February 29, 2020
The Redmi Note 8 Pro debuted at the end of August 2019, just a few days before the official launch of Android 10. For that reason, the smartphone came with Android 9 Pie and since then, fans have been waiting for an update. It is worth noting that it has been running the latest MIUI 11 for a while, however it is based on Android 9 Pie all over the world except China. Xiaomi promised to deliver the global Android 10 foundation, however it takes months.
Today there are signs that the global owners of this device will finally be happy. While this is not a wider rollout, it is good to know that the global version of the MIUI 11 update based on Android 10 is giving way to devices in Pakistan. It’s unclear how long it will take other markets to get this update. However, it is good to know that you are not limited to the domestic market of China.
This update carries MIUI 11 v.126.96.36.199.QGGEUXM and is quite large at 1.9GB of the total size. It’s worth noting that it also includes the February security patch. Additionally, there are system optimizations and a localized payment security icon for India. That’s what the changelog points to, but there’s still room for a few oddities. First, the ‘EU’ in the build version implies that this is an update for Europe-bound global models of the Redmi Note 8 Pro. Second, the localized security payment icon for India is strange in a Rom that It is not made specifically for India.
Despite this, let’s hope that Xiaomi will get its software update shortly. Global owners have been waiting for a long time to get this update.
Source: Redmi Note 8 Pro Android 10 update leaves China at last – Gizchina.com
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