The Mi Note 10 Lite is one of the popular models of the Xiaomi Mi Note series. But, the smartphone will not receive the MIUI 14 update. While many users were expecting the new update to come to the model, for unclear reasons the update will not be released.
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite was powered by the Snapdragon 730G chipset. This smartphone should have received the update. But unfortunately, we have to give the sad news. MIUI 14 has not been ready for the Mi Note 10 Lite for a long time and the internal MIUI tests were stopped a few months ago. All this confirms that the Mi Note 10 Lite will continue to run on MIUI 13.
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite MIUI 14 Update
The Mi Note 10 Lite was launched in April 2020. It comes out of the box with MIUI 11 based on Android 10. It has a 6.47-inch AMOLED 60Hz display and this panel offers an excellent viewing experience. On the processor side, the Snapdragon 730G welcomes us. The Snapdragon 730G is similar to processors like the Snapdragon 732G. There is only a slight difference in clock speeds.
While the Redmi Note 10 Pro and many models receive the MIUI 14 update, the Mi Note 10 Lite will not. This is rather strange, because smartphones like the Redmi Note 9S/Pro have received the MIUI 14 update. There are no significant differences in terms of features. So why might it not have received this update? The reason is unknown. When we analyze the internal MIUI tests, the MIUI tests of the Mi Note 10 Lite seem to have stopped.
The last internal MIUI build of the Mi Note 10 Lite is MIUI-V23.2.27. After this build, testing was stopped and for a long time, the Mi Note 10 Lite has not received a new MIUI update. Although Mi Note 10 Lite users will be upset, the smartphone will not receive the update.
It should also be noted that. Note that the MIUI 14 update does not bring any significant changes. Even if you don’t receive the update, the impressive features and optimization of MIUI 13 will keep you happy for a while. After that, your phone will be added to the Xiaomi EOS list. At that point, you can try switching to a new phone or installing Custom ROMs.