The standard Redmi Note 9 smartphone, which was launched as a less expensive counterpart of the Redmi Note 9 Pro, will receive the Android 11 upgrade one year after its initial release. While Google is working on a much newer version of Android, many smartphones, like the Redmi Note 9, are still trapped on Android 10.
One year after its initial release, the regular Redmi Note 9 smartphone, which was released as a less costly alternative to the Redmi Note 9 Pro, will receive the Android 11 update. While Google is working on a newer version of Android, many devices, such as the Redmi Note 9, remain stuck on Android 10.
The Redmi Note 9’s global and Russian versions have received the Android 11 upgrade. V220.127.116.11.RJOMIXM and V18.104.22.168.RJORUXM is the firmware number for the former. The aforementioned software releases are now in a “stable beta” state, according to the MIUI Upgrade Tracker telegram channel, which implies that the brand has only distributed the update to a limited number of customers.
The Android 11 upgrade for the Redmi Note 9 is likely to be released to everyone in the coming days, including Indian customers. The update has rolled out in stages over the air. According to the update’s changelog, it includes a stable MIUI based on Android 11 as well as the Android security patch for May 2021. The worldwide variant’s Android 11 upgrade is 2.1GB in size, while the Russian model’s update is 2.3GB.
The base variant of this phone costs Rs 10,999. It comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The 4GB/128GB and 6GB/128GB models of the devices. Rs 12,999 and Rs 13,999, respectively. The phone is available in a variety of color options across all channels.
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