Xiaomi has rolled out the Oreo 8.1 update for beta testers, the stable version
Android Oreo 8.1 beta comes with the June security patch. A stable version is expected to roll out next month.
After several twists and turns, Xiaomi finally released the Android Oreo 8.0 update via OTA for the Mi A1 smartphone on December 31 last year (Review). Now that the phone has been launched under the Android One program, it will get two more version updates as promised by Google and Xiaomi. As a result, Xiaomi was aggressively working on the Oreo 8.1 update but did not release a timeline for the rollout. A report claims that some beta users have already received the 8.1 update.
According to a report, several beta users received the Oreo 8.1 update with the June security patch but without any triple support on the device. A stable version is expected to roll out next month. He also announced that the device will also get the Android P update.
The latest stable Oreo update was over 1GB (1107.4MB) and gave users new notification management settings that allow users to snooze notifications for later viewing, notification points, adaptive icons, picture-in-picture for apps like Google Maps and VLC. Add some tweaks to the bottom of the surface to make new emoji and streamline performance. The update brings support for faster charging on the Mi A1 which was missing all this time.
Xiaomi recently announced its MIUI 10 at an event. The beta version of MIUI 10 will launch in mid-June and the stable versions will start rolling out in September.
The company recently launched its Mi 6X smartphone in China, which was expected to launch worldwide as the Mi A2 – the successor to the company’s Mi A1 smartphone. According to a report from XDA developers, a Mi A1 successor is working, which is said to be based on the Mi 6X, along with another Android One smartphone.