Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 MIUI 10 Stable OTA update starts rolling out in India


Redmi Note 3 Review -10

Xiaomi announced MIUI 10 Global back in June at an event in India and MIUI 10 Global Stable ROM roll out began back in September for various devices including Redmi Note 5 Pro, Redmi Note 5, Redmi Y2. Since then the company has been rolling out MIUI 10 Global Stable update for devices one after other. Now the company has started rolling out MIUI 10 Global Stable ROM for the 2016 budget bestseller Redmi Note 3 in India.

The new update comes as MIUI 10.1.1.0.MHOMIFI and is 261 MB in size and is based on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow). Though the update doesn’t bring Android version upgrade, Xiaomi has managed to enable Split Screen and Quick Switch on devices running Android 6.0. In the changelogs, Xiaomi has mentioned that it has updated the Android security patch on the device but it still runs on July 2018 security patch. MIUI 10 brings major changes like Full-screen gesturesRedesigned Notification PanelRedesigned Volume Sliders, Improved multitasking management, natural sound system, and a lot more, for more details on MIUI 10 refer to this post.

Xiaomi has already announced their plans to drop MIUI support for Redmi Note 3 Pro (called Redmi Note 3 in India), as per the post on MIUI Forum, MIUI 10.2 will be the last MIUI Stable update for the device. The company has already suspended MIUI Global Beta ROM update for the device, last MIUI Global Beta update for Redmi Note 3 Pro was released in November. Check out the changelog below,

System

Fix: Updated Android security patch

Camera

Optimization: New XXL text size optiopms

Fix: Previews didn’t match photos in some cases

Fix: Issues with gridlines in the fullscreen mode

Settings

Optimization: Settings look much better on cards!

Updater

New: A Home screen shortcut option

Recorder

Fix: Recording status wasn’t updated in the Notification shade when a recording was paused

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Author: Arpit Porwal

Coming from the Mathematics research background, Arpit keeps an eye on MIUI and Xiaomi products and uses POCO X2 as his daily driver. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.