Xiaomi Mi 11T Series to Get Four Years Of OS Updates

Xiaomi is gearing up to launch its next-generation flagship models - the Mi 11T series on September 15. In addition to offering four years of updates to these upcoming Xiaomi smartphones, the company is also planning to bring support for extended Android OS updates and security updates to its previous offerings that exist in the market.

Highlights

  • Xiaomi is gearing up to launch its next-generation flagship models - the Mi 11T series on September 15.
  • Mi 11T and Mi 11T Pro smartphones are all set to get three generations of Android OS updates.
  • It is unlikely that Xiaomi might include the budget devices for this extended software support.

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Xiaomi Mi 11T With MediaTek Dimensity SoC Likely In Pipeline

Xiaomi just announced that the Mi 11T and Mi 11T Pro smartphones are all set to get three generations of Android OS updates. This adds to the support for four years of security updates offered to these phones. Furthermore, the Chinese tech giant shared this information on its official blog post on its website today.




Xiaomi Mi 11T OS Updates

Xiaomi is gearing up to launch its next-generation flagship model - the Mi 11T series on September 15. In addition to offering four years of updates to these upcoming Xiaomi smartphones, the company is also planning to bring support for extended Android OS updates and security updates to its previous offerings that exist in the market.

Notably, it is unlikely that Xiaomi might include the budget devices for this extended software support. Even its flagship phones such as the Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra are likely to be eligible to get the extended update cycle.

The company’s head of product and technology, Albert Shan, stated that it is not simple for Xiaomi as well as its team to offer system updates and security patches to all earlier models in its portfolio. The prospect of this challenge is to meet the desires of the customers.

Currently, the South Korean tech giant Samsung is the sole Android device manufacturer to provide four years of security updates as well as three years of OS updates to its offerings. Previously, OnePlus had assured to provide the same but it is limited only to its premium and flagship models.

Xiaomi Mi 11T Series: What To Expect?

When it comes to the rumours that are making on the internet, the smartphone is expected to arrive with a 120Hz display that will be ideal for gaming and watching multimedia content, a 64MP primary camera sensor at the rear accompanied by a telemacro sensor and an ultra-wide sensor and a capable MediaTek processor.

Given that the flagship smartphones will see the light of the day on September 15, we will get to know more details soon. Until then, we can expect some more clarity from the company or tipsters.

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