by Parth Singh May 5, 2020, 2:52 pm
Xiaomi is working on the stable release of its upcoming MIUI 12 ROM in China, and it is only a matter of a few weeks before the company releases the ROM for the global users.
In China, Xiaomi has planned to release this update in a phase-wise manner to ensure that the process of MIUI 12 update is as fluid as possible. The first phase of update focuses on the high-end devices and is currently in progress and will end by July. Once the first phase is over, Xiaomi will work on the next two phases, and thus, nearly all the Xiaomi phones in China will get an MIUI 12 update by the end of July.
July would also be the time when Xiaomi will start focusing on MIUI 12 for its smartphone users outside China. As of now, Xiaomi hasn’t released any official roadmap on how it will roll out the global update of MIUI 12, but it is fair to assume that the method would be quite similar to the update process in China, i.e., in a phase-wise update. Now, one of the most popular phones by Xiaomi, especially in India and Europe, is the Poco F1, which the company unveiled in 2018. Poco F1 was pretty much the flagship phone by Xiaomi in 2018, and this makes it highly likely that the company would continue to support this device despite the fact that Poco is working as an independent company outside China.
As for the MIUI 12 update for Poco F1, we can only estimate when will it come, and that too if Xiaomi considers updating the device. So, assuming that Poco F1 is getting an MIUI 12 update, it should receive the update during the first phase, and that puts the estimated release of MIUI 12 on Poco F1 somewhere around late July or early August.
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