Xiaomi started pushing stable MIUI 11 back in November, but that was still based on Android 9. Today a report from China revealed a new update hitting Redmi K20 smartphones actually brings Android 10, acting as a base for Xiaomi’s user interface.
The package’s model number is MIUI V126.96.36.199.QFJCNXM and weighs 2.3 GB. Along with security updates, it brings Android 10 features like better location control and privacy settings, Wi-Fi sharing via QR code and apps bubbles.
These features are combined with the design overhaul of the MIUI 11 and the system-wide Dark Mode. The Redmi K20 is currently receiving the package in China, but once the Chinese company is done adapting the Google Services, it should start shipping to global units as well.
Don’t forget that if you turned off automatic updates, you have to check manually whether the package has arrived.