List of Xiaomi models that will lose update support as of March 2024

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Xiaomi is known for its active approach to software updates, regularly providing new features and security patches to its devices. However, as technology advances, some older devices may not be able to run the latest software due to hardware limitations. In such cases, Xiaomi periodically stops providing update support for these models.

As of March 2024 Xiaomi, Redmi, and POCO models that have lost update support include several popular models such as the Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite, Mi 10T, and Mi 10T Pro, along with the Redmi K30 Ultra, Redmi 9 series, and various POCO models like the POCO X2 and POCO X3 NFC. These models will no longer receive MIUI, Android, or security updates, which means they will remain on their current software versions.

However, Xiaomi has clarified that they do not completely close the door on these models. If a serious security vulnerability is detected, they will provide updates to address these issues, even for devices that are no longer officially supported. This approach helps ensure that users can continue to use their devices safely, even if they are no longer receiving regular updates.

List of Mi models whose Android and security updates support have come to an end

  1. Mi 1
  2. Mi 2
  3. Mi 2A
  4. Mi 3
  5. Mi 4
  6. Mi 4S
  7. Mi 4C
  8. Mi 5
  9. Mi 5S
  10. Mi 5S Plus
  11. Mi 5C
  12. Mi 5X
  13. Mi 6
  14. Mi 6X
  15. mi 8
  16. Mi 8 Lite
  17. Mi 8SE
  18. Mi 8UD
  19. Mi 8 Pro
  20. Mi 8 Explore Edition
  21. Mi 9
  22. Mi 9 Lite
  23. Mi 9 Pro 5G
  24. Mi 9T Pro
  25. Mi 9 SE
  26. Mi CC 9
  27. Mi CC 9e
  28. Mi CC 9 Pro
  29. Mi Note
  30. Mi Note 2
  31. Mi Note 3
  32. Mi Note Pro
  33. MIX
  34. MIX 2
  35. Mi MAX
  36. Mi MAX 2
  37. Mi MAX 3
  38. Mi A1
  39. Mi A2
  40. Mi A2 Lite
  41. Mi A3 ( Android One)
  42. Mi Pad
  43. Mi Pad 2
  44. Mi Pad 3
  45. Mi Pad 4
  46. Mi Pad 4 Plus
  47. MIX 2S
  48. Mi MIX 2S
  49. MIX 3
  50. Mi MIX 3
  51. Mi PLAY
  52. Mi Note 10
  53. Mi 10 Lite Zoom (CN)
  54. Mi Note 10 Lite
  55. Mi 10 Pro (GLOBAL)
  56. Mi 10 Pro (EEA)
  57. Mi 10 (TR)
  58. Mi 10 (ID)
  59. Mi 10 (EEA)
  60. Mi 10 (IN)
  61. Mi 10 (RU)
  62. Mi 10 (GLOBAL)
  63. Mi 10 (CN)
  64. Mi 10 Ultra (CN)
  65. Mi 10T Pro (GLOBAL)
  66. Mi 10T (GLOBAL)
  67. Mi 10T Pro (EEA)
  68. Mi 10T (EEA)
  69. Mi 10T Pro (IN)
  70. Mi 10T (IN)
  71. Mi 10T Pro (LM)
  72. Mi 10T Pro (MX)
  73. Mi 10T (MX)
  74. Mi 10T Pro (RU)
  75. Mi 10T (RU)
  76. Mi 10 lite 5G (TW)

List of Redmi models whose Android and security updates support have come to an end

  1. Redmi 1
  2. Redmi 1S
  3. Redmi 2
  4. Redmi 2A
  5. Redmi 3
  6. Redmi 3S
  7. Redmi 3X
  8. Redmi 4
  9. Redmi 4X
  10. Redmi 4A
  11. Redmi 5
  12. Redmi 5 Plus
  13. Redmi 5A
  14. Redmi Note 1
  15. Redmi Note 1S
  16. Redmi Note 2
  17. Redmi Note 2 Pro
  18. Redmi Note 3
  19. Redmi Note 4
  20. Redmi Note 4X
  21. Redmi Note 5
  22. Redmi Note 5A
  23. Redmi Note 5 Pro
  24. Redmi Pro
  25. Redmi 6
  26. Redmi 6 Pro
  27. Redmi 6A
  28. Redmi Note 6 Pro
  29. Redmi S2
  30. Redmi Y2
  31. Redmi Go
  32. Redmi Note 7
  33. Redmi Note 7S
  34. Redmi Note 7 Pro
  35. Redmi K20
  36. Redmi 7
  37. Redmi Y3
  38. Redmi K20 Pro
  39. Redmi 7A
  40. Redmi 8
  41. Redmi Note 8 Pro
  42. Redmi Note 8T
  43. Redmi 8A
  44. Redmi 8A Dual
  45. Redmi K30
  46. Redmi K30 5G
  47. Redmi K30 5G Speed
  48. Redmi 10X (CN)
  49. Redmi 10X Pro (CN)
  50. Redmi Note 9 (EEA)
  51. Redmi Note 9 (ID)
  52. Redmi Note 9 (GLOBAL)
  53. Redmi 9 (CN)
  54. Redmi 10X 4G (CN)
  55. Redmi 9A (GLOBAL)
  56. Redmi K30i 5G (CN)
  57. Redmi K30S Ultra (CN)
  58. Redmi Note 9 (RU)
  59. Redmi 9 (EEA)
  60. Redmi 9A (EEA)
  61. Redmi 9A (RU)
  62. Redmi 9A (ID)
  63. Redmi 9A (IN)
  64. Redmi Note 9 (TR)
  65. Redmi 9A (CN)
  66. Redmi 9 (ID)
  67. Redmi 9C (GLOBAL)
  68. Redmi 9C NFC (RU)
  69. Redmi K30 Ultra (CN)
  70. Redmi Note 9 (GLOBAL)
  71. Redmi Note 10 5G (MX)
  72. Redmi 9C (EEA)
  73. Redmi 9 (GLOBAL)
  74. Redmi 9 (IN)
  75. Redmi 9 (RU)
  76. Redmi 9C (ID)
  77. Redmi 9C NFC (EEA)
  78. Redmi 9A (TR)
  79. Redmi 9 Prime (IN)
  80. Redmi 9C NFC (GLOBAL)
  81. Redmi 9C (TR)
  82. Redmi Note 9 Pro (ZA)
  83. Redmi 9 (ZA)
  84. Redmi 9C (MX)
  85. Redmi Note 9 (TW)
  86. Redmi Note 9 (CN)
  87. Redmi Note 8
  88. Redmi Note 9 Pro (TW)
  89. Redmi Note 9T (RU)
  90. Redmi Note 9T (TR)
  91. Redmi Note 9T (EEA)
  92. Redmi 9T (ID)
  93. Redmi 9T (TR)
  94. Redmi 9T (GLOBAL)
  95. Redmi 9T (TW)
  96. Redmi Note 9T (TW)
  97. Redmi Note 9T (GLOBAL)
  98. Redmi 9T (eea)
  99. Redmi 9T (ru)

List of POCO models whose Android and security updates support have come to an end

  1. POCO F1
  2. POCO PHONE F1
  3. POCO F2 Pro (GLOBAL)
  4. POCO X2
  5. POCO M2 Pro (IN)
  6. POCO X3 (IN)
  7. POCO X3 NFC (RU)
  8. POCO X3 NFC (ID)
  9. POCO X3 NFC (TR)
  10. POCO M3 (TW)
  11. POCO M3 (RU)
  12. POCO M3 (TR)
  13. POCO M3 (ID)

As of March 2024, several Xiaomi models will no longer receive updates, meaning users will remain on their current software versions. While this news may disappoint some users, it reflects the reality of the fast-paced technology landscape, where hardware advancements are essential to support the latest software features and improvements.

Xiaomi, like other smartphone manufacturers, faces the challenge of balancing the provision of updates with the demands of newer software versions. This requires continuous hardware advancements to keep pace with software developments. Users should stay informed about their device’s update status to make informed decisions when considering new smartphone purchases.

It’s important to understand that discontinuing update support for certain models is a common practice in the industry. Manufacturers must allocate resources effectively and focus on supporting devices that can run newer software versions efficiently. This decision ultimately benefits users by ensuring a smoother and more optimized user experience on supported devices.

By regularly updating the End of Support (EOS) list, Xiaomi aims to keep users informed about which models are no longer receiving updates.

Rashmi
Rashmi
Rashmi is the Editor of PhonesWiki. She launched PhonesWiki back in 2018, turning it into a top spot for phone news and updates by 2019. Now, it's your go-to for leaks and solutions to phone problems. Her first phone was a Nokia 6610, but now she relies on an iPhone 14 Pro as daily driver. Rashmi's a tech enthusiast through and through, always tinkering with gadgets and gizmos. When she's not writing, you'll find Rashmi hanging out with her beloved pet, enjoying some quality playtime. Have a tip or just want to say hello? Contact her at info@phoneswiki.com

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