New Xiaomi Android 11 update list shifts remaining confirmed devices such as the Mi 9 series, Xiaomi Black Shark smartphones, and the Mi A3 to internal testing status
The frequent Xiaomi Android 11 update lists posted by @erdilS on the Telegram group Xiaomi & MIUI News have shown the apparent rapid progression the Chinese OEM has made in regard to incorporating Android 11 with its huge range of smartphones. For the first time, there is no column for “confirmed devices”, as the remaining phones that had been in that stage have now moved to the more promising phase of “devices in internal testing of Android 11”.
This is the list of previously confirmed devices that are now supposedly being tested with Android 11:
- Xiaomi Mi 9, Mi 9 Pro 5G, Mi 9 SE
- Xiaomi Mi CC9/Mi 9 Lite
- Xiaomi Mi CC9 Meitu Edition
- Xiaomi Mi A3
- Redmi K20 Pro/Premium/Mi 9T Pro
- Xiaomi Black Shark 3, 3S, 3 Pro
- Xiaomi Black Shark 2, 2 Pro
- POCO M2
There are some other smaller changes between the previous Xiaomi Android 11 update list and this latest edition. The Mi 10 Ultra has now progressed from internal testing to an open beta phase as has the Redmi K30i 5G. A number of smartphones that were listed as “preparing to open beta”, including the Mi Note 10, Redmi K30, and POCO X2, have now unofficially been promoted to the open beta phase, too.
Unfortunately for Redmi Note 8, Redmi Note 7, and Redmi 8 smartphone owners, there has been no change in status in regard to those devices, with the ranges firmly planted in the section headed “devices won’t get Android 11”. However, there are plenty of custom ROM options available out there that are based on Android 11 for those willing to test them out.