Xiaomi has added Redmi Note 7, Redmi K20, Redmi 7, Mi Play, Mi 9 SE, amongst others within the record of smartphones that can now not obtain any software program or firmware updates (together with safety updates). The Chinese firm additionally says that the smartphones included within the End-of-Support record (EOS) may not even reply to safety vulnerability reviews. Xiaomi releases month-to-month in addition to quarterly safety patch updates for its units for not less than two years after the product is listed within the market.
As per the EOS-list, shared in its official Telegram channel Mi Fans Home, Xiaomi included numerous smartphones that won’t obtain the software program or firmware updates going ahead. The record consists of smartphones reminiscent of Redmi K20, Redmi Note 7 Pro, Redmi Note 7S, Redmi Note 7, Redmi 7, Redmi Y3, Mi Pad 4 Plus, Mi Pad 4, Mi Play, and Mi 9 SE. These handsets is not going to get the MIUI 13 replace. The Redmi Note 7 sequence, and the Redmi K20 have been fashionable smartphones of their respective classes on the time of their launch in 2019.
Xiaomi releases month-to-month and quarterly safety patch updates on Xiaomi units for not less than two years after a product itemizing within the market. These updates embrace Android safety patches launched by Google in addition to patches for Xiaomi-specific points.
Xiaomi launched the MIUI 13 as a successor to MIUI 12.5 in India earlier this 12 months. The customized pores and skin is claimed to enhance defragmentation effectivity on units by up to 60 % and enhance learn and write effectivity by up to 60 % over the earlier MIUI variations. It is touted to be targeted on improved efficiency, redefined design, and multitasking options. It additionally brings a brand new system-level file storage system known as Liquid Storage in addition to assist for widgets that appear like those on iOS 15.