Back in April, Xiaomi announced to the world their next big thing for MIUI fans, the latest version MIUI 12 comes adding a set of new features and improving things that were already good. Since the announcement, the company has been working hard to bring to update to a huge number of Xiaomi devices. While some are still plagued with uncertainty, others are getting MIUI 12 all the way around. In China, the company is almost finished with most of its eligible devices running the latest OS. Now, it is shifting its focus to the Global markets like India. If by any chance you have a Redmi 6 Pro wandering around, be glad to know that it is the latest device to get MIUI 12 treatment in India!
If you’re unaware, the Redmi 6 Pro is already running MIUI 12 in China since the beginning of August. The device got the update alongside the Redmi S2 in China, which sells in Inda as Redmi Y2. The Redmi 6 Pro, however, kept its name on both markets. After considering that the Chinese update is pretty much done, the company moved its focus to the Indian variant. Worth noting that the update is reaching just a small portion of users right not. If no last-minute bug appears, then the company will move forward and bring MIUI 12 to more users. We expect all units to be running it before mid-September.
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The new update for the Redmi Note 6 Pro boats V188.8.131.52.PDMMIXM in the country. Worth noting that the build may change if there’s a stability issue with this one. However, at the time of this writing, Xiaomi keeps pushing this firmware forward. Worth noting that the Redmi 6 Pro now joins the small list of Indian devices running the new software. The list includes phones like Redmi K20 Pro, K20, POCO X2, Mi 10, and Poco F1. The new update includes new features like a revamped Control Panel, Dark Mode 2.0, and a bunch of new security features.
Redmi 6 Pro specs
The Redmi 6 Pro was one of the last Xiaomi smartphones to pack a Snapdragon 625 chipset. It packs 3GB of RAM and 32GB of Expandable Storage. The device also has a Dual-Camera combo comprising a 13MP main and a 5MP secondary unit. It has a 5.84-inch FHD+ display with a wide notch comprising a modest 5MP snapper. Worth noting that this smartphone is the very same Mi A2 Lite released in 2018 featuring stock Android.