Xiaomi Redmi POCO devices to update to Android 13

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Xiaomi regularly updates its Redmi and POCO line of devices to the latest version of Android, and the company’s MIUI software page keeps track of which devices will get updated to which version of Android as well as when they can expect the update to roll out.

However, if you’re not interested in waiting for an official release and want to know what you can do with your device, then take a look at this list of Xiaomi Redmi and POCO devices that will be getting updated to Android 13 soon.

At present, only Redmi MIUI Android, Redmi devices, and POCO devices will update to Android 13. The company has not announced whether other smartphones will also receive Android 13 updates after they have updated to MIUI 11.6.

Redmi users can check manually whether their devices have been updated to MIUI 11.6 by tapping on Settings – System – About Phone – System Update on their phones. Only a small number of users are eligible for an update to Android 13 at present; generally speaking, a phone needs to be running a compatible version of MIUI.

(the most recent stable version is supported), it must have passed QA testing and its hardware must be suitable for supporting Android 13’s features. Xiaomi has confirmed that Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 6X, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, and Xiaomi Mi Max 3 have received Android 13 software updates.

The company said that these four models had successfully passed QA testing before receiving official updates. More models will likely get software upgrades in the coming months; as always, we’ll keep you posted on new developments! Redmi MIUI Android, Redmi devices, and POCO devices will update to Android 13.

The company has not announced whether other smartphones will also receive Android 13 updates after they have updated to MIUI 11.6. Redmi users can check manually whether their devices have been updated to MIUI 11.6 by tapping on Settings – System – About Phone – System Update on their phones.

At present, only Redmi MIUI Android, Redmi devices, and POCO devices will update to Android 13. List of Xiaomi Redmi devices that will update to Android 13: According to data from XDA Developers, some Xiaomi smartphones released since 2016 may be able to support Android 13 once they have received updates.

This list includes some but not all models launched since 2016. According to data from XDA Developers, some Xiaomi smartphones released since 2016 may be able to support Android 13 once they have received updates.

Devices eligible for updating

The eligible devices are Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S, Mi Mix 2, Mi 8 (Redmi 6 Pro), Redmi Note 5 (Pro), Redmi S2 / Note 5 Lite, and MIUI 10 is already available for download on all eligible Xiaomi smartphones. The company also provides comprehensive updates for its smartphones to improve user experience.

However, it does not provide updates for other smartphone brands or models even if they are running on MIUI. Check out which Xiaomi phones get Android Q! All eligible devices will receive a stable build of Android Q as part of their regular OTA updates.

It should be noted that most of these devices do not have Google Mobile Services pre-installed, so users will need to install GMS after updating to Android Q. A list of eligible devices can be found below:

Mi Mix 2, Mi 8 (Redmi 6 Pro), Redmi Note 5 (Pro), Redmi S2 / Note 5 Lite. Devices that cannot be updated: Xiaomi has confirmed that several Xiaomi smartphones released before 2016 will not receive any further updates. As such, users of these devices should refrain from updating to Android Q.

Each year there are usually two major software releases by Google. We’ve seen Nougat, Oreo, and now Pie in recent years more often than not getting minor point releases along with monthly security patches throughout the year.

These security patches typically add fixes for bugs and exploits that may arise with each new version of Android although there’s oftentimes no indication as to what exactly was patched outside of a list of bullet points outlining general bug fixes included within each patch.

Now we’re learning about another change coming down from Mountain View that could potentially impact your day-to-day use of your phone – namely disabling your ability to automatically restart apps when you open them back up after closing them out at some point prior.

List of Xiaomi Redmi devices set to update to Android 13.1 Beta 4

Xiaomi recently released MIUI 13.1 Beta 4, which brought support for Android 13. The list of devices that will update to Android 13.1 is quite long, with some models set to get it before others.

At present, Redmi Note 5 Pro users have received an update to Android 13, while Redmi 6 users are still running Android 12. Now we know that more Xiaomi devices are going to get updated soon; in fact, many of them will have Android 13 on board right out of the box when they first ship.

The company has announced that a total of 25 models will be coming with Google’s latest operating system pre-installed. Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, Mi 8 Lite, Mi 8 Explorer Edition (Mochi), Redmi Note 7, and Redmi Note 7 Pro (why did you say mochi instead of miui?), and all other new models launched after July 2019 will come with Android 13 by default.

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