MIUI 12 is the upcoming release of Xiaomi’s Android Custom ROM. MIUI 12 for POCO F1 is now officially entered Pilot Testing phase. A selected number of users will get chance to experience beta version.
MIUI 12 for POCO F1 – Announcement
After 2-3 weeks of continuously testing, stable version will be rolled in phased manner if everything goes according to plan. Currently stable MIUI 12 is launched for few newer phones and still on process of beta testing and phased rolling.
POCO F1 when launched in 2018, turned tables for the brand and one of few phones which is in demand even after two years of launch. To recall, POCO F1 is the cheapest smartphone with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC paired with 6 GB & 8 GB RAM options with different storage variants.
Images related to MIUI 12 for POCO F1
We have collected some images from Telegram group users related to MIUI 12 for POCO F1. As per the screenshots available, V220.127.116.11.QEJMIXM is available as two packages. One package is of size 1.9 GB and another package is 789 MB in size and both the changelog state exact same.
What’s New in MIUI 12 for POCO F1 (Build V18.104.22.168)?
Apart from all MIUI 12 features, this build contains Security Patches upto July 2020. Read below article for complete features and to check whether your phone is on the list or not?
- System Updated android Security Patch to July 2020 Increased system security
How to download MIUI 12 for POCO F1?
Officially, MIUI 12 for POCO F1 is not released yet. It is available for selected users whose Xiaomi Account has been added to Mi Pilot Program for POCO F1. Even you are able to download, you will get error message at the time of installation.
By the way, it’s your choice, we have link of 1.9 GB download, if you have applied for Pilot Tester and not received OTA notification, here is the link to download. We suggest you spend your data wisely.
As per ongoing discussions and recent announcement from Xiaomi India that there will be separate MIUI India ROMs for Indian Market, what are your views? Are these new builds are based on government guidelines? Please let us know in the comments.