Xiaomi is the leaders in the global smartphone market sector and part of its success is also thanks to MIUI, its Android customization that has come to the doorstep of a new full-bodied update in the Redmi, Poco, and Xiaomi smartphones.
Xiaomi MIUI 13.5, the new iteration of MIUI that will soon arrive on a large number of devices from the Chinese manufacturer. The novelties for the new MIUI are mainly under the hood, so let’s see the models that should officially receive the update:
- Xiaomi 12/12 Pro/12X/12 Ultra/12 Lite.
- Xiaoomi Mi 11T/11T Pro.
- Xiaomi Mi 11 /Mi 11i/ Mi 11 Ultra /Mi 11 Pro/Mi 11X Pro/11 Lite 4G/ Mi 11 Lite 5G/11 Lite 5G NE.
- Xiaomi Mi Mix 4.
- Xiaomi Mix FOLD/Mix FOLD 2.
- Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite.
- Xiaomi Mi 10/Mi 10 Pro/Mi10 Ultra/Mi 10 Lite/Mi 10 Lite Zoom.
- Xiaomi Mi 10T/Mi 10T Pro/Mi 10T Lite.
- Redmi Note 11/Note 11 Pro/Note 11 Pro 5G/Note 11 4G/Note 11T/Note 11 Pro/Note 11 Pro+ 5G/Note 11S.
- Redmi Note 10/Note 10 Pro.
- Redmi-Note 9 Pro 5G.
- Redmi K50/K50 Pro/K50 Gaming.
- Redmi Note 8 (2021).
- Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G.
- Redmi-10/10 Power/10 Prime/10 Prime 2022/10C/10A.
- Redmi Note 11E/Note 11E Pro/Note 11T Pro/Note 11T Pro+.
- POCO M4/M4 Pro 4G/M4 Pro 5G.
- Little X3 Pro /X4 Pro 5G/X3 GT/X4 GT/X4 GT+.
- POCO-F4/F4 Pro/F3/F3 GT.
- LITTLE C40/C40+.
The following would be models that will not receive the update, according to Xiaomiui:
- Xiaomi Mi 9/Mi 9 SE/Mi 9 Lite/Mi 9 Pro/Mi 9T/Mi 9T Pro.
- Redmi K20/K20 Pro/K20 Pro Premium.
- Redmi Note 8/Note 8T/Note 8 Pro.
- Redmi-9A /9AT/9i/9C; Poco C3/C31.
What has just emerged certainly applies to the Chinese market, but we can assume that the models marketed in Global will follow the same concept. We still don’t know the timing according to which Xiaomi plans to release the updates.