Xiaomi Ends Official Updates for Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro, and POCO X3

has just officially added three more smartphones to its list of devices that will no longer receive official updates. This affects the Xiaomi Mi 10T, Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro, and POCO X3.

These smartphones have now joined the ranks of devices that won't receive any more attention or care from the tech giant. In simpler terms, they won't be getting any official updates.

Released towards the end of 2020, these phones have enjoyed three years in the market. According to the company‘s support policies, it's now time to cease official updates for these models.

Xiaomi's Latest Update: Three Smartphones Run Out of Support

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It's worth noting that the Xiaomi Mi 10T, Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro, and POCO X3 still fall under Xiaomi's old update policy. It stipulates a three-year update period, a period that has now come to an end.

The decision to discontinue updates may be easier to accept for the POCO X3, a more modest model. However, for owners of the Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro, the news is a bit more sad.

With these phones being flagship models powered by the capable Snapdragon 865 processor, it's reasonable to think they could handle more updates. After all, the Qualcomm processor in these devices still performs admirably.

It's important to note that Xiaomi's most recent products have a longer update support period, up to five years. Some smartphones released in 2021 and beyond will still receive updates for three years.

This shift reflects Xiaomi's dedication to extending the lifespan of its devices. Aligning with changing user preferences to hold onto their smartphones for more years. In this fast-paced tech world, it's a reminder of the evolving dynamics in the smartphone industry.

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