Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 9 is the ’s latest smartphone to have Android 11. MIUI 12 and older are supported by the upgrade. The Redmi Note 9 gets MIUI 12 based on Android 10 last year. So far, Android 11 has been installed on almost all Redmi Note 9 phones. Finally, much like its brothers, the vanilla Redmi Note 9 will receive Android 11.
This story was first published on June 22nd, and it was last updated on July 8th.
The phone is known as the Redmi 10X 4G in China, and it has already received an upgrade there. The update is already being sent out to the Global and Russian models. The phone was released last year with MIUI 11 out of the box, which is based on Android 10. It also received the MIUI 12 upgrade later last year.
The V18.104.22.168.RJOMIXM and V22.214.171.124.RJORUXM build numbers for the Redmi Note 9 Android 11 upgrade are rolling out for Global and Russia, respectively. Given that this is a big upgrade, it will come as no surprise if you receive a file that is larger than 1GB.
When it comes to new features, anticipate significant modifications. Most of the Android 11 features are included, including Chat Bubble, Improved Privacy, Better Notification, and more. For other Xiaomi phones, you may anticipate the same functionality as Android 11. Expect a boost in performance as well.
As you may be aware, the update is now available for the Global and Russia versions; however, more areas will receive the update in the near future. So, if you own a Redmi Note 9 in the Global or Russian markets, you will soon receive the update. The upgrade is accessible as a Stable beta, which will initially be confined to a small number of individuals. And it will be widely available soon.
June 25th: Redmi Note 9 Pro Max now receives Android 11 update
In India, Xiaomi has begun rolling out the Android 11 upgrade to the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max. The new update seeds with the software version V126.96.36.199.RJXINXM. The updated software includes a plethora of improvements, as well as a reduction in system delays. The upgrade is now only accessible to pilot testers, but it should be available to everyone in the coming days.
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