Xiaomi Mi 10 Users will get Android 11 BETA soon

Android 11 BETA was released yesterday on some smartphones, for BETA testing. Pixel phone owners may download it straight now on their devices. But non-Google Pixel owners will have to wait for their phone’s developer to make it available for purchase.

In addition to Oppo, Xiaomi has announced the availability of Android 11 for its flagship Mi 10 5G smartphone, which follows in the footsteps of its predecessor. In fact, although Android 11 is still in development, Xiaomi will enable owners of the Mi 10 to test drive the operating system. Also, Read iPhone 13 leaks about the Camera.

Although no official release date has been announced for the Android 11 beta, it is likely that individuals who have signed up for the program will get it within the next month. Having said that, the Android 11 beta that you get on the Mi 10 may vary from the Android 11 beta that you see on the Pixel phones.

If you recall, the Mi 10 is a Xiaomi flagship that runs on the company’s MIUI operating system, which is based on Android.

Android 11 promises significant improvements over the existing Android 10 operating system, both in terms of user interface modifications and security measures.

Android 11 will bring a slew of new features, including notification floating icons for messaging applications, a redesigned power menu, a redesigned notification shade, a scheduled dark mode, and much more. In spite of the fact that these capabilities are new to Android, they have been featured in most custom Android skins for years, including Xiaomi’s MIUI.

Having said that, although Android 11 is expected to be released worldwide in the coming months, Xiaomi’s own phones will get the new MIUI 12 software upgrade. The MIUI 12 upgrade is also now in beta testing, and as is customary for all businesses, the flagship phones will be the first to get the update. The Redmi K20 series is expected to get the MIUI 12 upgrade first, followed by the Mi 10 flagship, which will receive the update in a second batch.

However, although both Android 11 and MIUI 12 are exciting new software updates, you should bear in mind that they are still in the beta stage, and as a result, these versions are likely to include bugs in addition to other problems.

At the moment, the Mi 10 is Xiaomi India’s flagship smartphone offering, with prices beginning at Rs 49,999. The Xiaomi Mi 10 is the company’s first 5G-enabled smartphone, and it comes equipped with some of the most high-end features available.

The phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor that delivers top performance, and the primary camera has a 108-megapixel sensor that captures very detailed images. Aside from that, the Mi 10 is one of the very few smartphones that can handle 30W rapid wireless charging.