[October 19, 2022]: Redmi Note 9 Pro India variant also started receiving the Androdi12-based MIUI 13 update. It even features the August 2022 Security Patch along with the major UI facelift.
Xiaomi is kicking off the Android 12– based MIUI 13 skin iteration for its eligible devices since January. So far, the brand has come down a long road. The latest smartphone to get the refreshed version of mobile software is Redmi Note 9 Pro. This will be the second major update for the device, as it was launched back in April 2020 with Android 10 out of the box.
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The latest software update for the Redmi Note 9 Pro can be identified by the firmware version V188.8.131.52.SJZMIXM. As of now, the package is rolling out in the Global market. It will eventually expand to more regions in the next few days.
As for changes, the changelog claims to improve the system security by integrating the July 2022 security patch. In addition to this, the build optimizes the mind map nodes and enhances accessibility support for phone, clock, and weather apps. Also, the overall system stability is improved. Needless to say, Android 12 arrives with a new personalized UI and extensive features. Likewise, the MIUI 13 richness will provide you with a smoother experience than ever before. Take a look at the official changelog below.
- New: A new widget ecosystem with app support
- Optimization: Improved overall stability
- Stable MIUI based on Android 12
- Updated Android Security Patch to July 2022. Increased system security.
[More features and improvements]
- Optimization: Enhanced accessibility support for Phone, Clock, and Weather
- Optimization: Mind map nodes are more convenient and intuitive now
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As usual, the update for the Redmi Note 9 Pro is rolling out in batches. Accordingly, the build will make way for every user within a week. In case you are particularly impatient, head over to Settings > System updates to track it manually.