Xiaomi will be launching the stable build of MIUI 10 by the end of this month. The company had released the beta version for India last month. The beta testing is expected to conclude by July 24. Users will then start receiving the stable version of Xiaomi's custom ROM.
The company has launched a list of devices that will receive the Global stable ROM once the beta version completes its testing period. There are some surprise entries in the list of devices but it seems Xiaomi has skipped the new Redmi 6 series from the list. Considering that the Redmi 6 series is the company's latest line-up and is expected to sell in good numbers, the devices should receive the update sooner than later. The Redmi 5 series phones have featured in the list as well. Unsurprisingly, Xiaomi has named the Mi 8 series in the list.
Here are the 28 devices that will get the MUI 10 stable update:
The new MIUI 10 brings a lot of design changes in the latest ROM which seems to be inspired from the latest Android P update.
One of the biggest changes can be seen on the 'Recents' page of the operating system. Xiaomi has taken a unique approach to the 'Recents' screen. The new layout lets-in more tasks at a time by placing the windows vertically. The new aspect ratio will be put to use by the full-screen display gesture. To delete a task one will have to swipe and for more options the user will have long press on the task.
The new UI will be heavily invested in AI. Even older Xiaomi devices will get the support for features like bokeh effect. The AI will also be able to detect scenes automatically and apply changes accordingly.