Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is another successful Android smartphone released in 2018. Updates are coming for the smartphone with the MIUI 10 Global 9.3.25 Beta and Android Pie. After the testing done in February by beta testers, within the next weeks, all the users can the Android Pie based MIUI Global Beta Rom.
At the moment of launching in February, the Redmi Note 5 had an Android Nougat. Later in September, it got updated to MIUI 10 and now is ready to receive Android Pie. Also, be aware, it’s the first beta update, and it could have plenty of bugs.
We know some things about the update on Redmi Note 5. First of all, the beta version for Android Pie is MIUI 10 9.3.25 beta. Second of all, it will measure 1.7 GB, and it’s bringing a dark mode. Also, the users will see some style changes and a new option in Settings.
Also, the new update will bring the last Android security patch, and the Game Turbo feature. With the help of the Game Turbo, you can have a fluid gaming experience; and run messaging apps differently in windowed mode. All of this while you’re playing games.
The Game Turbo feature from Redmi Note 5 Pro is the same as for the Pocophone F1.
However, Xiaomi has officially done the update in closed beta. That means there are a few users who will receive it. Take caution before you download the update from forums and other links with the update.
Moreover, Xiaomi had the beta registration window for testing the new Android Pie on the Redmi Note 5. After March 15 it’s probably that the process will begin shortly.
Finally, the Chinese company has released an update for the Redmi Note 6 Pro and Redmi 6 Pro with the same Android Pie-based MIUI Global Beta.
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