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Redmi Note 9 Finally Gets The Update To Android 11!

The Redmi Note 9 was released months after the release of the Redmi Note 9 Pro, the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max and the Redmi Note 9S. Despite this, it arrived with MIUI 11 based on Android 10. Now, almost a year after its release, Redmi Note 9 has finally started receiving the Android 11 update.

Remember that Redmi Note 9 for international markets is known as Redmi 10X 4G in China. Usually when there is a Chinese variant of the device xiaomi, it receives the new system update first.

Hence, the Redmi 10X 4G was the first to get MIUI 12 last year. Unsurprisingly, it was also the first to get Android 11 earlier this year. Four months later, Xiaomi ended up releasing the same update for the internal version of this smartphone.

Currently, the Android 11 update for Redmi 9 is only available for the global and Russian variants. The update contains the mappings V12.0.0.0.RJOMIXM and V12.0.0.0.RJORUXM, respectively.

These software versions are in a “Stable Beta” rating. This means that it is only available to selected users. However, very soon they will reach everyone.

This is definitely good news. And there is another new thing coming to MIUI which should be available later for this device. I’m talking about MIUI Battery Health. This function has already started appearing first in a file Redmi Note 10. However, there are more models that will be included in the batch. I’m specifically talking about Mi 11 UltraAnd the We are December 11And the Wednesday 11, Mi 11 LiteMi 10 Extreme Commemorative Edition Mi 10 ProAnd the Wednesday 10Redmi K40 Pro +Redmi K40 Pro, Redmi K40 e Redmi K40 Game Enhanced Edition.

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