Xiaomi Overtake Oneplus, Realme and Vivo are Exposed to The Impact of Corona
Chinese mobile manufacturer, Xiaomi, has to delay the discharge of the OS update MIUI 11. It’s surely smartphones due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Beijing took the sanitary steps to prevent the virus epidemic indeed require Chinese manufacturers to vary their calendars.
For Xiaomi, some models need to wait several weeks to be ready to get MIUI 11 supported the Android 10 update. As quoted by GizChina, Xiaomi announced the delay via Chinese social media Weibo.
As an effort to tackle the coronavirus outbreak, the Chinese government actually still prohibits the operation of most of the country’s businesses and factories. But a few days ago, they reopened some activities.
In a press release, Xiaomi determined that the latest beta MIUI 11 is not available on time for some smartphones, namely Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro, Mi 9, Mi 8, Redmi K20 Pro, Mi 6, Redmi K30, Redmi K30 5G, Mi 10 / Mi 10 Pro and Mi MIX 2S. The company promises to distribute MIUI 11.2 20.2.19 in beta in the coming weeks for the phones.
because of the plague, Xiaomi is not only a brand that must change the plans. In the previous couple of weeks, OnePlus, Vivo and Realme have experienced equivalent difficulties.
OnePlus, for instance, delayed the spread of security patches on OnePlus 7T for 2 weeks. The same thing happened with Realme which delayed the firmware update for Realme X2. Later, Vivo has to postpone the newest update to its Funtouch interface.