Android 12 is already close and if the predictions are true, then the final version of the new iteration of the green robot will be released early next week. But, as usual, the update will not come immediately and not to everyone. Right now, Xiaomi is testing the beta version of Android 12 on the flagships of the Xiaomi Mi 11 series, and we are talking primarily about the Chinese versions of devices.
But all indications are that the global version of MIUI based on Android 12 is ready. True, its release will be preceded by a testing phase and the company needs helpers. Today, on its official MIUI community page, it posted an announcement in which it announced the recruitment of beta testers.
It needs update testers for such models: Xiaomi Mi 11, Xiaomi Mi 11i and Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. Only the first 200 users for each of the models who are the first to register in the Xiaomi Stable ROM program for Android 12 will get a chance to become beta testers.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old and have used one of the named models. Equally important, the beta tester will have to regularly notify the company about the errors and failures found, as well as share his impressions of the work of MIUI based on Android. If you meet these criteria and have a desire to become a beta tester, you here.
Please note that those who have applied for MIUI stable tester previously need to apply again for this Android 12 update.
- Users with outstanding performance in this testing can continue to retain the testing qualifications and participate in subsequent testings.
- Each model only recruits 200 users on a first-come, first-served basis.
Google will release the stable version of Android 12 on October 4th. A number of smartphones; including Google Pixel devices, have been receiving test builds of the operating system for some time now. Previously, there were no Samsung devices among them; but recently, the South Korean company launched beta testing of One UI 4 based on Android 12; for owners of Galaxy S21, S21 + and S21 Ultra.
Registration for the beta program opened on September 14th, through Samsung Members. We should note that the number of places for participation in the testing program will be limited. In addition, it will only be available in South Korea, USA, UK, China, Germany and Poland, at least initially.
One UI 4 has undergone major changes compared to previous versions of Samsung’s proprietary shell. It got tons of new skins, new configuration options for the home screen, updated icons, fresh notification designs, resizable widgets, fresh AR emoticons, stickers, and more.