MIUI 11 Global Stable Roadmap: Updates in rollout

After the many reports of recent weeks, often related to beta versions, the roll out of MIUI 11 Global Stable has officially begun for the devices included in the first wave of updates. We refer in particular to those models that bear the letters MI or EU in the version code, intended for the global market (the first one) and the European market (the second one).

The differences are related to the initial configuration phase, but the functionalities are the same. Obviously, unless you unblock the bootloader and resort to a custom recovery, it is not possible to install a MI ROM on a model with EU ROM and vice versa. It is also useless to try to force the update, as the system will indicate the incompatibility between the two ROMs.

MIUI 11 updates release date

In this section we therefore present the models for which MIUI 11 is available in the Global Stable version, available in public mode and therefore freely installable by any user, provided that the corresponding ROM is present on the smartphone, which we will adequately report to you.

You can put this article in your favorites and check it daily, as we will continue to keep it updated as new ROMs are reported. If you receive an update for a model that is not on the list, you can tell us the model, so we will include it among those interested.

In most cases the update will not lead to a change of version, even if some lucky ones, at moment the top of the range, can also count on Android 10. However, you will find mention of it alongside the model name.

November 1, 2019

If we exclude the models reported in recent days, with many Global ROMs available in Beta and some EU-type ROMs, the first smartphones to receive the public version of MIUI 11 Global Stable were Xiaomi Mi 8 (MI version11.0.6.0) and the Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro (MI version 11.0.5.0) equipped with fingerprint reader in the display.

Updates also for two very popular models of the Mi MIX series, namely Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S (MI version11.0.4.0) and Xiaomi Mi MIX 3 (MI version11.0.4.0). Also Redmi 7A (EU version110.0.6.0) is updated as well as Xiaomi Mi Note 3 (MI version11.0.3.0), Xiaomi Redmi S2 (MI version11.0.1.0) and Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 / Pro (MI version 11.0.2.0).

The update for Xiaomi Mi 9 SE (MI version) is also available at this time 11.0.4.0).

November 4, 2019

Pending the roll out of MIUI 11 for the first devices of the second phase, the stable Global versions continue to arrive for some models of the first phase, which in recent days had received the beta version of the ROM.

In particular, we highlight Redmi 7A (MI version11.0.4.0), Redmi K20 / Xiaomi Mi 9T (MI Version11.0.1.0) and Xiaomi Mi 9 SE (EU version11.0.4.0). Update also for Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 (MI version11.0.2.0) and Xiaomi Mi 9 (version Mi 11.0.2.0 in this case there is also an update to Android 10).

For Xiaomi Mi 6 (MI version11.0.3.0) and Redmi 7 (MI version11.0.2.0 and EU version 11.0.3.0) there are no variations related to Android, but it was predictable.

November 5, 2019

Today the reports concern Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite (MI version11.3.3.0). Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A (MI version) is also updated11.0.3.0). Android 10 also arrives on Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro (EU version) 11.0.3.0).

News also for Redmi 8A which is updated both in MI version (OTA from MIUI 10.3.3.0) and in the EU version (OTA from MIUI 10.3.3.0). A few hours after the MI version, Xiaomi Mi 9 is also updated (EU version) 11.0.5.0), also in this case obviously with Android 10.

November 6, 2019

MIUI 11 arrives on Xiaomi Redmi 5 (MI version11.0.1.0) and on Xiaomi Mi Play (MI version11.0.1.0). Also available Fastboot ROMs, for installation via Mi Flash, for Xiaomi Mi 9 (EU version) and (MI version) and for Redmi 7 (EU version).

Also, Xiaomi Mi Note 2 (MI version 11.0.2.0) is updated, remaining at Android Oreo.

November 7, 2019

Today MIUI 11 is available for Xiaomi Redmi 6A (MI version11.0.4.0) and for Xiaomi Redmi 6 (MI version11.0.1.0). Also available the fastboot ROM for Redmi K20 / Xiaomi Mi 9T, for those who want to switch to MI from the CN or EU version (MI version 11.0.1.0).

November 8, 2019

It is Xiaomi Mi MIX, the first of the series, to receive the update to MIUI 11 today (MI version)11.0.2.0), closely followed by Xiaomi Mi MAX 2 (MI version 11.0.2.0).

November 12, 2019

Also, Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro, the last of the series to have been marketed with the Xiaomi brand, is updated to MIUI 11 (MI version11.0.1.0). Update for Xiaomi Redmi 5A (MI version) is also available 11.0.2.0).

November 15, 2019

The second phase of updates to MIUI 11 for Xiaomi smartphones in the international version continues to roll out. Today it’s up to Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (MI version 11.0.2.0) followed closely by Xiaomi Redmi 4 (santoni MI version11.0.2.0) e (mido version MI11.0.2.0). New update instead for Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 / Pro (whyred version MI11.0.3.0) and Xiaomi Redmi S2 (ysl MI version 11.0.2.0).

With a few days in advance on the roadmap, MIUI 11 also arrives for Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro (IN version11.0.1.0), reserved for Indian users. At moment the rollout concerns only some users, so it is likely that this is a beta version of MIUI 11 Stable, and that the final version is really around the corner. At moment the release is still based on Android 9 Pie, so for Android 10 there will be a wait.

Zorain Zubair
Zorain Zubair
Zorain is co-founder of TechLapse. Based in Pakistan, Zorain is currently studying Business Management and aims to achieve the title of Chartered Accountant. Zorain loves writing about various technology news. He can be reached at: [email protected]

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