MIUI 12 Global will be presented worldwide next week


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In its home country, the Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has already presented the new MIUI 12 and has already made a beta available for some smartphones. The final version of MIUI 12 is expected in China in the coming month – at least for the first devices. Users of the global version of MIUI will have to wait a little longer.

MIUI 12 Global will be presented worldwide next week

How long? Xiaomi could answer this question on May 19, 2020. They will present the global version of MIUI 12 at an online event. The event is scheduled for 8 pm GMT+8 time and will, of course, be streamed on YouTube. As soon as the livestream goes online, we will, of course, inform you again.

In the last week of April Xiaomi unveiled its new custom Android skin – MIUI 12. Along with the announcement the company provided several builds for plenty of handsets.  However, all those ROMs were based on the Chinese version of MIUI 12 that lacks Google Services and has only English and Chinese languages. Now, users who are waiting for the Global branch of the firmware can finally smile. After all, the company is looking for MIUI 12 Global ROM pilot testers in India.

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The Chinese firm is currently recruiting MIUI 12 Global pilot testers for only two devices in India – The Redmi K20 and K20 Pro. However, we expect to see this list growing with more devices pretty soon.

If you own either device and is interested you can apply until May 14, 9 PM IST. Of course, you must consider the fact that the beta builds are still far from stable. For that reason, we don’t recommend you to flash this if the handset is your daily driver. Through the beta program, the company will collect feedback from testers in order to fix possible bugs and deliver a stable release as soon as possible.

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