Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus receives stable version of MIUI 10

Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus receives stable version of MIUI 10


Good news for Xiaomi Vince users, popularly known as Redmi 5 Plus (or Redmi Note 5 in India). A new version of the device’s global ROM based on Android 8.1 Oreo and the latest Xiaomi interface, MIUI 10, was released today.

Among the new features, it is possible to find enabling artificial intelligence-based features for the camera, redesigning the area of ​​recent applications, full-screen gestures and more. This version is the stable of the system and according to the staff of the XDA, does not require that the wipe be done for the installation. As a system default, just drop the installation file to the machine’s internal storage and check for updates within the MIUI system update area.

It is also worth remembering that, because it is the Global version, Google Play Services is supported without problems and there is the inclusion of language packs that are not found in the Chinese version.

But attention! The file is directed only to the Xiaomi Redmi 5 Plus (Vince), not being compatible with other devices of the brand. It is also good to check if your device is not the Chinese version without the bootloader unlocked. If you have not already done the unlock procedure, the ideal is also not to do, considering what problems may occur.

The Redmi S2 has been made official as a cost-effective intermediary in the countries where Xiaomi has decided to make it available. Because of this, the device is already considered a success in India where it gets the official name of Redmi Y2.

Now, to further please local consumers, the manufacturer has used its Twitter to announce two more colors for Redmi S2 in India. According to the company, the Mesmerizing Blue and Stunning Black versions are now available for sale at major retailers in the country.

In addition, the price remains the same as it was offered at the launch of the device. In this way, the version with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage comes out at $138 and the 4 GB version of RAM and 64 GB of memory costs $180. Remember that the Redmi S2 has a Snapdragon 625 chipset, a 5.99-inch screen with 18: 9 aspect and a battery of 3,080 mAh. Check out the complete specifications.

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