Xiaomi has dropped MIUI updates for its six devices, MIUI 9 will be the last big

Xiaomi has confirmed that MIUI 9 will be the last big update for Mi 2 / 2S, Mi 4i, Redmi Note 4G, Redmi 2, Redmi 2 Prime and Mi Note smartphones. The update will be launched on these six devices from next month.

Xiaomi earlier this month announced the MIUI 9 Global ROM based on the Redmi Y1 as well as Android 7.0 Nougat. The latest version of the company’s Forked Android platform has started rolling out for the Redmi Note 4 and MI Max 2, and the Chinese smartphone maker has announced support for 2012 dating devices. However, Xiaomi has now made it clear that MIUI 9 will be the last major update for all six devices.

In a thread on the MIUI forum, Xiaomi made it clear that the Mi 2 / 2S, Mi 4i, Redmi Note 4G, Redmi 2, Redmi 2 Prime and Mi Note closed beta and public beta will both be suspended from MIUI 9 Global Beta ROM. MIUI 9 Global Beta ROM 7.11.16 will be the latest beta update for the devices mentioned above. Xiaomi says it is removing these devices from future updates to improve MIUI’s performance. “After lengthy discussions and evaluations about device release times, active users, hardware performance, etc., we have to make a difficult decision to suspend updates to 6 devices.”

Xiaomi also mentioned that the MIUI 9 Global Stable ROM and Redmi 1S for these six devices will launch next month and the rollout will be completed by January 2018. Those who have flashed MIUI 9 Global Beta ROM on these devices will be rewarded. With flashing in MIUI 9 Global Stable ROM.

At the launch of the Redmi Y1, Xiaomi confirmed that it would roll out the MIUI 9 Global Stable ROM for its 34 smartphone models. The update is already coming to Redmi Note 4 and Mi Max 2 and will be rolled out to Mi Mix 2, Redmi Y1, Redmi Y1 Lite, Redmi 4X, Mi 5 and Mi Max from mid-November. With all devices rolling out by the end of January, Xiaomi will start working on future updates for its smartphones, including the Oreo update.

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