As anticipated with the release of the first versions of Android 11 from Google, Xiaomi has worked so that the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro have their own version adapted to MIUI 12.
The Said version released yesterday was only released for users who have the Chinese Beta Development ROM. As expected, it has certain errors that make it not a stable version.
At the moment the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro have certain problems with Android 11, such as the case of failing Bluetooth connectivity, My Share file-sharing application does not work, nor does taking screenshots in long format.
Xiaomi has communicated that it is working to solve these errors, in addition, it promises that a stable version will soon arrive for MIUI 12 users in the Chinese ROM.
For the moment, users who have the Xiaomi Mi 10 or Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro must wait for the company to release said update in the Global ROM.
We recall that both Xiaomi flagship models have not yet received MIUI 12 in their Global stable version. Since its launch both Xiaomi Mi 10 has only received two updates pertaining to security patches. Xiaomi is expected to release MIUI 12 this month on both terminals in its stable Global version, but there are no arrival dates yet.
Yesterday the Poco F2 Pro was the last model to receive MIUI 12 in the stable Global ROM. So at the moment only the Xiaomi high-end and mid-high range launched in 2019 has received stable MIUI 12.
Android 11 will reach all smartphones launched in 2020, as well as smartphones launched in 2019. Xiaomi will gradually work to update the system of all these terminals, but there are no dates set for their reception. We hope that over the months we will have more information on the updates that will arrive as well as the dates on the receipt of said update.