Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 gets Android 9 Pie with new MIUI 10.3.1 stable version update

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5

Today, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 which was released in March 2018 got a new stable update (MIUI 10.3.1 stable version) which comes with the Android 9 Pie system. Amongst other features, this smartphone will now support face unlock application, photo-text watermark editing, Xiaoai voice wake-up feature, gaming features such as a phone docking window, etc.

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The specific update log is as follows:

  • App Lock: Added support for unlocking apps via face
  • Clock: Fix the problem that the timer page button clicks blink; fix the problem that the clock flashes on a special date.
  • Calculator: Fix the problem that the calculator crashes when the little Xiaoai is not turned on
  • Album: Add photo text watermark editing, added a variety of art watermark styles
  • Weather: Added cloudy and hazy animations; optimized 15-day trend interface adaptation; optimized large font and screen density related issues
  • Settings: optimize the settings page for the system application
  • Xiaoai: Added voice wake-up feature
  • Game Acceleration: Added the phone floating window function which allows the phone to display the gaming state using the floating window

Redmi Note 5

This update is currently rolling out to Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 units in China and it wouldn’t take long for the global counterparts of this device to get the update. As usual, all units will not receive the OTA update at the same time, thus you may want to check settings > system update for available updates.


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  1. Вася Петренко
    June 4, 2019

    What kind of model is it? One that is redmi 5 plus? Or redmi note 5 pro? After all, for 5+ there is still no pie, neither for China, nor for Europe.

    • Dodo Linous
      June 9, 2019

      It is for Redmi Note 5, but the nomenclature of a model can vary from market to market. Assian nomenclature is usually different from the global, but at least in cz, we had redmi note 5 and redmi 5 plus, but i know somewhere rn5 was named rn5 pro – but same phone. So mb it’s rn5 pro for your market, but really not 5+