The POCO X3 NFC It is one of the most outstanding mid-range models launched in 2020 in Spain. Already in its analysis we could see it, a device called to dominate this market segment. This device came with MIUI 12 as an interface, although in its case with Android 10 as the operating system.
Many users with this POCO X3 NFC were waiting for it Xiaomi out to release the update to Android 11 for the device. That moment has come, because the company releases the first build for the device, which is already being officially deployed.
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Android 11 arrives at POCO X3 NFC
The update of Android 11 with MIUI 12 for this POCO X3 NFC has as number V184.108.40.206.RJGEUXM and is intended for devices in Europe. This means that users in Spain with this phone who are part of the beta program will be able to access it shortly. No security patch has been introduced in this update, so users stick with the February patch.
The arrival of Android 11 is the main novelty In this update, by bringing to this device the new features of this version of the operating system, such as notification bubbles, notification history, one-time permissions, the new multi-media menu and more. In addition, it also brings some own MIUI changes, such as a new version of the default launcher.
This update to Android 11 for the POCO X3 NFC is considered a stable beta, so it is launched for those users subscribed to the My Pilot beta program. If there are no problems in this beta and the users who have installed it give positive feedback, it will not take long for it to be launched through an OTA officially for other users.
If you have this phone, it doesn’t seem like you have to wait too long until the stable update is released. When it is available, it will be launched through an OTA, so you will receive the notification informing of its availability. If you want to try it, you can download it from this link now.
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