Pocophone F1: MIUI based on Android Q
Users of the budget flagship Pocophone F1 have the opportunity to test Android 10 on their smartphone right now. For this you need to take part in the Mi Pilot MIUI program, which replaced the Global Beta program.
The manufacturer recently announced that it would end the Global beta program in early July. As July approaches, Xiaomi will starting rolling out Global ROM to users directly to the stable version.
As of July only the stable ROM of MIUI will be available to most users. However, to ensure that it arrives without any bugs, Xiaomi has decided to make the ROM stable to a limited number of committed beta users, who will analyze and submit bug reports.
It’s a limited access program, but there are even more rules for whoever participates in it than the public beta. The user will have to give feedback, and if you happen to have a Pocophone F1, you can apply for the Android Q based MIUI for Poco F1.
Xiaomi Mi 6, Redmi 6 and Redmi 6A will also have new beta
Users of the Xiaomi Mi 6, Redmi 6 and Redmi 6A may also be part of the testing program. However, unlike the Pocophone F1, its ROM will be based on Android Pie.
The basic criteria of applying for this pre-release testing phase are as follows:
- Region: All Regions
- Language of communication: English
- Communication tool: QQ(Compulsory)
- Devices: Pocophone F1(Android Q), Xiaomi Mi 6(Android Pie), Redmi 6(Android Pie) and Redmi 6A(Android Pie)
- You must have a unlocked bootloader
- Being an unstable version, you should backup your data before using it;
- You can not “leak” any ROM links, in danger of being banned from the program;
- You should be using the latest stable Global ROM from MIUI.
The end of participation date is July 7, and if you qualify for the requirements you can sign up for the MIUI community forum . There you will find all the necessary data so that you can enroll in the program.