MIUI 12.5 starts rolling out to the Mi 10 Pro and Poco F2 Pro globally
Xiaomi has slowly sent out the MIUI 12.5 update to a number of its phones. For most of those devices, the Chinese models have received priority, as is Xiaomi's policy. The company is now expanding the rollout to include the global model of two of its 2020 premium phones, the Mi 10 Pro and Poco F2 Pro.
For the Mi 10 Pro, the OTA arrives with the build number "MIUI 18.104.22.168 RJAMIXM". That shows it's an early MIUI 12.5 build based on Android 11 for the global model of the Mi 10 Pro. The update is said to offer performance improvements, with up to 25% improved power consumption and background memory usage. The update also delivers the June security patch.
For the Poco F2 Pro, the update bears the software designation "MIUI 22.214.171.124 RJKMIXM", showing that it's incredibly similar to the Mi 10 Pro's update. It's based on Android 11 and is rolling out to the global model of the Poco F2 Pro. This update weighs in at exactly 1 GB and delivers the June security patch. This, as well as the Mi 10 Pro's update, is in the stable beta stage, so will only be sent out randomly pending a full rollout.