Xiaomi Rolling Out MIUI 13 Based On Android 13 For Mi 12 / Pro

MIUI 13 beta

Not long ago, the Pixel devices began getting the first stable build of Android 13. Xiaomi, as one of the closest partners of Google, followed its steps. Today, from the Mi community, we learned that the China-based first-tier smartphone maker started pushing the first stable build of MIUI 13 based on Android 13 for its two flagship models – Xiaomi 12 and Xiaomi 12 Pro. Those who have already downloaded and installed the new update should confirm that it brought all new goodies coming our way from Android 13.

MIUI 13 Beta Rolled Out To Testers

By the way, if you are a newbie in the Mi fan camp, there are two kinds of stable MIUI releases: “beta stable” and “stable.” The former is available only to a small group of users who test it and report bugs. Once it’s completely ready, Xiaomi rolls it out to a wider audience.

Further reading: Top 3 Important Features Of The MIUI 13 Control Center

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Currently, only the Xiaomi 12 and Xiaomi 12 Pro are getting the MIUI 13 build based on Android 13. And this is a “beta stable” release. Thus, if you check your phone and there is no update notification, it means you are not in the group of testers. However, if you are a part of the Mi Pilot beta testing program, follow the links below to get your piece update.

Download MIUI 13 beta for Mi 12 | Mi 12 Pro

From the screenshots, we can assume that the MIUI 13 beta stable version for the Mi 12 is 4.2GB. At the same time, the one for the Xiaomi 12 Pro is 4.3GB. The changelog includes not only the new Android 13 features but also the Android security patches for August 2022. Note that this update is for the global editions of the two.


Also, once you install it and find some bugs, it’s normal. There even could be performance issues and overheating. We think some third-party apps won’t respond as well. This is what usually happens with beta releases.

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