Back in August, Xiaomi rolled out the MIUI 12 stable update to the Xiaomi Mi 9 SE a few months after the official announcement. Similarly, exactly three months later, it seems to be bringing the MIUI 12.5 to the device in China.
A new update with firmw are version vI220.127.116.11.RFBCNXM is rolling outXiaomi Mi 9 SE in China. The update weighs about 2.4GB in size and brings the latest stable MIUI 12.5 based on Android 11 and March 2021 security patch to the device.
That said, the update brings the latest MIUI 12.5 features like the UI Design improvements, more Super wallpapers, improved privacy, haptics, MIUI+, uninstallable built-in apps, and more. Xiaomi launched this incremental UI back in December 2020.
A few weeks later, it put out a list of eligible devices to get the update in the first batch of rollout in China. Accordingly, the Xiaomi Mi 9 SE is among the first devices to get a stable update in the country. And expect more devices to get it in the coming days.
Anyway, the update is currently in the Stable Beta recovery stage so it will be rolled out to a few and later to everyone after ensuring there are no bugs. Not just the Chinese version, the global version for the Xiaomi Mi 9 SE is also eligible for the Android 11 update
It is worth noting that the Mi 9 SE launched with Android 9 Pie and had got a major update of Android 10 already. In terms of UI, the Mi 9 SE debuted with older MIUI 10 and has already got two major UI updates(incl. MIUI 11). Hence, this could be the last update for the device.
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