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Android 9.0 Pie is the latest version of Android released by Google earlier this month.

Withthis launch, most of the Xiaomi Mi & Redmi phones under might be wondering when this amazing update will be available for their Mi & Redmi devices.

Forall those users, here we have shared Xiaomi Android 9.0 Pie MIUI 11 Update Release Date, Eligible Devices, Downloads, and Features.


Xiaomi Mi A1
Xiaomi Mi A2
Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite
Xiaomi Mi 6X
Xiaomi Mi 8 / Explorer Edition
Xiaomi Mi 8 SE
Xiaomi Mi Max 3
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2/2S
Xiaomi Mi Note 3
Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 / Plus
Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro
Xiaomi Redmi Note 5
Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro
Xiaomi Redmi Y2
Xiaomi Redmi S2
Xiaomi Redmi 5


There is no official news regarding MIUI 11 release date, but it is expected to launch in DEC 18 OR JAN 19.


  • New Gesture Navigation:-

Google has finally dropped the standard three-button navigation bar at the bottom of the screen i.e. the Back, Home, and Recent buttons in favor of a new gesture-based navigation system. All the latest devices running on Android Pie includes this as a default feature while the old devices have to manually enabled this after updating from Settings > System > Gestures and enable Swipe up on Home button.

  • AI-improved battery optimization:-

A new feature called adaptive battery uses AI to optimize your energy consumption according to your app usage. It recognizes which apps you’re actively using, frequently using, frequently using together as a set or rarely using. With this information, it intelligently limits which apps are able to use up your battery life. It prioritizes everything based on your individual usage, and we can’t wait to see how well it adapts over time.

  • Digital Wellbeing:-

This is one of the unique feature introduced by Google in its latest Android 9.0 Pie ROM. It gives you the entire data of the amount of time you spend on your device. With Dashboard, you can see how long you’re using your phone to send messages, stream content, surf the internet, or even make calls. You’ll also be able to set up screen time limits for specific apps, like YouTube, and even receive recommendations to take a screen break.

  • Slices:-

Similar to App Actions, Slices let you jump right to certain actions in apps. For instance, Google says that if you search for Lyft on your phone, you’ll see a shortcut to hail a ride to work, complete with price and ETA.



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