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Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 SE installs first May 2022 MIUI update



Redmi Note 11 SE May 2022 update

Xiaomi has begun rolling out May 2022 security update for the Redmi Note 11 SE smartphone in China. Alongside, Redmi Note 10 5G users in the native region are also grabbing the same update via OTA (over the air) distribution.

Nowadays, the Chinese manufacturer is busy in rolling out the June 2022 security patch for its flagship smartphones. But that doesn’t mean that it has forgotten the mid-rangers and entry-level devices. Hence, on the side track, the company is continuously pushing off new patches for its gadgets.

May 2022 MIUI Update

If we hint at the changelog, there aren’t any big additions. Yet, we find the May 2022 security patch. Besides, unlike the other updates, the new security patch is sailing on the Android 11-based MIUI 12.5 board.

Here is some more information about the new update:

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

The May 2022 security update for Redmi Note 11 SE users showcase the software version as V12.5.5.0RKSCNXM. Further, it has a software package, weighing a size of 3.1GB. Hence, users must have ample space on their smartphones.

Redmi Note 11 SE May 2022 update

As mentioned, Redmi Note 10 5G is also receiving the May 2022 security update. Simultaneously, Redmi Note 10 5G is grabbing the same update in Europe as well. However, the huge difference that lies here is the MIUI interface that differs for both regions.

For installing the latest patch, navigate to the Settings > General Settings > About Phone > System UpdatesUpdate.

Redmi Note 11S Specifications

The newly arrived [May 2022] cost-effective smartphone features an IPS LCD screen that gives 1080 x 2400 pixel resolution. Further, it supports the MediaTek chipset and 5000mAh battery.

Concerned with optical matters, it sports dual-shooters. One is the primary lens with 48MP and the other a 2MP macro sensor as well as a selfie cam slot of 8 Megapixels.

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