Xiaomi ento end MIUI Global Beta ROM program effective July 1

Kelley Robertson
June 18, 2019

The end of Xiaomi's MIUI beta program only impacts users who use Xiaomi phone with MIUI - not Android One and Android Go devices like the Mi A2. As per an official post shared by the company last month, the device is expected to be launched in mid-July in the country.

Xiaomi closed its post by saying that the company will still gather user feedback, although without a beta program, it is hard to ascertain just how they would gather bug reports from users along with suggestions for future updates.

In view of the Redmi K20 series launch, Xiaomi is aggressively taking on other flagship phones, specially the OnePlus 7 Pro.

Xiaomi stated in the forum post, "As the MIUI experience has matured, the need for stability is becoming increasingly more important". The new change will come into force from July 1, the Beijing-based organization declared through its MIUI Community discussions. But a recent announcement in China, specifically talks about the MIUI integration with Android Q OS. They spend more time in this area on perfecting the stable release of the software in its new devices instead of maintaining the beta build in an older version of their smartphones. Xiaomi is sending their updates through Beta and Stable editions.

One Mi8 user, jorgenriqeruiz, claims that bugs in their Mi8's global stable MIUI vanished once they installed the beta MIUI. Meanwhile, Xiaomi has said that 10 Redmi phones will not get the upcoming MIUI 11 upgrade or any Global Beta update going ahead. Instead of waiting or the stable update, the users are installing the beta ROM in order to try the new features added by the developers.

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