These Xiaomi Phones Will Stop Receiving Updates Soon (EOL Time)!

According to Xiaomi’s old update policy, Xiaomi’s Mi series devices were receiving 2 Android updates, Redmi series devices were receiving 1 Android update. Xiaomi has made an improvement in this regard. Mi series will receive 3 Android updates, Redmi Note series will receive 2 Android updates, Redmi series will receive 1 Android update. Devices in the list below will soon stop receiving updates completely.

MIUI 13 update

Devices that stopped receiving updates with Android 11

  • Mi 9 / 9SE / 9 Lite
  • Mi 9T / Mi 9T Pro
  • Mi CC9 / Mi CC9 Meitu
  • Redmi K20 / K20 Pro / K20 Pro Premium
  • Redmi Note 8 / Note 8T / Note 8 Pro
  • Redmi 9A / 9AT / 9i / 9C
  • POCO C3 / C31

Devices that will stop receiving updates with Android 12

  • Redmi 9 / Prime / 9T / Power
  • Redmi Note 9 / 9S / Pro / Pro Max
  • Redmi Note 9 4G / 5G / 9T 5G
  • Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G
  • Redmi K30 4G / 5G / Ultra / K30i 5G / Racing
  • Redmi 10A / 10C
  • POCO C4
  • POCO X3 / NFC
  • POCO X2 / M2 / M2 Pro
  • Mi 10 Lite / Youth Edition
  • Mi 10i / 10T Lite
  • Mi Note 10 Lite

Some devices above have already received their latest update. And some devices will also get their last update this year. Of course, this list is not official. It is a list determined according to General updates made by Xiaomi. Unless Xiaomi makes a change on the update, the EOL list is expected to be like this. Also, it is not certain that they will receive the MIUI 13 update for devices that have been EOL with Android 11. Probably Mi series will get MIUI 13 update for only Chinese ROM. But even if they get MIUI 13, there will be no innovations that require Android 12 base, such as the new Control Center.

Android 11 based MIUI Control Center / Android 12 based MIUI Control Center

On Android 11 based MIUI 13, There is a control center in the style of the first control center. However, there is a completely redesigned control center in Android 12 based MIUI 13. for some, the new Control Center is unpractical. This varies from person to person, but there is a brand new design in question.

Android 11 based MIUI One-Handed mode / Android 12 based MIUI One-Handed mode

You cannot use one-handed mode when full-screen gestures are turned on in MIUI 13 based on Android 11. On the Android 12-based MIUI 13 side, you can use one-handed mode even when full-screen gestures are open. In terms of user experience, this is a necessary feature.

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