 is quite everywhere on the Xiaomi line of smartphones. However, it isn’t all flawless but rather has issues that need to be ironed out. Apparently, MIUI 12 is facing issues with third-party launchers like Lawnchair or Nova and others. This comes from many users who posted about the issue on Reddit and other forums discussing how these launchers broke after upgrading to MIUI 12 update. A user posted that he asked a third-party launcher for support but they clearly said that they can address it possibly hinting at Xiaomi’s issue. Thus, we are left with broken launchers until the Chinese OEM fixes it in the further updates. [Source 1, 2, 3]

Update as of November 28: Xiaomi is still working on MIUI 12 to plug all the bugs and add features. It published a weekly bug report a few days ago for MIUI 12 that affected the likes of Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro, Poco X3, among others. According to the update, the Poco X3 which was suffering from audio server crash issues on the Discord app has been resolved. The Redmi 6 Pro too was facing a system lag problem with various builds ranging from EU, Global, and other variants. Apart from that, the Redmi Note 7/7S was facing camera app issues. You can read more about it here

Update as of November 24: Xiaomi’s MIUI 12 has already released on a plethora of smartphones. Xiaomi is still developing it with new features, bug fixes, and more released almost every week. However, users have discovered that a new issue pops up claiming that the ‘Security keeps stopping’. This has affected many Xiaomi users but prominently, Redmi 5 Plus, Redmi Note 9 Pro, Poco F2 Pro, Poco F1 among others have reported it so far. 

Turns out Xiaomi hasn’t acknowledged the issue at least at the time of writing this. Users have suggested workarounds that seem to be working although I wouldn’t recommend it as a fix for longterm. Users can uninstall the security app updates from their devices. They can do the same by navigating to Apps >> Manage Apps. As said earlier, this is a temporary and users are advised to wait for the official bug fix to arrive shortly.  [Source]

Update as of November 23: According to the latest update arriving on Global and Turkish Telegram groups, the overhauled power menu that was teased with Android 11-based MIUI 12 will now trickle down to Android 10 as well. This is w.r.t. V20.11.25 but the update regarding its rollout remains a mystery and so is its rollout to general users. 

Update as of November 21: The MIUI 12.2.1.0 was recently rolled out on Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, and Redmi K30 Pro. Apparently, the firmware version has developed a series of issues. It includes heating, delays in taking screenshots, problems accessing the internet using the second SIM, high power consumption, lower frame rates in games among others. Apparently, the Chinese OEM has stopped distributing the said MIUI 12.2.1.0 until it fixes these issues and the same will be propagated in further updates on these Android 11 builds. [Source]

Update as of November 21: When asked about when to expect MIUI 12 update on Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro, Alvin Tse – General Manager at Xiaomi Indonesia, responded that the Redmi Note 5 Pro will get the MIUI 12 upgrade after the Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 6 get their hands on the upgrade. [Source]

Update as of November 20: The MIUI 12 closed beta version 20.11.17 brings a redesigned Volume Rocker UI. Users can try outfitting MIUI China System UI Controls App v1.0.055 to get their hands on the new Volume Rocker UI. However, the users must be aware that it is likely to work on Android 11 only and that too on its Chinese ROM that you can download the APK file for the same here. [Source]

Update as of November 18: MIUI 12 beta program has brought quite a lot of features. The latest beta version i.e. MIUI 20.11.1 brings a new feature for the Memo app. The Thinking Note under the Notes app produces a Mind Map allowing users to record notes without any issues. Along with that, the beta update brings a new UI for the Privacy section of the Security app on the public beta that was released in China recently. Users are required to upgrade to a nightly build to get their hands on the new UI. The MIUI Security App Update V4.7.2 link is available here

Update as of November 16: According to the latest update wr.t. the File Management stopped running as of MIUI 20.11.9.  The issue has been resolved on MIUI 20.11.10 that has already been released for Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Redmi K30i 5G, Redmi K30 Pro, Redmi K30 5G, Redmi K30, Mi CC9 Pro, Mi 10 Ultra, and Mi 10 Youth Edition. Users should get the MIUI 20.11.10 via OTA soon so please check the “System Updates” section for more info. [Source]

Update as of November 16: Xiaomi MIUI 12 is packed with a plethora of features such as VLOG mode, Mi Video app, App Vault and so on. One of the latest features to pop up are Paper Mode and Wireless Sound Effects that the MIUI 12 has on-board. Paper Mode (Reading Mode) enables users to tweak color temperature of the display to avoid eye-straining. Users can enable it via Settings >> Display >> Reading Mode. 

Another feature that MIUI 12 brings on-board is the Wireless Sound Effects feature that enables fine-tune audio output. However, both of these features that might have rolled out to all the MIUI 12 devices, has actually rolled out for a limited number of devices only. According to the reports, the wireless sound effects is available only in MIUI 12 China Beta ROM while the Reading Mode is available on a limited number of devices in China and Global ROM. Both of these features are awaited by Xiaomi users so let’s see when it actually arrives. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of November 13: Xiaomi has released a new set of features on-board MIUI System Launcher alpha version with version number V4.21.0.2440-10281956 available for upgrade via OTA or either the users can upgrade by downloading the firmware right away. The system launcher app now has features like blurred app previews that users can enable and disable by digging into its Settings >> Home screen >> Blurred app Previews. Other features include a horizontal recents layout that users can launch via Settings >> Home Screen >> Arrange items in Recents >> Select either ‘Horizontally’ or ‘Vertically’ based on your preference. 

Update as of November 14: Xiaomi has released weekly bug status report where it discusses bugs and their fixes released or either awaited. In this moment, MIUI 12 issues with REdmi Note 7, Redmi 6 Pro, and Poco X3 are being discussed.

The first among the various issues is with the MIUI System apps updater which prevented apps from updating. The issue has thus been resolved as of November 3 according to the report.

Another issue related to MIUI 12 was with the devices unexpectedly rebooting and switching off without any human intervention. Luckily, the issue was fixed with a stable update released on November 6.

Next up, we have issues related to Poco X3 where users were facing Discord app freezing issue on various MIUI versions which includes V12.0.2.0.QJGMIXM, V12.0.2.0.QJGEUXM, V12.0.2.0.QJGINXM, V12.0.3.0.QJGIXM, and V12.0.3.0.QJGEUXM. Apparently, the issue still exists as it is being worked on and a fix will be provided in the further updates. There’s no ETA on is arrival at the time of writing this. 

Next up, the Redmi 6 Pro is facing system lag running on MIUI 12.0.2.0.PDMMIXM and that is why the Chinese OEM is working on a MIUI 12 lite build for the device to fix the system lag issue on the budget phone. [Source]

Update as of November 7: Xiaomi has added a new feature on the completely redesigned camera app UI that was rolled out with the latest MIUI 20.11.6 closed beta update. It has a new feature called ‘Beautify for Video Calls’ which is a beautification mode but for video calls. [Source]

Update as of November 7: Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is one of the best phone for photography and videography. It has some modes that will leave you stunned. A clone feature lets you create a clone of you without needing any post production. Moving on, a new video posted by a Mi Explorer program member has gone live on Mi Community showing the super slick Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro running on MIUI 12 with its Steady video mode at 8K resolution at 30fps. The video looks pretty impressive and has already crossed 20K views at the time of writing this.

This feature along with others are available on Mi 10T Pro running ion MIUI 12 however, it isn’t widely available. It is unclear when these features will be made available either all together or at least a few of them. As hinted, it is possible that these features could be exclusive to Mi 10T Pro only, however, there’s no official info about it either. [Watch the video]

Update as of November 6: Another day, another update on MIUI 12. Xiaomi has released the MIUI 12 with version number 20.11.5 that arrives with an array of bug fixes and improvements over its predecessor. The update log includes optimizations to offline video download experience, product performance has been optimized for silky smooth experience among others.

Another optimization comes with the experience around adjusting brightness and volume on Xiaomi devices by gestures. Further, it includes a new details page that offers a convenient option to find movies, making comments, and so on. As usual, the update will arrive on eligible Xiaomi devices in China before arriving in other regions. It falls under the weekly beta category as categorized by Xiaomi earlier. This also means it is likely to arrive on the global markets as well. [Source]

Update as of November 5: Although the Indian variants got the MIUI 12 upgrade a while ago, the wait for MIUI 12 on Redmi Note 9 Pro on the European variant is still awaited. Apparently, in a new update coming from Alvin Tse who is the General Manager at Xiaomi Indonesia, said that the MIUI 12 update on Redmi Note 9 Pro European variant is expected to arrive soon unless there’s some last minute surprise. Although there’s no ETA available, expect it to arrive soon. [Source]

Update as of November 3: Xiaomi made a few changes to the MIUI 12 beta program as per hinted by Xiaomi & MIUI News channel on Telegram. According to the same, the internal test release time has been adjusted to be before 18:00 on November 9. The public beta release time for MIUI 12 beta program has been adjusted to be before 13:00. This apple for both nightlies and public beta builds. Apparently, this change is scheduled reportedly won’t affect the stable MIUI rollout. [Source]

Update as of November 3: The MIUI V20.11.2 is now up and running on Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra and a few other devices. Apart from the usual string of bug fixes, the MIUI 12 V20.11.2 brings a few features on-board as well. It includes screen recording as per the update log mentioned on the Xiaomi & MIUI News channel on Telegram. Beta testers can report issues and bugs via the new bugs reporting feature. Also, users will be able to send reports automatically. [Source]

According to the report, the Settings opening animation has been changed as well. This comes from the same Xiaomi & MIUI News here.

Update as of October 28: Xiaomi has been actively developing MIUI 12 fine-tuning it with beta updates and whatnot. It is based on both Android 10 and Android 11 where the latter has only a handful of devices. Xiaomi has now released two MIUI 12 closed beta updates in its home country carrying redesigned user interfaces in the device settings. The update arriving with version number 20.10.26 and 20.10.27 brings a few key changes including Manage Keyboards UI, Accounts & sync UI, Do Not Disturb UI, and Use USB for UI where the latter has just trickled down to Android 10 after being present on Android 11 for some time.     

Some of the UI changes will remain on Android 11 while some will trickle down to Android 10 as well but that remains to be seen in the later updates. Users will have to wait for the update to arrive via OTA that should take some time but users in China will get the update soon. [Source]

Update as of October 28: After releasing the MIUI 12 bug tracker volume 1, the Chinese OEM has released the second volume for MIUI 12 bug tracker on its MIUI 12 Global ROM which gives out list of bugs that the ROM is facing and which are a part of the Mi Pilot Testers Program. Out of the many, one of the issues was the video editor back gesture not working on Poco F1, inability to process 4K videos in the built-in video editor, reboot sound-effect resets after reboot and so on. I am talking about the issues related to MIUI V12.0.2.0.

Similarly, tissues related to Poco F2 Pro running on MIUI V12.0.3.0.0 includes locked apps disappear from recent windows after a while. The Redmi Note 9 Pro is facing an issue where the device shows Quick Charge instead of Turbo Charge. Poco X3 NFC running on V12.0.3.0. Is facing a bug causing the charging 1% animation to not fix in the lock screen after connecting the charger.

Redmi 9A/9C are facing problems related to Second Space, Dual Apps, and split screen while the Mi 10 Pro on Android 11 (MIUI 12) is facing issues related to delay in opening apps and WhatsApp notification issues as reported by the users. Note that Xiaomi is already working on all the bugs and issues aforementioned and a bug fix for all will be available soon (some might have already received it as you read). [Source, Volume 1]

Update as of October 27: Xiaomi has been fine-tuning MIUI 12 for a long time now. It is now seeking user feedback to better its custom skin with update to the existing features and adding new ones on the go. Xiaomi conducted a poll on Mi Community seeking requests from users of features to add on the custom skin. Apparently, the new features that are added on MIUI 12 are video encoding, fingerprint sensor to active sleep mode, Super Bluetooth, upgrades to Xiaomi Health app and so on. 

Out of the many requests, Xiaomi shortlisted these features. Note that take it with a pinch of salt as this was a poll and not a final decision from Xiaomi on the feature requests to include in MIUI 12 or even MIUI 13. It remains to be seen how Xiaomi works in the future on incorporating these or other user requested features. [Source]

Update as of October 27: Xiaomi is actively working on MIUI 12 to fine-tune it further. The latest update comes for the MIUI 12 System Launcher bearing alpha update version V4.21.0.2381-10131834. It has a bunch of bug fixes along with new features appended on it. This includes the new option to place recent apps horizontal and not just vertically. Xiaomi has also adjusted the Gaussian blue scheme and a bug that kicks off when the icon disappears when dragging the folder icon. 

Other features include in and out of recent task or app animation as well as Xiaomi has optimized problem unloading app freeze. The changelog comes from a Xiaomi & MIUI News group on Telegram. Watch the full video of the changes made with the new MIUI Launcher here. [Source]

Update as of October 26: Xiaomi usually pushes two years of Android updates on flagship while the mid-range is inconsistent and finally, the budget range gets may be one. Apparently, an unofficial Xiaomi update policy hints at the breakdown of Android updates that Xiaomi will push out. 

According to the list, the Mi series gets 4 MIUI upgrades & 2 Android updates, the Mi A series gets 2 Android updates, the Mi Max/Mix/Note and T Series of devices get 4 MIUI upgrades and 2 Android updates. Similarly, the Redmi K series gets 4 MIUI upgrades and 2 Android upgrades, the Redmi Note series gets 3 MIUI upgrades and 1 Android upgrades while the Redmi series gets 1 Android upgrade and 2 MIUI upgrades. Moreover, the Poco M Series gets 1 Android upgrade and 3 MIUI upgrades, the Poco C series gets 2 MIUI upgrades and 1 Android upgrade, and finally, the Poco F & X series gets 4 MIUI upgrades and 2 Android upgrades at their disposal. [Source]

Update as of October 24: Xiaomi has released yet another update aka MIUI V12.10.22 beta based on Android 11 that fixes issues with the Super Wallpapers being stuck, camera issues, MI Music app being crashed after a while and so on. The users who signed up for the beta program will get their hands on the update.  [Source]

Update as of October 23: Apparently, the MIUI 12 beta 20.10.22 is facing audio stability issues plaguing Redmi K30 Pro, Mi 10, and Mi 10 Pro. The update based on Android 11 beta has since been suspended on the trio.  [Source]

Update as of October 23: Many users have taken to the internet about the MIUI 12 battery drain after they discovered the same after upgrading to the latest skin. When asked, a Mi Community moderator corroborated the issue and said that it is because MIUI 12 is research heavy. He added that the issue is the same with all devices running on MIUI 12 and that the developers are likely to fix it in the future builds. However, there’s no update on when we can expect the bug fix as of now so users will have to wait until more information is not available about this known MIUI 12 battery drain issue. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of October 23: MIUI 12 is evolving with a  number of features added to the catalog every now and then. Perhaps, one of the latest features to add is “Device Connectivity” that enables users to switch between the phone and Bluetooth speakers for music and calls (as they want) without any hassle. It is a minor update but worth it as this gives more control at the hands of the users. They can enable it via Bluetooth Additional Settings and select ‘Notify about Bluetooth device connections’. 

Once enabled, they can select whether to answer a call via the phone or Bluetooth or basically select the audio output at any given point in time. This feature is being tested in its Chinese ROM just like any other feature. There’s no ETA available when to expect it on other ROMs as of now. [Source]

Update as of October 22: The Chinese Xiaomi Mi 9T which is also known as Redmi K20 is now up for MIUI 12 Closed Beta Version based on Android 11 bearing version number 20.10.20 available via OTA as per the source. [Source]

Update as of October 21: Xiaomi is refining the MIUI 12 and the latest to add in the list are some improvements to the Control Center layout. As with MIUI 12.0.13, Xiaomi has added smart life functions to the Control Center. It is optimized for landscape orientation and allows for better control over connected devices. It also elevates cross-screen collaboration allowing users to use their phone through a PC. This feature also eases multitasking on the connected smartphone. Above all, the cross-screen collaboration feature allows connecting multiple phone windows at once. The update has been spotted on Mi Ultra in China and thus, it is expected to arrive on other devices soon although there’s no ETA. [Source 1, 2]

Update as of October 21: The Messaging app on Xiaomi’s MIUI 12 has intercepted a new update. This optimizes the functionalities. The new version bearing V12.1.3.8 adds a Preview of Display Messages functionality. This allows users to preview what changes it will bring about when toggling the messages interface on the firmware. It also brings improved stability and performance with the same. [Source]

Update as of October 05: MIUI 12 has been around for five months now. It was released in April in China followed by beta release on the global markets. Although Xiaomi completed rolling out MIUI 12 across two batches and the third is one the way. Yet, not all Xiaomi phones have received it yet. Moreover, Xiaomi has suspended MIUI 12 rollout till October 12 as opposed to Xiaomi statement that it will release the update across all phones by the end of this month. The suspension could cause the timeline to exceed as there are still plenty of phones waiting for the update including Redmi Note 8, Note 7, Note 9 series and many more. 

Update as of October 4: The Redmi Note 7 Pro had received MIUI 12 in China and India although it was met with a partial rollout. Thus, a wild rollout would take some time. However, users have taken it to Twitter asking Xiaomi when to expect MIUI 12 on a wider scale. However, Xiaomi has been mum on the situation and hasn’t provided any response as of now. [Source 1, 2, 3]

Update as of October 01: According to an unofficial MIUI 12 update timeline, those devices that haven’t yet received their MIUI 12 are expected to get the update according to this timeline.

  • Redmi Note 7 and Note 8 → Before October 10
  • Redmi 9 Prime/Poco M2 → Before October 15
  • Redmi 8 Series → Before October 22
  • Redmi 7 Series → Before October 25
  • Redmi 6 → Before October 30

Note that this update comes from an unofficial source although the channel on Telegram is named “MIUI 12 Official”, take it with a pinch of salt. [Source]

Update as of September 28: It has been almost a week since the third batch for MIUI 12 rollout begins and yet there are a few devices listed in the second batch with whom, the MIUI 12 is elusive namely Redmi Note 7, Poco M2 Pro, Redmi Note 8/8T, and Note 9 Pro/Note 9 Pro Max and Note 9S although the latter has started intercepting the MIUI 12 update starting with Turkey. Cut to now, a tip from Jancee Kenn Escuro Abonita sheds some light on the MIUI 12 rollout. 

According to the chat, Xiaomi has planned to release MIUI 12 updates across all the devices by the end of October coming from a Xiaomi UK representative. Xiaomi is now focusing on Android 11 as well as MIUI 13 is under development as well.

Update 8 (September 22): As per the latest update, the MIUI 12 closed and public beta update is suspended between September 30 to October 12 because of the National Day 2020 holidays in the home country aka China. According to the update, the development version for internal testing will release normally from Sep 28 to 29 followed by suspension on Sept 30. Both closed and public beta updates will return to normalcy on October 12. Although this is limited to China, the suspended program will have impact on all major updates on a global scale given the fact that China gets the first hand at any major updates for Xiaomi devices. 

Update 7 (September 22): The Third batch of MIUI 12 rollout has now commenced after the first and second batch completed. Devices including Redmi 8, Redmi 8A, Redmi 7A, Redmi 7, Redmi 6A, Redmi 6, Redmi S2, Redmi Note 5, Mi CC9e, Mi Max 3, and Mi Note 3 are included in the third batch. Many of the devices have either already received MIUI 12 update in some form or are already scheduled to get it. 

This includes Mi Note 3 which recently got MIUI 12 on its global variant. Redmi S2 which is a part of the third batch has already bagged the MIUI 12 on its Chinese variant in early August while the global variant is waiting for the update. Previously reported to get their share of MIUI 12 update in August, the Redmi 6/6A, Redmi 7/7A, Redmi 8/8A along with Redmi Note 8 and Note 8T are scheduled to get their updates in the third batch that commenced now. 

Update 6 (September 16): MIUI 12 is now getting a tonne of Calendar updates. This was confirmed by MIUI handle on Chinese networking site Weibo. The updates include support for importing schedules through email accounts, CalDav accounts, local ICS calendar files, and others. The Calendar app has received some personalizations such as color moderator,e and sync frequency settings among others. The users will have to upgrade to MIUI Calendar V12.0.6.9 to experience the revamped design. [Source]

MIUI 12 New Calendar update

Update 5 (September 9): Xiaomi divided the MIUI 12 rollout in phases. The first phase commenced in June where the update was pushed to 13 devices. This was followed by the second round of MIUI 12 rollout which started by the end of July and was scheduled to conclude by the end of September. Cut to now, an official post on Chinese social network site Weibo confirmed the conclusion of second phase and the commencement of third phase that covers Xiaomi Mi  Note3, Mi Max 3, 8 SE, Mi CC9e, Redmi 8/8A, Redmi 7/7A, Redmi 6/6A, Redmi Note 5 & Redmi S2 among others. [Source]

Update 4 (August 27): Xiaomi has suspended rolling out MIUI 20.8.27 on various devices citing stability issues. The list includes stability issues with the builds of Redmi Note 8, Mi 8 SE, Redmi K20, and Mi Max 3 that have been postponed to a later date. Xiaomi has also suspended updates on Redmi Note 7, Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Redmi K30 Pro, Redmi K30 ultra, and Mi 10 Ultra. On the other hand, the MIUI 20.8.27 has been suspended on Mi 10 Youth Edition and Redmi K30 5G as they are going for major Android version upgrades. [Source]

Update 3 (August 20): Xiaomi started rolling out MIUI 12 version a few months ago and has already covered the majority of its devices and it is slated to finish the process by the end of September. The Chinese manufacturer is taking suggestions and feature requests from users so that they can evaluate and include some of them in the future MIUI 12 incremental updates. Some of the features include adding an option to restrict Wi-Fi usage on system apps, optimizing the record bottom on the screen recorder app, and so on.

Xiaomi will also look out for adding an adaptive refresh rate as per a user’s feedback. Adding this feature enables the phone to optimize the performance tweaking the refresh rate higher when gaming and lower when doing other tasks. These updates might not wait for the Android 11 to arrive later next month. Thus, future incremental updates might have these and other suggested features and we will track them for you. Stay put on this section. [Source]

Update 2 (August 10): A new version of MIUI is arriving in India that will not have any banned/blocked apps in the country. It will release via OTA and should arrive on the devices soon after the development is complete. [Source]

Update 1 (August 05): Xiaomi has posted a list of phones that are eligible for MIUI 12 in the second batch of rollout. The official list confirms that all the smartphones in this list will get MIUI 12 upgrade by the end of September although it is for the Chinese variant. Those with other variants will get the update later one as it usually takes a few weeks to months for variants outside China to get the update. Many of the devices have already received MIUI 12 and some will do so soon. After completing the second batch of update, Xiaomi will move on to the third batch of MIUI 12 rollout. [Source]

MIUI 12 Update for Batch 2

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All Device Status to Get MIUI 12 Update

Poco X3 GT

The Poco X3 GT arrives with Dimensity 1100 under the hood along with Android 11-powered MIUI 12.5 out-of-the-box.

Poco F3 GT

Update as of July 23: The Poco F3 GT released today arrives with the latest patch of Android 11-powered MIUI 12.5 out-of-the-box. 

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10T 5G

The Xiaomi Note 10T 5G comes preloaded with Android 11-powered MIUI 12 out-of-the-box. 

Xiaomi Poco M2 Reloaded

The Xiaomi Poco M2 Reloaded is now available with Android 10-powered MIUI 12 out-of-the-box. 

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10

The vanilla Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 packs in Android 11-powered MIUI 12 out-of-the-box and since it is new, it will get a few MIUI versions too. 

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro (India)

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro (India) comes pre-loaded with Android 11-powered MIUI 12 out-of-the-box.

 Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro comes pre-loaded with Android 11-powered MIUI 12 out-of-the-box.

 Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S arrives with an Android 11-powered MIUI 12 out-of-the-box as the case with any other Redmi Note 10-series devices. 

Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Max

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Max runs on the latest Android 11 OS with MIUI 12 skin on top of it.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra arrives with Android 11-backed MIUI 12.5 when it arrived. This also means there’s no doubt that Mi 11 Ultra will get Android 12-13 and MIUI 13 and above for sure given its flagship cadre.

Update as of April 13: If you are a Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra user in CHina, you are in for a treat as the device is now getting a China-specific beta version bearing version 21.4.13.

Xiaomi Mi 11i

Xiaomi Mi 11i picks up Android 11-backed MIUI 12 out-of-the-box. The device arrived with the latest Android OS although it is still to pick up MIUI 12.5, No doubt it will get a few generations of both major Android OS and MIUI versions along the way.

XIaomi Mi 11 Pro

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro made its debut with Android 11-powered MIUI 12.5 out-of-the-box. The device arrived with the latest patch of software versions and will get a few generations of MIUI and Android OS upgrades on the way.

Update as of April 13: It is a good day for the Chinese Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro users as the device is now intercepting MIUI 12.5 update on top of Android 11. The update is a China beta version bearing version number 21.4.13 available via OTA.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 4G

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 4G is now picking up MIUI 12 skin based on Android 11 out-of-the-box. Mi 11 Lite 4G picks up the latest patch of Android OS although it is yet to get MIUI 12.5 that should arrive soon.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G

The 5G variant of Mi 11 Lite picks up the Android 11-backed MIUI 12 skin on top of it which means it will soon get MIUI 12.5 and Android 12 later this year although the timeline is not confirmed.

Poco X3 Pro

Xiaomi’s Poco X3 Pro is now official with Android 11-backed MIUI 12 skin on top of it with a Poco Launcher on-board. Being a flagship device, X3 Pro is destined to get several versions of MIUI and Android OS upgrades on the way.

Poco F3

The Poco F3 is now available for purchase with the latest patch of Android version i.e. Android 11 and with MIUI 12 on top of it. There’s a Poco Launcher on the device that gets away from the MIUI Launcher on-board.

Xiaomi Black Shark 4

The gaming smartphone Xiaomi Black Shark 4 runs on the latest Android version i.e. Android 11 with Joy UI 12.5 out-of-the-box. The update arrives natively when the device arrives for sale.

Xiaomi Black Shark 4 Pro

Xiaomi Black Shark 4 Pro is now official with Android 11-powered Joy UI 12.5 out-of-the-box. Being a gaming phone, the device is destined to get several Android OS versions on the way.

Xiaomi Redmi K40

The Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has now officially released Redmi K40 with Android 11-backed MIUI 12 out-of-the-box. The smartphone will soon get its hands on the MIUI 12.5 build slated to arrive in Q2 2021.

Xiaomi Redmi K40 Pro

The latest Xiaomi Redmi K40 Pro is now official with Android 11-powered MIUI 12 out-of-the-box. The device will pick up MIUI 12.5 soon in Q2 2021 although awaiting for its arrival.

Xiaomi Mi 10S

Mi 10S from Xiaomi is now available with Android 11-backed MIUI 12 out-of-the-box. The update arrives out-of-the-box and will soon get MIUI 12.5 although there’s no ETA available.

Update as of April 1: The Xiaomi Mi 10S in China is now intercepting a development version 21.3.31 over MIUI 12.5 in China. The update brings multiple optimizations and improvements on top of it and will be served to early adopters in the country. More information is available here. 

POCO X3 NFC

Update as of July 28: Poco X3 (/NFC) is on MIUI V12.5 on the Global variant while the Indian, Turkish, Indonesia, Russian, and European variant are on MIUI 12. Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Mi 10i 5G

Update as of March 31: Well, for those who had applied for the Indian MIUI Pilot program for Mi 10i 5G, they are finally getting their major Android 11-backed MIUI 12 pilot beta stable update now. The incoming update carries version number 12.0.1.0.RJSINXM and it is arriving for those who had applied earlier. 

Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite 5G

Update as of February 18: Based on the latest update, the Mi 10T Lite 5G is now intercepting Android 11-powered MIUI 12 update with version number 12.0.2.0.RJSMIXM with January 2021 security patch and a download size of 2.5GB. Note that this is a global stable update for global Mi 10T Lite 5G.

Xiaomi Mi 11

Update as of January 5: According to the latest update, Mi 11 is now eligible for Android 11-based MIUI 12.5 with version 21.1.4 in China as a beta update. 

Update as of March 30: Apparently, the Xiaomi Mi 11 is now picking up Android 11-powered MIUI 12.5 update on its Chinese variant. It becomes the second device to get MIUI 12.5 update with version number v12.5.1.0.RKBCNXM and has a download size of 4.1GB.

Update as of April 13: It is not just the Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra but the standard Mi 11 too is getting its share of Android 11-clubbed MIUI 12.5 with a download size of 461MB and a software version number V12.5.3.0.RKBCNXM. It is a China stable beta version rolling out via OTA. 

Xiaomi Mi 10T

Update as of July 28: The MI 10T has intercepted MIUI V12.5 on its Global variant as well as Taiwanese, Indonesian, Indian, Turkish, and European variants. You can download the same from their respective regions here. Russian Mi 10T is still on MIUI V12.1.x.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro

Update as of July 28: Based on the latest update, the MI 10T Pro has received Android 11-powered MIUI V12.5 update in Europe, Global, Indonesia, Taiwan, India, and Turkey variants. The Russian variant is still on MIUI V12.1.x ready for downloads.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra

Update as of July 28: The Mi 10 Ultra in China has now received MIUI 12.5 based on Android 11 that you can download hereDownload the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Mi 10

Update as of July 26: As of today, the Xiaomi Mi 10 is already running MIUI 12.5 on most of the ROMs followed by MIUI 12.x on some ROMs. Check out this update tracker to download the latest updates on respective ROMs. 

Xiaomi Mi Note 10

Update as of July 28: Based on the latest update, Mi Note 10 which is also summoned as Mi CC9 Pro in China has received MIUI 12.5 on its Global ROM, European, and Indonesia ROMs. There’s a MIUI 12.1.x available for variants sold in Russia. Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro

Update as of July 28: Mi Note 10 Pro with Global, European, and Indonesia variants are running on MIUI 12.5 while the Russia variant is on MIUI 12.1.1.0.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite

Update as of July 28: Based on the update available, Mi Note 10 Lite is running on MIUI 12.5 in Russia, Europe, and Global variants. For Turkey, the latest update available is MIUI 12.1.5.0.RFNTRXMDownload the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite

Update as of August 17: Xiaomi has rolled out Android 10-based MIUI 12 update to Mi 9 Lite in Global, European, and Russian variants. The software version for the three is V12.0.2.0.QFCMIXM, V12.0.2.0.QFCEUXM, and V12.0.2.0.QFCRUXM respectively. You can click on the variants above or visit their respective ROMs section above to download the firmware. 

Update as of August 26: The European units of Mi 9 Lite that didn’t intercept the MIUI 12 update last week are now getting an upgraded MIUI 12 bearing version number 12.0.3.0.QFCEUXM rolling out via OTA.

Update as of August 29: Mi 9 Lite is now getting a MIUI 12 update again after the last one was limited in rollout. This one is also for global ROM bearing version number V12.0.3.0.QFCEUXM and it is available via OTA. You can also download the firmware from our MIUI 12 Global Version section. 

Update as of September 15: The Mi Note 10 Lite is now getting MIUI 12 update in Russia bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QFNRUXM rolling out via OTA for the eligible devices.

Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro 5G

Update as of July 28: Mi 9 Pro 5G in China has so far received MIUI V12.5.1.0.RFXCNXM at the time of writing this. There’s a weekly update available with version v21.7.21 as well.  Download the latest firmware here.

Poco X2:

Update as of July 28: Poco X2 in India has so far received MIUI 12.5 as a stable beta at the time of writing this. You can download it here

Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro

Update as of January 6: Based on the information that we have now, Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro is now intercepting Android 10-based MIUI 12 with version number V12.0.1.0.PEKMIXM on its global variant via OTA. 

Update as of January 6: Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is now seeding out Android 9-based MIUI 12 with version 12.0.1.0.PEKMIXM on Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro on its Russian variant. But is it based on Android 9 Pie. Tap here to download it. 

Xiaomi Poco F2 Pro:

Update as of July 28: As of now, the MIUI V12.5 on Poco F2 Pro has arrived on its Indonesia, Global, and European variants only while the Russian ROM is at MIUI V12.2.4. The Turkish variant is at V12.2.1.0.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro:

Update as of July 28: Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro which is also known as Redmi K20 Pro in China, has so far received MIUI 12.5 in Russia and Europe. The Global variant is on MIUI 12.5.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro:

Update as of July 3: Today, the Mi 10 Pro bagged MIUI 12 stable update in China bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QJACNXM available via OTA. Check out the MIUI 12 Stable China Update section for the download option.

Update as of July 24: After the standard Mi 10 got the update, it is now Mi 10 Pro which is now interceptign the MIUI 12 update bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QJAMIXM available via OTA as usual. It is up for manual upgrade via this link. 

Update as of August 4: The European variant of Mi 10 Pro is now getting the much-needed bump to MIUI 12 bearing software version number V12.0.1.0.QJAEUXM available via OTA. 

Update as of September 10: The Global variants of Mi 10 Pro are finally intercepting the much-anticipated Android 11 beta based on MIUI 12 bearing version number V12.1.2.0.RJAMIXM via OTA. They can still download the firmware and flash it manually using this link.

Update as of October 01: Today, the Chinese Mi 10 Pro and Global Mi 10 Pro are intercepting the much-anticipated Android 11-based MIUI beta stable bearing version number V12.1.2.0.QJACNXM for the Chinese and V12.1.2.0.QJAMIXM for the Global Variant. 

Update as of November 21: The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is now getting upgraded to Android 11-based MIUI V12.2.1.0.RJBCNXM weighing at 3.5GB in size. [Source]

Update as of November 26: Turns out the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is now picking up Android 11-based MIUI 12 upgrade with version number V12.2.1.0.RJACNXM. The update arrives with October 2020 security patch on-board and via OTA. 

Update as of January 20: If you are a Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro user in Europe waiting for Android 11 upgrade, you are in for a treat as the Chinese smartphone maker has released MIUI V12.2.3.0.RJAEUXM as a patched up version for the December 2020 MIUI 12 build that was halted due to some unnamed bugs. 

Update as of March 06: Well, if you are a Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro user in China, the device is slated to get MIUI 12.5 upgrade in China by the end of April. Once it rolls out, the global Mi 10 Pro unit will get the same update in Q2 2021 as per a moderator on Mi Community. [Source]

Update as of April 3: Looks like Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is now picking up yet another update but this time around, it is much-awaited MIUI 12.5 bearing version number V12.5.3.0.RJACNXM arriving via OTA on the Chinese unit. 

Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5G

Update as of July 27: As of now, the Mi 10 Lite has been upgraded to MIUI 12.5 in Taiwan, Europe, and Global markets. Check here for firmware and updates

Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite Zoom

Update as of June 17: Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite Zoom is now upgrading to MIUI 12 bearing version number V12.0.2 in China. The update is being rolled out via OTA.

Update as of July 20: Xiaomi is now releasing yet another MIUI 12 update bearing version number V12.0.4.0.QJVCNXM limited to China variant only. The update is available via OTA or you can simply download the same by tapping here.

Update as of December 21: According to the latest update, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite Zoom is now intercepting Android 11-based MIUI 12 update bearing version number V12.1.3.0.RJVNXM available for download here. 

Update as of December 31: According to the latest update, the Mi 10 Lite Zoom is now picking up Android 11 open beta based MIUI V20.12.28 on-board. 

Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth Edtion

Update as of June 24: The Chinese Xiaomi Mi Youth Edition is another phone to get MIUI 12 stable update in its home country bearing version number MIUI V12.0.3.0.0VCNXMI weighing at 214MB. [Source]

Xiaomi Mi 9 Transparent edition

Status to be updated soon…

Xiaomi Mi A3

Update as of July 28: As per the latest update, the Mi A3 is now upgraded to MIUI 12.0.x in Global and European ROMs at the time of writing this.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Mi 9

Update as of June 26: The Chinese Mi 9 is now intercepting MIUI 12 beta stable that is being pushed via OTA. The update bearing V12.0.1.0.QACNXM is rolling out at the time of writing this. [Source]

Update as of July 27: The Chinese Xiaomi Mi 9 is finally getting MIUI 12 stable as we speak. It is rolling out via OTA bearing version number V12.0.3.0.QFACNXM that you can download for manual flashing from the above Chinese ROM section. 

Update as of December 31: Xiaomi is now pushing out Android 11 open beta build on Mi 9 with MIUI V20.12.28 via OTA.

Xiaomi Mi 9T

Update as of July 28: As of now, the MIUI 12.x has arrived on Mi 9T in Russia, Global, European, ad Chinese variants too. Note that there’s no MIUI 12.5 available for Mi 9T at the time of writing this.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Redmi K30 Pro Zoom Edition

Update as of November 14: Based on the latest update, the Redmi K30 Pro Zoom is now intercepting MIUI 12 based on Android 11 in China with version number MIUI 12.1.3.0.RJKCNXM weighs at 3.3 GB in size. [Source]

Xiaomi Redmi K30 Ultra

Update as of December 31: Based on the latest update, Redmi K30 Ultra is now picking up Android 11-based MIUI V20.12.28 via OTA. 

Xiaomi Redmi K30i 5G

Update as of July 28: The Redmi K30i 5G in China has so far received MIUI V12.1.2.0.RGICMXM as its latest update in China.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Redmi K30S Ultra

Update as of July 28: The Chinese Redmi K30S Ultra has intercepted MIUI 12.5.1.0.RJDCNXM via OTA.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Redmi K30 Pro:

Update as of July 28: Based on the update available, the Redmi K30 Pro sold in China is currently operating on MIUI V12.5.2.0.RJKCNXM at the time of writing this. There’s a MIUI 12 beta version bearing number v21.7.21 available at your disposal.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Redmi K30 5G

Update as of July 28: Redmi K30 5G is now picking up MIUI V12.5.2.0.RGICNXM in China at the time of writing this.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Redmi K30

Update as of July 28: So far, Xiaomi Redmi K30 has been upgraded to Android 11-powered MIUI V12.5.1.0.RGHCXM.

Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro Premium Edition

Update as of June 29: Based on the latest info, the Redmi K20 Pro Premium Edition is now intercepting Android 10-based MIUI 12 bearing version 12.0.2.0.QFKCNXM available via OTA.

Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro:

Update as of July 28: Redmi K20 Pro is now receiving MIUI 12.5.x in China and India via recovery method.   Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Redmi K20:

Update as of July 28: As of now, Xiaomi Redmi K20 is running on Android 11-powered MIUI V12.1.4.0.EFJINXM as a stable beta update.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Redmi 9A

Update as of July 28: As of now, the Redmi 9A across all its variants is in the MIUI V12.x update and hasn’t made it to MIUI 12.5 yet. The Redmi 9A in Turkey, India, Europe, Russia, Global, China, and Indonesia variants have received MIUI V12.x so far.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Redmi 9 (China)

Update as of July 27: Redmi 9 is getting MIUI 12 upgrade bearing version number V12.0.1.0QJCCNXM.

Update as of August 31: After getting upgraded with a new version of MIUI 11, Redmi 9 is finally getting the much-anticipated MIUI 12 update. It has a software version number V12.0.1.0.QJCCNXM available via OTA update or you can download the beta stable update from here.

Note that the first batch of Xiaomi phones listed above will receive a stable update by the end of June 2020.

Update as of November 27: Based on the latest information, the Xiaomi Redmi 9 global variant is finally intercepting MIUI 12 update based on Android 10. This update arrives with version number 12.0.1.0.QJCMIXM and it is being seeded to the global ROM. Note that Redmi 9 global is also known as Redmi 9 Prime in India.

Update as of December 10: Good new for Xiaomi Redmi 9 users in Indonesia as the device is now intercepting Android 10-based MIUI 12 update bearing version number 12.0.1.0.QJCINXM via OTA. 

Update as of December 16: Based on the latest info, the Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is now rolling out MIUI 12 on the Russian ROM of Xiaomi Redmi 9. It is now getting MIUI 12.0.1.0.QJCRUXM which puts forth the MIUI 12 from the previous MIUI 11. 

Update as of February 03: According to the latest information, the Redmi 9 is now picking up Android 10-backed MIUI 12 with version number V12.0.1.0.QJCTRXM via OTA. 

Update as of February 09: The Redmi 9 in Europe is now picking up Android 10-backed MIUI 12 update bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QJCEUXM via OTA.

Xiaomi Redmi 9 Prime

Update as of January 12: Xiaomi is now pushing out Android 10-based MIUI 12 with version V12.0.1.0.QJCINXM on Redmi 9 Prime. 

Update as of January 27: The Redmi 9 Prime is now picking up MIUI 12 build with version number MIUI 12.0.1.0.QJCEUXM available via OTA.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 9

Update as of July 28: With codename merlin, the Redmi Note 9 which is also known as Redmi 10X 4G in China, has so far received MIUI V12.x in Europe, Russia, Global, Turkey, Indonesia, India, and Taiwan at the time of writing this. The device hasn’t yet received MIUI 12.5 anywhere except China.  Download the latest firmware here.

Second Batch [September 2020]

Poco M2

Update as of December 30: Based on the latest info, Xiaomi has finally released a MIUI 12 update on Poco M2 with version V12.0.1.0.QJRINXM. It is a stable update in India weighing at 504MB. 

Poco M2 Pro:

Update as of September 29: The M2 Pro in India is now getting MIUI 12 update bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QJPINXM available via OTA. 

Redmi Note 9 5G

Update as of December 31: Xiaomi is now dropping Android 11 open beta build on Redmi Note 9 5G with MIUI V20.12.28 via OTA.

Redmi Note 9 Pro (India)

Update as of July 28: The Redmi Note 9 Pro with codename Curtana has since received Android 11-based MIUI V12.0.5.0RJWINXM in India.  Download the latest firmware here.

Redmi Note 9 Pro (Global)

Update: The Redmi Note 9 Pro has so far received Android 11 update in Indonesia (V12.0.1.0.RJZIDM), and Global (V12.0.1.0.RJZMIXM).

Update as of July 12: The Redmi Note 9 Pro in Russia is now intercepting Android 11-powered MIUI 12 in Russia bearing version number MIUI 12.0.1.0.RJZRUXM.

Update as of July 28: At the time of writing this, no variant of Redmi Note 9 Pro Global with codename Joyeuse had received MIUI 12.5. This means all the variants are on MIUI V12.x which includes Russian, Indonesia, Turkish, Europe, Taiwanese, and Global variants.   Download the latest firmware here.

Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G

Update as of January 11: Based on the latest update, Xiaomi has quietly released MIUI 12.5 on-board Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G as a part of its last week’s Nightly update according to which, the update is now rolling out in China via OTA. You can tap here to download it.

Update as of March 26: Based on the information that we have now, it is certain that Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G is now picking up Android 11-flavored MIUI 12 stable update in the country. The update is arriving on the Chinese variant and with version number v12.0.2.RJSCNXM. The incoming update is available on Chinese variant rolling out in an OTA fashion. 

Redmi Note 9S

Update as of July 28: The Redmi Note 9S has since received MIUI V12.x (not MIUI V12.5 yet) in Russia, Turkey, Europe, and Global variants. Note that MIUI 12.5 on Note 9S hasn’t arrived yet.  Download the latest firmware here.

Poco F1

Update as of September 9: The Poco F1 in India is now getting Android 10-based MIUI 12 on a wider scale. The update bearing V12.0.1.0.QEJMIXM is arriving via OTA probably as a beta stable update on Poco F1 that you can download here. 

Update as of October 09: Xiaomi has released the MIUI 12 build bearing version number V12.0.2.0.QEJMIXM. It is a re-released update upon V12.0.1.0 that was released earlier. It is a global update limited to those running on MIUI 12 build. 

Update as of October 27: At this moment, the MIUI 12 is available on Poco F1 via fastboot and recovery mode bearing version number 12.0.2.0.QEJMIXM that you can download here (recovery) and here (fastboot). 

Update as of December 22: The MIUI 12.5 is incoming and it will arrive sometime in February according to a previous report. Talking about the devices eligible for MIUI 12.5, a Xiaomi moderator on Mi Community said that the Poco F1 may get MIUI 12 update. Note that the moderator didn’t confirm MIUI 12.5 reception on Poco F1 but he is rather optimistic that the 12.5 update will arrive on Poco F1 when a user asked about the same. [Source

Update as of January 12: Pocophone F1 or Poco F1 is now intercepting Android 10-based MIUI 12.0.3.0.QEJMIXM as an incremental update for its global and Indian variant. 

Xiaomi Redmi 10X 4G:

Update as of July 28: Based on the latest information, the Redmi 10X 4G has now received Android 11-powered MIUI v12.5.2.0.RJOCNXM in China.  Download the latest firmware here.

Xiaomi Redmi 10X 5G:

Update as of July 28: The Xiaomi Redmi 10X 5G in CHina has since received MIUI 12.5.3.0.RJHCBXM as a stable beta update based on Android 11.

Xiaomi Redmi 10X Pro

Update as of July 28: The Xiaomi Redmi 10X Pro is now intercepting V12.5.3.0.RJLCNXM as a stable beta update. 

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G

Update as of August 8: Mi Mix 3 5G is reportedly intercepting the MIUI 12 update based on Android 9.0. The phone is getting MIUI 12.0.1.0.QEECNXM weighing at 824MB and it is rolling out via OTA. This also hints that the global and other variants will get the update soon.

Update as of September 04: The MIUI 12 update bearing version number V12.0.1.0.PEMEUXM is now arriving on the European variant of Mi Mix 3 5G from Xiaomi. The update is rolling out via OTA or check out the MIUI 12 Europe ROM section above (in the tabular section) to find the link to download the firmware. 

Update as of September 22: The Mi Mix 3 5G is now picking up MIUI 12 update on its global variants. The new update brings version number V12.0.1.0.PEMMIXM on-board releasing via OTA.

Update as of February 04: A latest update coming from a reputable moderator on Mi Community about Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 5G receiving MIUI 12.5 has left users disappointed. According to the comment, the MIUI 12.5 update on the device is highly unlikely as the device might never see it. Note that although this isn’t an official confirmation, the mod has a reputation that precedes him which means it is likely true. But there are several pointers that either work in favor and against MIX 3 5G getting MIUI 12.5 upgraded such as the fact that the device is still running on Android Pie and it hasn’t received any Android update since 2019. 

Plus, MIX 3 5G has been completely out of MIUI 12.5 beta development process. All this means that the moderator’s comment might be true. [Source]

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3

Update as of August 26: According to the latest update, Mi Mix 3 is now getting MIUI 12 with version number V12.0.1.0.QEEMIXM as a part of the Mi Pilot program. This is a global beta stable update available via OTA and downloads via the Global ROM section above. 

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S

Update as of August 8: Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S is now getting the latest MIUI 12 upgrade on its Chinese variant bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QDGCNXM and it is a stable airborne update. 

Update as of August 24: The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S is now getting Android 10-based MIUI 12 upgrade bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QDGRUXM in Russia after the Chinese variant got the update a while ago.

Update as of August 26: The latest update confirms that the Mi Mix 2S global variant is now getting MIUI 12 update with the software version V12.0.1.0.QDGMIXM via OTA. You can download it from the global MIUI 12 section above. 

Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro:

Update as of July 27: Based on the update available, the Mi CC9 Pro which is currently running on Android 11 has received MIUI 12.5.4.0.RFDCNXM which is a stable beta update available here.

Xiaomi Mi CC9

Update as of August 25: The Chinese equivalent of Mi 9 Lite called Mi CC9 is now getting MIUI 12 stable update bearing software version number V12.0.2.0.QFCCNXM via OTA. 

Xiaomi Mi CC9 Mietu Edition

Update as of August 31: The Mi CC9 Meitu Edition which is a sibl.ing to Xiaomi’s CC9 series and a special edition, is now getting Android 10-based MIUI 12 bearing version number V12.0.2.0.0QFECNXM available via OTA in China as a stable update.

Xiaomi Mi 9 SE

Update as of August 20: It appears that Chinese MI 9 SE units are getting a re-released of MIUI 12 update with the new V12.0.2.0.QFBCNXM available for OTA. The update can be installed manually as we have the firmware up for downloads. Check out this section to find the installation file and download it. 

Update as of December 31: Based on the latest update, the Mi 9 SE now getting Android 11 open beta build with MIUI V20.12.28

Update as of March 31: Apparently, the Mi 9 SE in China has become the third smartphone from Xiaomi to get MIUI 12.5 with Android 11 flavor to it. The incoming update bears version number 12.5.1.0.RFBCNXM. The update comes via OTA and as a China stable beta available for a handful of users as it goes for testing purposes. It will soon arrive on a wider scale. 

Xiaomi Mi 8 UD

Update as of August 17: The Chinese Xiaomi 8 Pro also called Xiaomi Mi 8 UD is now getting MIUI 12 update bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QECCNXM.

Update as of August 27: Xiaomi has re-released MIUI 12 bearing version number V12.0.2.0.QECCNXM on Mi 8 Pro UD under the Mi Pilot program. It is limited to Chinese Mi 8 Pro UD users only.

Xiaomi Mi 8 Transparent Edition

Status to be updated soon…

Xiaomi Mi 8:

Update as of July 30: Xiaomi Mi 8 is finally getting the much-anticipated MIUI 12 upgrade today as it was intercepted by users. The software version number V12.0.1.0.QEACNXM seems stable although there’s no official confirmation yet.

Update as of November 2: Per the update, the Xiaomi Mi 8 global variant is now intercepting MIUI 12 upgrade carrying version number V12.0.1.0.QEAMIXM available via OTA or direct download and flashing on the eligible devices. 

Update as of November 18: Well, the Russian variant of Mi 8 is finally getting the much-awaited MIUI 12 stable update as we speak. The update is arriving via OTA with version number 12.0.1.0.QEARUXM but you can still tap here to download it.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro

Update as of July 23: The Redmi Note 8 Pro got its major upgrade to MIUI 12 stable beta update as of today. It has a software version number V12.0.2.0.QGGCNXM as confirmed by Xiaomi. The update is rolling out via OTA, you can download the firmware for manual installation.

Update as of July 1: Xiaomi is now rolling out MIUI stable beta for Note 8 Pro bearing version number V12.0.0.4.QGGMIXM weighing at 600MB limited for those who signed up for Mi Pilot.

Update as of July 27: Xiaomi has started rolling out MIUI 12 to Redmi Note 8 Pro (Indian variant) under its Mi Pilot program. The update bears version number V12.0.0.3.QGGINXM that is being pushed via OTA.

Update as of July 21: The MIUI 12 bearing version number V12.0.2.0.QGGMIXM has now started rolling out to global variants in a limited quantity. 

Update as of August 11: The MIUI 12 bearing version number 12.0.2.0.QGGMIXM Global Stable is now rolling out for Global users on a wider scale. It is rolling out via OTA although you can download the Global ROM here for manual installation. 

Update as of August 11: The Indian variant of Redmi Note 8 Pro is now getting MIUI 12 bearing version number 12.0.1.0.QGGINXM weighing at 2GB available through OTA. For those who don’t wait can download the firmware for a manual installation. 

Update as of August 11: The MIUI 12 is now rolling out for units in Indonesia bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QGGIDXM via OTA. You can manually install it too using this link.

Update as of August 22: The Indian ROM for Redmi Note 8 Pro is now getting MIUI 12 upgrade bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QGGINXM and it is available via OTA. You can still download the OTA package from the India MIUI 12 ROM table above. 

Update as of August 22: The Indonesia Redmi Note 8 Pro is getting MIUI 12 bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QGGINXM available via OTA. We have the OTA package up for downloads so please proceed to the MIUI 12 for Indonesia ROM section.

Update as of August 24: After the Indian and Indonesian variant got the major MIUI 12 upgrade, the European variant of Note 8 Pro is now getting the update bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QGGEUXM via OTA. Check out the European MIUI 12 ROM section above to download the firmware.

Update as of August 28: Redmi Note 8 Pro is now getting MIUI 12 upgrade in Russia. The new firmware has a version number 12.0.3.0.QGGRUXM that will be released via OTA. You can check out the Russian MIUI 12 ROM section to get the firmware for manual flashing. 

Update as of September 26: The Redmi Note 8 Pro is now getting MIUI 12 beta stable update in India bearing version number V12.0.2.0.QGGINXM. It is still a random rollout and a wide-scale public rollout is expected soon after the preview is successful. [Source]

Update as of January 12: Based on the latest news, Redmi Note 8 Pro is finally getting upgraded to Android 11-based MIUI 12.5 beta V21.1.11 via OTA as a closed beta nightly update. This is a China-exclusive limited rollout update so keep an eye on the public beta update that will release soon. 

Update as of January 20: According to the latest intel, the Redmi Note 8 Pro is now getting a new update based on Android 11 after the previous build had bootloop issues. This is a China Closed Beta with version 21.1.18 of MIUI 12.5 arriving via OTA. 

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro

Update as of July 28: Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro was touted to get MIUI 12 update in the second phase and it has remained on-time so far. Redmi Note 7 Pro users in India who signed up for the Mi Pilot Program are getting the V12.0.0.2.QFHINXM and a wider rollout is imminent. 

Update as of August 7: The Chinese variant of Redmi Note 7 Pro is now receiving the stable MIUI 12 bearing version number V12.0.2.0.QFHCNXM via OTA. Tap here to download the firmware.

Update as of September 19: After much ordeal,the Redmi Note 7 Pro is now getting MIUI 12 upgrade in India bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QFHINXM. Tap here to download it.

Update as of October 10: After waiting for a while, Xiaomi seems to have released MIUI 12 bearing 12.0.1.0.QFHINXM on Redmi Note 7 Pro on a wider scale in India. Many users have already reported it’s interception and you can expect it too. Unfortunately, we don’t have the OTA package for download right now. (Source)

Update as of April 24: The Chinese Redmi Note 7 Pro is now picking a MIUI 12.5 based beta update today. This update belongs to MIUI beta program and carries version number 21.4.21. Although global variant users can still download and install, we wouldn’t recommend doing it at this juncture. Tap here to download for the Chinese Redmi Note 7 Pro.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7

Update as of July 31: The Indian Redmi Note 7 variant is now getting MIUI 12 Stable Update bearing model number V12.0.0.2.QFGINXM although it is said to be a limited rollout at this moment.

Update as of September 29: The MIUI 12 for Redmi Note 7 is now available in India albeit as a beta update. The stable update is still at large. Talking about this update, you can download the version V12.0.0.2.QFGINXM for Note 7 right here

Update as of October 21: The Redmi Note 7 is now getting MIUI 12 version V12.0.2.0.QFGEUXM on its European variant as of now.

Update as of October 30: As per the update, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 is now picking up MIUI 12 bearing version number MIUI 12.0.1.0.QFGMIXM weighing at 821 MB on its global version. 

Update as of November 2: According to the latest update, the MIUI 12 for Redmi Note 7 has been rolling out for the Russian units as of now. The update bears version number V12.0.1.0.QFGRUXM that you can download here. 

Update as of November 17: The Redmi Note 7 is now getting MIUI 12 fastboot ROM upgrade on its global ROM available here

Update as of November 19: Rejoice as the MIUI 12 on Redmi Note 7 is now available on a wider scale in India with version number V12.0.1.0.QFGINXM weighing at 476MB. 

Update as of April 24: The Redmi Note 7 is now getting upgraded to Android 10-based MIUI 12.5 v21.1.21 in China at the time of writing this. Apparently, this comes shortly after the internal development beta testing ended earlier today. You can either wait or simply tap here and download the OTA package right away for upgradation via recovery method. Also, this is available for global variants subject to the bootloader being unlocked. 

Redmi Note 7S

Update as of July 31: Just along with Redmi Note 7 (Indian variant), the Indian Redmi Note 7S is getting MIUI 12 stable update bearing model number V12.0.0.2.QFGINXM.

Update as of September 29: The Redmi Note 7S is now getting MIUI 12 upgrade although in a beta update with version number V12.0.0.2.QFGINXM that you can download here

Update as of November 19: Apparently, the Indian Redmi Note 7S is now intercepting MIUI 12 stable updates on a wide scale in the country. The new update brings on-board version number V12.0.1.0.QFGINXM available with a download size of 476MB. 

 

Third Batch

Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite

Update as of August 3: The Mi 8 Lite is finally upgrading to MIUI 12 after waiting for a few months. The Chinese variant has intercepted MIUI 12 V12.0.1.0.QDTCNXM via OTA upgrade. 

Update as of September 12: After the Chinese variant got the MIUI 12 upgrade, the Russian variant of Mi 8 Lite is getting the update bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QDTRUXM via OTA. Check out the MIUI 12 Russia Stable ROM section above to download the firmware and flash it manually. 

Update as of September 21: The Global Mi 8 Lite is now getting MIUI 12 upgrade as we talk bearing version number V12.0.3.0.QDTMIXM via OTA.

Xiaomi Mi CC9e

Update as of October 26: Xiaomi Mi CC9e gets MIUI 12 bearing version number 12.0.3.0.QFMCNXM in China via OTA or you can click here to download the same. 

Update as of April 24: Based on the latest update, the Chinese Mi CC9e is now picking up Android 10-based beta update based on MIUI 12.5. This new update has version number 21.4.22 and it is rolling out for Chinese variant of CC9e. Here’s the link to download the firmware if you don’t want to wait for the OTA package. 

Xiaomi Mi Note 3

Update as of August 22: The Xiaomi Mi Note 3 is getting MIUI 12 upgrade on its Chinese variant. It is based on Android 9.0 Pie which is its last upgrade from Nougat to Oreo to Pie. The update bears version number V12.0.1.0.PCHCNXM and it is rolling out via OTA. You can still go to our Chinese MIUI ROM section to download the same for your Mi Note 3.

Update as of September 21: The global variant of MI Note 3 is now getting MIUI 12 upgrade bearing version number V12.0.1.0.PCHMIXM based on Android 9.0 rolling out via OTA.

Xiaomi Mi Max 3

Update as of August 17: Alongside Mi 8 Pro and Mi 8 Explorer, the Mi Max 3 is also getting MIUI 12 update bearing software version number V12.0.1.0.QEDCNXM. It is up for Chinese users as of now. 

Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer

Update as of August 17: The Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer is now getting Android 10-based MIUI 12 bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QEHCNXM in the home country China. 

Update as of August 24: Xiaomi has released yet another MIUI 12 in China for its Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer edition that gives the phone a lot of new features and whatnot. The update carries version number V12.0.1.0.QEHCNXM and it is an airborne update but you can download the firmware for a manual installation.  

Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro

Update as of August 17: The Chinese Xiaomi 8 Pro also called Xiaomi Mi 8 UD is now getting MIUI 12 update bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QECCNXM.

Update as of November 18: Good news for the Mi 8 Pro users in Russia as this variant is now getting Android 10-based MIUI 12 stable update bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QECRUXM that you can download here.

Xiaomi Mi 8 SE

Update as of September 2: The Mi 8 SE is now picking up MIUI 12 based on Android 10 and with version number 12.0.1.0.QEBCNXM in China. It is being rolled out with a tonne of bug fixes, optimizations and features. [Download]

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2

Update as of September 8: The Mi Mix 2 is finally getting its share of MIUI 12 update based on Android 9.0. The update has a software version number V12.0.1.0.PDECNXM and it is arriving as a stable OTA rollout. Users who want to pick it up before the OTA update arrives can check out the MIUI 12 China Stable ROM section for the OTA package. 

Update as of October 10: The Mi Mix 2 is now getting MIUI 12 upgrade on its global variant with version V12.0.1.0.PDEMIXM. It is rolling out via OTA which means users will have to wait for it to arrive on their units which could take a few hours to a few days. You can still download the OTA package and upgrade to the same. Tap here to download it. 

Xiaomi Mi 6X

Update as of January 15: According to the information available, the Xiaomi Mi 6X is now intercepting MIUI 12 version 12.0.1.0.PDCCNXM in China. It is based on Android 9.0 Pie.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8

Update as of July 19: Xiaomi Note 8 is now getting Android 11 stable update in Europe with version number V12.0.2.0ECOEUXM. Tap here to download it for the Recovery or Fastboot method.

Xiaomi Redmi 8

Update as of January 4: According to the latest update, the Redmi 8 is now rolling out Android 10-based MIUI 12 on a global ROM with MIUI V12.0.3.0.QCOMIXM

Update as of January 9: Based on the latest update, Redmi 8 is now intercepting MIUI 12 in Russia and Europe with version number V12.0.1.0.QCNRUXM and V12.0.1.0.QCNEUXM respectively.

Xiaomi Redmi 8T

Update as of October 23: After a long while, the global Redmi Note 8T is finally getting the much-anticipated MIUI 12 upgrade bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QCXMIXM available via OTA. 

Xiaomi Redmi 8A

Update as of January 8: According to the update, Redmi 8A is now getting MIUI 12 in China and Europe with version number V12.0.1.0.QCPCNXM and V12.0.1.0.QCPEUXM.

Update as of January 22: Both Russian and Global variants of Xiaomi Redmi 8A are now getting upgraded to Android 10-based MIUI 12 bearing version number V12.0.1.0.QCPMIXM (Global), and V12.0.1.0.QCPRUXM (Russian). 

Update as of January 26: The Redmi 8A is now picking up MIUI 12 bearing version number 12.0.1.0.QCPMIXM on its global variant. It is a stable update. 

Update as of January 27: The Redmi 8A is now picking up Android 10-flavored MIUI 12 bearing version number 12.0.1.0.QCPINXM available for downloads via OTA.

Xiaomi Redmi 8A Dual

Update as of February 8: According to the information that we have now, Redmi 8A Dual is now upgrading to Android 10-based MIUI 12 update with version number V12.0.1.0.QCQINXM in India.

Update as of February 18: Based on the latest update we have, the Redmi 8A Dual or Redmi 8A Pro is now picking up Android 10-powered MIUI 12 with version number V12.0.1.0.QCQIDXM on its Indonesian unit at the moment. Tap here to download it.

 

Xiaomi Redmi 7

Status to be updated soon…

Xiaomi Redmi 7A

Update as of January 6: According to the latest update, Xiaomi Redmi 7A is now getting Android 10-based MIUI 12 with version number V12.0.2.0.QCMXNCM

Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro:

Update as of August 6: The Chinese Redmi 6 Pro (also known as A2 Lite in India) is getting a bump to MIUI 12 (based on Android 9) bearing software version number V12.0.1.0.PDICNXM

Xiaomi Redmi 6

Status to be updated soon…

Xiaomi Redmi 6A

Status to be updated soon…

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5

Update as of January 4: The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 is now getting MIUI 12 on its global version with version V12.0.2.0.PEIMIXM

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro

Update as of March 14: Based on the latest piece of information available, the Redmi Note 5 Pro is now up with MIUI 12 although it is in stable beta recovery stage and thus, with issues such as bootloops that needs to be ironed out. Xiaomi is trying to fix the issues and thus, the MIUI 12 build is available for a limited number of users only. The incoming update has MIUI 12.0.2.0.PEIMIXM version number and it is still based on Android 9.0.

Xiaomi Redmi S2:

Update as of August 6: The Redmi S2 in China is now getting MIUI 12 stable update brings software version number V12.0.4.0.PEFCNXM available via OTA or flash it here.

Update as of September 30: The MIUI 12 is now arriving on Redmi S2 on its global version bearing V12.0.2.0.PEFMIXM available via OTA update. 

Update as of October 22: the MIUi 12 bearing version number 12.0.2.0.PEFMIXM is now rolling out on Redmi S2 in India weighing at 616MB. [Source].

Update as of December 16: Based on the latest update posted by a channel on Telegram, the Xiaomi Redmi S2 or Y2 is now intercepting Android 10-based MIUI 12 bearing version number 12.0.1.0.PEFRUXM via OTA. [Source]

So, there you have it from my side in this post. Note that the list above provided is for the Chinese variants of the Xiaomi phones, and it is not clear whether the above list will be the same for the Global models or not. We will keep you posted once that information is out. Until the next post…Cheers!

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