Xiaomi has promised to bring over Android Pie for The Mi 6X, the Redmi Note 5 (Redmi Note 5 Pro in India), the Redmi 6 Pro and the Redmi S2 (Redmi Y2 in India), with the internal beta estimated to be ready within Q1 of 2019.
The Smartphones have been confirmed to receive Android Pie 9.0. The date concerns specifically the Chinese market, but even other users will not have to wait too long. It is very likely, in fact, that by the end of the month of March, the mentioned phones will begin to receive the update to Android Pie 9.0, with a new version of the MIUI.
If you would like to participate in the internal beta program for these devices, head on over to the Beta Sign-Up page. Keep in mind that beta software is called beta for a reason, so only sign up if you know what you are walking into. For those unsure, keep calm and wait for stable Pie.
It is worth to mention that Xiaomi customized operating system is one of the most searched systems in China and this ROM has exceeded 300 million users worldwide. It has experienced 402 weeks of development and update. It is one of the longest-running ROMs in Chinese mobile phones. A major update every year has become the practice of MIUI. Not surprisingly, in 2019, MIUI 11 will come with the new generation of Xiaomi’s flagship mobile phone.