Last year, Xiaomi announced its best-ever smartphone ever in the form of Mi 10 Ultra. This handset was released to celebrate the company’s tenth anniversary. This device debuted with MIUI 12 based on Android 10. Now, after six months from its launch, the handset is finally receiving the Android 11 update.
In August 2020, Xiaomi launched two China-exclusive smartphones called Mi 10 Ultra and Redmi K30 Ultra on the occasion of its 10th anniversary. The duo was released with the Android 10-based MIUI 12 operating system.
However, the firm started seeding the ‘Stable Beta’ update (V188.8.131.52.RJJCNXM) for Mi 11 Ultra only on February 1. A little over two weeks later, this build is now available for more users as it seems to have termed as ‘Stable’.
For those unaware, MIUI Stable Beta builds are basically stable builds for limited users to test for possible major bugs. If there are no problems, the same build is rolled out to a wider audience as a stable update.
Therefore, in case you have imported this handset from China, then do check for any new OTA update from the phone’s Settings app. That said, the Mi 10 Ultra should receive at least one more Android update and three MIUIXiaomi’s update track record.
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