The Xiaomi Mi 10 received the Android 11 stable update with MIUI 12 in China last month, and the units in Europe got it earlier this month. Now it's time for the Indian Mi 10 units to get a taste of the latest version of Android, as Xiaomi has started rolling out the Android 11 stable update for the smartphone in the South Asian country.
The Android 11 stable build for the Mi 10 carries version number V18.104.22.168.RJBINXM and requires a download of 2.8GB. We don't have the complete changelog of the update right now, but you can expect a bump in the Android security patch level of the Mi 10 with the new firmware along with some optimizations and improvements and a few new features.
Android 11 is rolling out over the air and should reach all the units in India soon, but if you can't wait for the update prompt to pop up on your device, you can try checking for the update manually by heading to your phone's Settings menu.
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