A new version of the Android 10 Beta Stable is rolling out to the Pocophone F1 – v184.108.40.206.QEJMIXM (in late January we saw 220.127.116.11QEJMIXM). Beta Testers / Mi Pilots will be the first to get it, but if no issues come up, the update will be made available to the general public “within a few days”.
No changelog is provided as it changes quickly as the developer team squashes the last few remaining bugs. Depending on the feedback from people running the beta, the Stable release will be seeded to everyone soon.
So, if you’re running Beta Stable on your Poco F1, be on the lookout for the update notification. It won’t come instantly, though, as even the update for the beta testers is pushed out in stages.
Even though there’s no official change log, the first beta testers to get the update are reporting smoother performance, fixed Bluetooth headphones connection when using the AAC codec, fixed calendar widget and a few other changes. Check the Source link for a Q&A and more details.
"Beta stable", either it is beta or stable, can't be both. The idea of beta software is that it is feature complete but contains bugs, either known or unknown.
Redundancy??? try explaining that to satisfied users of Poco F1. or else own one and use it for a while and then comment. Essentially need to remember how much is paid and what value is received. Cheers.
in my opinion, POCO F1 is something what happens in tech world once in 20 years! this phone is even now better than most oft he mid-rangers on the market.