Xiaomi Rolls Out Android 14-Based MIUI Beta for Three Phone Models

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Google is preparing to release Android 14 in stable form at some point this summer or in the autumn. On the other hand, Xiaomi is looking for beta testers for Android 14-based MIUI. In all this interesting scheme, the users can benefit the most.

Referred to as the “MIUI beta version,” the new update will arrive in a stable form later this year, and it shall be known as MIUI 14.1. Xiaomi has specifically chosen its latest flagship models in its endeavor to provide early access to Android 14, as Notebookcheck has discovered. The flagship models in question are the Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro, and they are eligible for beta testing. Interestingly enough, the Xiaomi 13 Ultra and Xiaomi 12T Pro have not made the cut. Despite this situation, the chances are high for Xiaomi to expand recruitment in the future to include the Xiaomi 12T Pro as well.

The famous Chine brand Xiaomi is currently seeking beta testers for the Global ROM version of MIUI and not for other variations such as the EU or Indian distributions. To determine the version of MIUI installed on your phone, you can head over to the Settings menu and select “About phone,” where a “MI” indication confirms the presence of a Global ROM build.

Xiaomi also mentions that the selected beta testers, limited to 2,000 per phone, should be willing to visit a Xiaomi Service Center in the event of any issues that may appear after the installation of the beta ROM upgrade.

Released last year in October, the Xiaomi 12T Pro is easily one of the best phones that the Chinese brand has to offer. The gadget features a camera lens of 200MP, a huge 6.67-inch AMOLED display with Dolby Vision and 120Hz for the refresh rate, as well as the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. Those are just a few of the top specs of the Xiaomi 12T Pro.

Cristian Antonescu
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