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These 9 Xiaomi phones are updating to Android 13

If you have one of these nine Xiaomi mobiles, very soon you will be able to enjoy all the news of Android 13. Xiaomi is, pacing with Google and Samsung, the manufacturer that faster updates your device with the latest Android version, and when there are only a couple of months left before the arrival of the first stable version of Android 13, the Chinese giant is already starting to update your devices with the new version of the mobile operating system from the Mountain View company.

A good proof of this is that after recently updating the Xiaomi 12 and 12 Pro, now the Chinese firm is deploying the update to Android 13 on 9 other Xiaomi, Redmi, and POCO mobiles. The POCO F3 is one of the Xiaomi phones that are already being updated to Android 13.

9 Xiaomi phones are updated to Android 13

As they confirm to us via Xiaomiui the Chinese brand has started to roll out the update to Android 13 on 9 other Xiaomi, Redmi, and POCO smartphones. The nine devices of the Chinese firm that are receiving this update are the following:

  • Xiaomi Mi 11
  • Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro
  • Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G
  • Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G New Edition
  • Xiaomi Mi 10S
  • Xiaomi CIVI
  • Xiaomi Mi MIX 4
  • Redmi Note 10 Young Edition

These nine Chinese brand mobiles are receiving an updated version of MIUI based on Android 13 with version number 22.8.7which includes a number of system optimization improvements and, of course, the vast majority of the functions of the new version of Android.

You can already know if your Xiaomi will receive MIUI 14 Of course, you should keep in mind that this update it is only reaching, at the moment, a small group of users who previously requested it and that the disembarkation of the same to the rest of the owners of these devices will be slow, since first, it is necessary to solve a series of problems already detected, such as excessive power consumption or a series of SIM card read errors that appear sometime after starting the device.

Ron Harold

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