More phones are getting MIUI 12.5
Xiaomi announced the newest iteration of its Android skin, MIUI 12.5 at an event in China in December, and has since shared its plans for expanding it to global markets.
Back in China, the stable update has already been rolling out to Mi 11 units since earlier this month, and today the official MIUI Weibo account brought some more good news.
Aside from the Mi 11, the update to MIUI 12.5 is now also rolling out to the Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11 Pro, Mi 10 Ultra, Mi 10 Pro, Mi 10, and Mi 9 SE. For all of these models, users in China should be able to receive the update after manually checking for it through Settings - or waiting a bit for the over-the-air rollout to reach their device.
The official date for this rollout was April 30, but it looks like Xiaomi's developers were able to finalize everything before that deadline and send out the update earlier than anticipated.
If you're outside of China and can't wait for MIUI 12.5 to hit your phone, let's reiterate what Xiaomi has said in the past about that. The first global models to get the new software will be the Mi 11, Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro, Mi 10, and Mi 10 Pro. All of these should be on MIUI 12.5 this month or in May. Then, starting in June, other models will join the global party.
Hi, i just wanna ask that if you have updated your phone, did it made any change, like in sort of battery, or camera or overall performance?.
- 20 Jul 2021
I have been trying to update my Redmi Note 10 Pro for the past week and a half since it showed the 12.5 update's available. But it either stays at 0% or stops at 18% after I tap download.
- 16 Jul 2021
Have a mi 10i My phone is stuck at 0% (retrieving info) for the miui 12.5. 1.0 update
- 13 Jul 2021