When Xiaomi completed the rollout of the MIUI 11 Global Stable ROM rollout program at the end of last year a lot of users were unhappy because the update was based on older Android 9 Pie instead of the latest Android 10. There is good news for them because the Chinese OEM is now rolling out the stable beta version of the Android 10-based MIUI 11 update to a few of those devices.
Xiaomi started the update with Redmi K20 (aka Mi 9T globally) last month. It is one of the devices that received the global stable beta update. However, the other devices are getting the Chinese stable beta as of now. They include Mi Mix 3, Mi 9 SE, Mi 8 SE, Redmi Note 7, and Redmi Note 8 Pro.
Since these are beta updates, users must take very good care while installing them because they are susceptible to bugs. Users need to do a custom recovery to flash the installable ROM. Hence, complete knowledge of the process is necessary to proceed with the update.
The Android 10-based update to the MIUI skin brings a lot of new features and improves the privacy, security, and stability of the software. As far as the stable version is concerned, it might be followed soon.