- Xiaomi is rolling out Android 11 for the Redmi Note 8 Pro.
- There are initial rumors about Android 13.
- In the future, Google will no longer allow a login on ancient cell phones.
Also this week there is “Android-Updates“. So distributed Xiaomi Android 11 to an extremely popular model. Google however, has released a new security update and the first details are circulating Android 13 in the web. We have summarized the most important update news of the week for you.
Xiaomi begins the rollout of Android 11 and MIUI 12.5 for the Redmi Note 8 Pro. The software is available in Europe and Indonesia. With the update you get a lot of new features.
Furthermore, the Chinese company confirms the release date of the MIUI 13 user interface. This should be published in August – but will not appear until the end of the year, says Xiaomi co-founder Lei Jun.
If you are still using Android 2.3, we have bad news. You can Only use the operating system to a limited extent in a few weeks. You will then no longer be able to log into your Google account.
Android 12 is not yet on the market, there are already coming first rumors of the next version to the light. Android 13 should offer a new NFC function. You should be able to pay with several profiles on your mobile phone via NFC.