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MIUI 13/Android 12 India eligible devices [List]

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On February 3, 2022, Xiaomi announced its latest software – MIUI 13 (based on Android 12) for Indian consumers. Along with this announcement, Xiaomi has also announced a list of eligible devices that will get MIUI 13/Android 12 software update in India.

Xiaomi MIUI 13 brings power-packed features and is powered by the Android 12 capabilities. The latest additions to MIUI 13 include live wallpapers with intriguing designs and a sidebar to access all of your favorite apps.

There are some performance changes that have been made with the internals of the software including an optimized file storage system with system efficiency improved up to 60 percent. The MIUI 13 could increase background efficiency up to 40 percent and there are processor priority optimizations that will provide faster processing and high-speed performance.

Don’t forget that the MIUI 13 brings better battery life with a new smart balance that the company claims to increase by 10 percent.

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Xiaomi MIUI 13/Android 12 India eligible devices:

  1. Mi 11 Ultra
  2. Mi 11
  3. Mi 11i
  4. Mi 11X Pro
  5. Mi 11X
  6. Redmi 10
  7. Redmi 10 Prime
  8. Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE
  9. Xiaomi 11 Lite NE 5G
  10. Redmi Note 8 (2021)
  11. Xiaomi 11T Pro
  12. Xiaomi 11T
  13. Redmi Note 10 Pro
  14. Redmi Note 10 Pro Max
  15. Redmi Note 10
  16. Mi 11 Lite 5G
  17. Mi 11 Lite
  18. Redmi Note 10 JE

MIUI 13 Android 12 India devices

Aside from these phones, Xiaomi has announced to expand this software update for more devices soon. This means there will be more models that will become MIUI 13 eligible in the future.

 

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Xiaomi Redmi 9T begins collecting June 2022 security update

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Xiaomi Redmi 9T June 2022 update

Xiaomi June 2022 security update is now taking its steps towards the entry-level Redmi 9T smartphones. The update is rolling out in Europe and Taiwan for the respective smartphone users through the OTA distribution.

So far, the Chinese manufacturer has pushed off the latest June 2022 security patch to many of its devices. Starting from the flagship models to reaching the entry levels, the company tried to cover all the devices with the latest improvement patches.

For the moment, Xiaomi Redmi 9T June 2022 security update is landing on the MIUI version V12.5.8.0.RJQEUXM and package size 2.8GB in Europe. Meanwhile, users residing in Taiwan are grabbing the June 2022 update with build number V12.5.4.0.RJQTWXM and package size 2.7GB.

Although the device is catching a fresh security patch. Yet, it is still running on the Android 11-based MIUI 12.5 system. Redmi 9T will get a major Android update or it has to rely on the same built is still a big question for its users.

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Xiaomi Redmi 9T June 2022 update

How to install the latest patch?

While the update is taking time to reach the compatible units. Users can try the manual way to install the new update to their device. Just run to the Settings menu, and select the About Phone section followed by the System Updates. Further, follow the on-screen norms to install the new patch.

Redmi 9T Specifications

The cost-effective smartphone that appears in four dashing colors, features an IPS LCD panel. With a 6.53-inch screen, it has a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels with 395 PPI pixel density. Besides, the device attaches a Snapdragon 662 processor and a 6000mAh battery.

On the optical side, the handset sports a quad-camera framework with a 48MP main shooter, an 8MP ultrawide lens, and a couple of 2MP macro and depth sensors. It further has a 8MP selfie camera at the top-center of the front screen.

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POCO F3 GT receiving May 2022 security update in India

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POCO F3 GT May 2022 update

Xiaomi has kicked off a new MIUI update for the POCO F3 GT smartphone that brings May 2022 security patch. The update ensures finer improvements and optimizes the system’s stability. It also works on increasing the functioning power of the device.

Currently, the May 2022 update for POCO F3 GT users is hovering in India. Users are identifying the software with the MIUI version V13.0.3.0.SKJINXM and a software package of 3.4 Gigabytes.

May 2022 Update Changelog:

The changelog does not read many details about the update except for the security patch. However, users will find a coherent and comprehensive system after upgrading their devices to the latest patch.

  • Updated Android security patch to May 2022.
  • Increased system security

The May 2022 security patch fixes different levels of exploits and issues in the system. Besides, it also resolves the hidden privacy defects found in the last security update as they could harm the users’ data.

POCO F3 GT May 2022 update

Additional Info: POCO Devices

Apart from India, some other POCO devices in different regions are also receiving a new MIUI software update. You can have a detailed view of it, below.

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POCO F4:

Poco F4 smartphone owners in Taiwan are receiving the latest June 2022 security update with version V13.0.2.0.SLMTWXM. The patch serves as a stability provider for the mobile system.

POCO F4

The Indian users holding POCO F4 in their hands are getting the June 2022 security patch. The version appears as V13.0.3.0.SLMINXM with package size 4.2GB.

POCO X4 GT/Pro

The POCO X4 GT/Pro users running their devices over Global ROM are fetching a new MIUI update that optimizes the system performance. Moreover, it improves system security and maintains the stability of the device.

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Redmi Note 10 June 2022 update brings improvements to system security

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Redmi Note 10 June 2022 update

Xiaomi has rolled out the June 2022 security update for the budget-friendly Redmi Note 10 smartphone. This update boosts the system security with the installation of the latest security patch released as of June 2022.

According to the latest information, the June 2022 update for Redmi Note 10 is arriving to version V13.0.2.0.SKGINXM. However, the OTA will apply for V13.0.1.0. Meanwhile, the available ROM has a size of 2.6GB. Hence users must have ample space in their device for storing the software.

Speaking about the latest changes, this update includes the June 2022 MIUI security patch that brings fixes for 4 critical, and 18 high levels of CVEs for improved system security. Therefore, users must install the update as it knocks on the notifications.

Changelog:

System:

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  • Updated Android security patch to June 2022. Increased system security.

Redmi Note 10 June 2022 update

Another notable point that the changelog reveals is, that currently, the update is only in access to Mi Pilots. Thus, general consumers are not capable of using this update at the moment. However, the company will soon release the update to all the users after gaining a suitable result of the respective patch.

How to Update?

While the OTA update takes some moments to reach the compatible devices. Mi Pilots can learn to install the update manually by following the given instructions:

  • Open the Settings menu
  • Select the About Phone section in General Settings
  • Tap on the System Updates
  • Let the system search for the appropriate update
  • Click on the New Version found
  • Tap on Update

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