Android 11 is officially available for the Xiaomi MI 10 and MI 10 Pro one day after the Pixel

Xiaomi doesn’t stays behind in the race, since just yesterday announced that their launching a global update of Android 11 for their top products only one day after the statement of Google.

Xiaomi is definitely an impressive company, because it has become an Android tycoon in less than a decade all over the world. This company goes beyond selling cheap phones, since their products are top-quality and is not surprise that they expect to become the best phone fabricators in the world.

That’s why they decided to upgrade their devices to Android 11 as fast as they could, since the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro are spectacular hardware pieces, but their software wasn’t very impressive. We all had doubts about the MIUI, but it looks like Xiaomi is giving everything to reach the top as fast as they can.

Android 11 is here for the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro

While Google was just announcing that they had begun the upgrade of the Google Pixel, Xiaomi jump in front of the competition. The company indicated that their most famous models the Mi 10 and the Mi 10 Pro will upgrade to Android 11 starting the same day that they made the statement.

The Chinese company has a lot of faith in the Android 11 system, since they confirm many useful features within it, like:

·         Chats: If you wish to have a proper way to manage all the notifications of your social media, Android 11 offers you different features to make chatting easier for you. For example, you can save time, because you can answer all the messages from the notification center and you can set different levels of priority for all of your conversations.

·         Bubbles: Even though multi-tasking is already easier, it can be way easier with the bubbles of Android 11. If you don’t want to miss what’s going on in one app, but you can’t just keep this app open, you can use a bubble and the app remains within your sight always.

·         Control of your devices: Now a day we have plenty of smart devices, but it’s a little annoying to keep track of all of them. Android 11 is the solution for that, since you can use your phone as some kind of remote control for most of your gadgets without having to open different apps and performing confusing settings.

Many more upgrades on the way

Although the Xiaomi Mi 10 was the first model to upgrade to Android 11 on its beta phase, these phones are not the only ones of the company that are on the list to receive the new operating system.  The company announced that all of the following models are going to run Android 11, but they haven’t set a date yet:

 

  • Poco F2 Pro.
  • Redmi K30 Pro.
  • Mi Note 10.
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite Zoom.
  • Redmi K30, K30i, K30 5G y K30 Pro.
  • Mi Note 10 y Note 10 Pro.
  • Mi Note 10 Lite.
  • Redmi K20.
  • Xiaomi Mi 9T.
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5G.
  • Xiaomi Mi 9 y Mi 9 Pro 5G.
  • Xiaomi Mi 9 SE y Mi 9 Lite.
  • Xiaomi Mi A3.
  • Xiaomi Mi 10X Pro y Mi 10X 5G.
  • Redmi Note 9, 9S, 9 Pro y 9 Pro Max.
  • Redmi 9, 9C, 9A.
  • Poco C3 y M2.
  • Black Shark 3, 3 Pro y 3S.
  • Black Shark 2, 2 Pro.
  • Redmi K20 Pro.
  • Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro.