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Xiaomi ends global MIUI beta program

Xiaomi ends global MIUI beta program

However, it is now officially confirmed that the company is completely discontinuing the Global Beta ROM for all its smartphones including the newly released smartphones and flagship smartphones.

On the cusp of its Indian launch, Xiaomi has revealed that the Redmi K20 Pro has received the highest score on AnTuTu benchmarks.

This news has made it clear that there will be no MIUI 11 update for its global variants at least for now. This means MIUI users who are keen on getting future features prior to the public release will no longer get them. The Xiaomi smartphones come with MIUI stable ROM out of the box which is mostly bug-free and also recommended for day-to-day usage.

Still "listening" to feedback At this time there are too many testers of the interface and relatively less feedback actually coming back to the company through the beta program even though users were opting for the beta program on their primary devices. Xiaomi is sending their updates through Beta and Stable editions.

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Xiaomi says that as the MIUI experience has matured, the need for stability is becoming increasingly more important and so in order to meet the demands of users and release stable version updates more frequently, it is putting a stop on the MIUI beta program from July 1, 2019.

In addition, the latest MIUI Beta ROM update 9.6.13 now also adds a customizable Lock screen clock (Settings Lock screen & password Advanced settings). Being accessible for testing purposes, the MIUI Global Beta ROM fabricates additionally convey bugs and issues that the users need to look so as to test the early options.

Apparently, a lot of people are beginning to use MIUI Beta as more models get announced.