On July 4th, MIUI official on Weibo announced that the MIUI based on Android Q has arrived. The Xiaomi Mi 9 Android Q Beta version will officially begin to recruit early adopters. Moreover, MIUI also added the first list of Xiaomi phones which will support the Android 10 Q update on MIUI 10.
According to the plan, Xiaomi 9 Android Q beta version is expected to start in Q4 2019. The phones on the list are:
The Xiaomi Family
- Xiaomi Mi 9 (first update priority)
- Xiaomi Mi 9 SE
- Xiaomi Mi 8
- Xiaomi Mi 8 screen fingerprint version
- Xiaomi Mi 8 transparent exploration version
- Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S
- Xiaomi Mi MIX 3
The Redmi Family:
If Google Android Q plan changes, Xiaomi will adjust it as appropriate.
What’s New in Android Q?
According to information released by Google, one of the biggest changes in Android Q is that app rights management is more strict, claiming to be the strictest in history.
In Android Q, Android has raised a new level of application rights management: when the application asks for your location, a new window pops up, which can be provided when the application is opened or not provided at all; the user can control access to the shared file; the user has more strictly manage application-enabled permissions
In addition, Android Q provides system-level support for folding screens, including UI, games, application split screens, and more. From this point of view, Google also believes that folding screens will be a new form of future smartphones.
It should be noted that this is the first list of Xiaomi phones which will support Android 10 Q update, made official by MIUI. More phones will be added in after Q1, 2020.
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