The Poco X2 receives the stable Android 11 update as an early build hits the Redmi Note 9 4G
After sending out the Android 11 update to the Mi Note 10 Lite earlier this week, Xiaomi has now set its sights towards the Poco lineup, with the company surprisingly rolling out a similar update to the Poco X2.
The update for the Poco X2 bears the designation "MIUI 126.96.36.199 RGHINXM", showing that it is, indeed, an early Android R build for the India-only Poco X2. The update weighs a hefty 2.4 GB and also delivers the January security patch. Of course, it is a stable beta build, so it'll only be sent out to random users initially, pending a full rollout.
The Poco X2 isn't the only phone to get a taste of Android 11. The Redmi Note 9 4G is also receiving a very early Android 11. This is a closed beta build for owners of the phone who registered for Android 11 testing. It is, as expected, only available for Chinese models, as that's the only market where the Redmi Note 9 4G is sold.