MIUI 13 available for Xiaomi 10S, coming soon for Redmi Note 10 and 10 Pro

The official presentation of the MIUI 13 on the part of Xiaomi bears the date of last December 28 and, in the meantime, the Chinese manufacturer has started to distribute the brand new version of MIUI starting as always from the Chinese market – today, for example, it’s up to Xiaomi Mi 10S. For the European and global ones, however, something is starting to move.

MIUI 13 coming to Redmi Note 10 and Redmi Note 10 Pro

Let’s start with the updates about two Redmi smartphones, which, although they have not yet been released, are of greater interest as they also concern our latitudes.

According to what was unearthed by Xiaomi UI, the major update is practically ready for the Redmi Note 10 models (here is our review) and Redmi Note 10 Pro (here is our review). According to the source, the two smartphones will soon receive the MIUI 13 based on Android 12.

Both models with ROMs will be updated globally than those with EEA (European) ROM. In particular, as for the former, Redmi Note 10 – codenamed Mojito – will receive build number V13.0.1.0.SKGMIXM; Redmi Note 10 Pro – codenamed Sweet – will get build number V13.0.1.0.SKFMIXM. As for the models with ROM EEA, on the Redmi Note 10, the build will arrive at V13.0.1.0.SKGEUXM, while on the Redmi Note 10 Pro the V13.0.1.0.SKFEUXM.

According to the source, these updates are in the process of being released and will arrive at the latest February 2022. These timings are perfectly in line with the official roadmap, which also sees the names of Redmi Note 10 and Redmi Note 10 Pro in the list of models that will receive the MIUI 13 Global Stable by Q1 2022.


Update to MIUI 13 Stable for Xiaomi Mi 10S in China, but not for everyone

Waiting for the MIUI 13 landings in the Old Continent – at the moment only this port is available -, the rollout in China continues and today it is the turn of Xiaomi Mi 10S: this morning an OTA file of 4.7 GB was released that carries the version number V13.0.1.0.SGACNXM.

The update changelog talks about “Stable MIUI based on Android 12“, But it’s a built Stable Beta, and current availability is limited to members of the beta program. Once the presence of important bugs has been averted, the update will be released for all owners of this model (probably by the end of January 2022).

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