Xiaomi- A Chinese tech brand that is currently the talk of the town due to various reasons. On one hand, Xiaomi has been up to date in rolling out updates or if not, at least aware users about how the brand is dealing with the pandemic and what the works are for the existing and upcoming devices. But on the other hand, Xiaomi has failed to provide the update for some of its devices, which has ow become a common update most of the devices of other brands have received- Android 10 update.
We have currently received the news about Android 10 updates status for two of Xiaomi’s most reputed devices- Redmi Note 7 Pro and Note 6 Pro. A part of the news is exciting and another being disappointing, look at it yourself!
Redmi Note 7 Pro Android 10 Status-
Redmi Note 7 Pro is a low budget smartphone that was released in March 2019. The device is available in three variants- 64GB 4GB RAM, 64GB 6GB RAM and 128GB 6GB RAM. The Note 7 Pro is powered by an octa-core processor with a Snapdragon 675 chipset. This smartphone boots on Android 9 OS out-of-the-box.
Redmi Note 7 Pro started receiving an advanced beta version of the Android 10 update early this year. As soon as users started believing that its time to expect the stable version of Android 10 update to start hitting devices, the pandemic broke out and the lockdown hits markets so hard that there were no details about the update for Note 7 Pro for very long.
What makes things worse is, Android 11 developer builds, and previews are out about which our site is filled with articles. With the development in the tech world being so high and at such a fast pace, Redmi Note 7 Pro users are still waiting for a stable Android 10 update that was promised at an early stage.
There cannot be many complaints against the brand too as COVID-19 has locked everybody in rooms for weeks together, be the common people or officials working for giant tech brands. But users have powerful tools and ways of reaching the reps via social media and forums. People lash out on the brand for the delay in Android 10 update roll out as you can see below.
Replying to one of the users who typed their heart out, here we are with the official Android 10 updates status for Redmi Note 7 Pro.
Stable Android 10 update is currently under development for Redmi Note 7 Pro. We can expect more details and hopefully the update itself sometime after April 14, 2020.
Redmi Note 6 Pro Android 10 status-
Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro is a low-range smartphone from the brand that was out in the month of October in 2018. This device is available in three variants- 32GB 3GB RAM, 64GB 4GB RAM and 64GB 6GB RAM. Note 6 Pro is powered by an octa-core processor with a Snapdragon 636 chipset. This smartphone came with Android v8.1 which is now upgradable to Android 9 (Pie).
Redmi Note 6 Pro users have been expecting Android 10 update and there is a strong reason why. If not like OnePlus which is seen to push 3 Android updates even for their oldest of devices, Redmi users can expect at least 2 software updates like other devices that run on Android OS.
The official Mi site holds the Q&A sections where one of the users have questioned about Android 10 update for Redmi Note 6 Pro.
But the sad news is, reports have been surfing around the web that Redmi Note 7 Pro might not be receiving an Android 10 update. Disappointment strikes users as the hope for receiving an Android 10 update after the pandemic settles ends today.
We will update the article if the officials change the decision. Stay tuned to be notified about further details regarding Android 10 update for Redmi Note 6 Pro and Note 7 Pro. Also, share this article with all the Redmi users out there!
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