Xiaomi has started pushing a stable MIUI 11 update to twelve smartphones. The Chinese maker hasn’t said anything about Android 10, so it is safe to assume the new user interface is not changing the the OS the phones are on.
The package is seeded to Chinese devices, but the ones that are also sold globally should receive it as well by the end of the month, or in the worst-case scenario, in early December.
The list of eligible phones goes at follows:
This is the second batch of phones that are getting MIUI 11, here’s the list of which devices were lucky enough to be part of the first rollout in China:
It is good to see that even two-year-old phones are getting the new user interface. The MIUI 11 brings a more polished design, new natural effects and alarms, a system-wide dark mode and plenty of new themes, wallpapers, and animations.
There is also a third phase of rollout that should include another dozen of Xiaomi devices which is also scheduled for November. We’ll follow the situation and let you know once the company starts pushing the update.