European Poco F2 Pro owners will soon be able to benefit from Android 11. Xiaomi will indeed roll out the update to a small number of users before generalizing it. The X3 NFC would also be affected, according to indications from Google Play and Geekbench.
Better (a little later) than never. A week after deploying the Android 11 update to the Poco F2 Pro in Asia, Xiaomi is preparing to share it with Europeans. The operation will be limited to some smartphones for the moment, the time that the Chinese manufacturer assesses the stability of the operating system. The update contains all the features ofAndroid 11, as well as the o security patchOctober 2020.
The successor to the Pocophone is not the only one to switch entirely to the new version of Android. According to information gathered from the Geekbench analysis software, the X3 NFC would also be in the process of receiving the update. Similar details were also spotted on the Google Play Store. Europe will likely be the first continent to be able to install Android 11 on the X3 NFCs, followed closely by India.
Android finally arrives on the Poco F2 Pro
The update is called 188.8.131.52 RJKEUXM and requires 2.9 GB storage. The main features of Android 11 will be available, along with those offered by MIUI 12. However, there are a few safety precautions you should take before installing it. The September security patch, in particular, amounts to a small disappointment since the December security patch is already available. Switching immediately to the new version could therefore be dangerous for some users.
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In addition, the update is still in the testing phase on our continent, it is possible that it causes heat and performance concerns, although it is supposed to improve the latter. Finally, some non-native applications may be unusable for a while. A restart to factory settings can be effective in the event of a technical problem. However, we can bet that Xiaomi will not deploy the new version of Android until all these inconveniences have been resolved.
Source: Adimorah Blog