MIUI 15: preliminary list indicates which phones will get the update

has been testing 14 on the Xiaomi 13 line and preparing for the launch of MIUI 15. A preliminary list has emerged, indicating which older smartphones from the brand will receive the software and which ones will remain on MIUI 14.

MIUI 15 is expected to be unveiled in mid-November, boasting several features and optimizations. The plan is to distribute MIUI 15 alongside Android 14 for many of the latest Xiaomi smartphones, starting with the Xiaomi 14/13 lines. Additionally, recently released Redmi devices like the Note 12 line and Redmi K60 will also receive the update, including the POCO X5 and F5.

However, it's important to note that this list is preliminary and has not been officially confirmed by Xiaomi. Moreover, newly launched and newer smartphones are not included in the list. As they are likely to receive MIUI 15 due to their short time on the market and Xiaomi's software policy.

Xiaomi's MIUI 15: Which Smartphones Will Get the Update?

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Here is a breakdown of smartphones that we expect to receive MIUI 15:

  • Mi 10 / Mi 10 Pro / Mi 10 Ultra / Mi 10S
  • Mi 10T / Pro / Redmi K30S / Redmi K30 Pro / POCO F2 Pro
  • Redmi Note 10 / Redmi Note 10 Lite
  • Redmi A1 / Redmi A1 Plus / POCO C40 / POCO C50
  • Redmi 10 Power / Redmi 10C / Redmi 10A / Redmi 10 India
  • Redmi Note 9 Pro / Redmi Note 9 Max / Redmi Note 9S

On the other hand, the following smartphones are not expected to receive MIUI 15 due to their market time and hardware limitations. Xiaomi, Redmi, and POCO have to leave some devices behind on MIUI 14 due to the extensive list of eligible devices:

  • Mi 10 Lite / Mi 10T Lite / Mi 10i 5G
  • Redmi K30 / Redmi K30 5G / Redmi K30 Racing / Redmi K30i
  • Redmi Note 9 / Redmi Note 9 5G / Redmi Note 9T
  • Redmi 10X / 5G
  • Redmi 9 / Redmi 9C / Redmi 9A / Redmi 9 Prime / Redmi 9i / Redmi 9 Power / Redmi 9T
  • POCO M2 / Pro / POCO M3 / POCO X2

It's important to emphasize that Xiaomi has not made an official statement regarding this matter. Therefore, it's crucial to regard all this information as mere rumors for now.

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