Xiaomi has begun to distribute a stable version of the MIUI 12 shell based on the fresh Android 11 operating system for Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and Pro smartphones (review) in Russia.
The firmware number MIUI 220.127.116.11.RFDRUXM has an impressive size – almost 3 GB. While it has a status of “stable beta”, which means distribution to regular users, but in limited quantities. When the manufacturer is convinced that there are no critical flaws, the coverage will expand.
In addition to the standard Android 11 innovations, the update also brings the March 2021 Android security update.
As the thematic resource AdimorahBlog notes, judging by the reviews, Xiaomi firmware with Android 11 has a number of serious errors that affect the device’s performance. Although the company is already working on fixing them, it is recommended that you install them with caution and make sure you have backups of the information. Most failures and “freezes” of the firmware are corrected by rolling back the smartphone to the factory settings, but this entails the loss of all user data.
In Russia, Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and Pro in the official Xiaomi online store can be purchased at a price of 39,490 rubles.