MIUI community recently announced that they will be discontinuing the global beta ROM support for Xiaomi and other devices. Now, Xiaomi has announced that they will be releasing a global stable version of MIUI before rolling it out to the masses. Just like the global beta program, the company requires the interested users to apply for the program on their website.
The company has initiated the program by bringing applications for Poco F1 Android Q update and Android Pie update for Mi 6, Redmi 6A and Redmi 6. The users who are interested in trying out the global stable version of the ROM and can apply till July 7 and the selected users will be informed by July 10.
With this program, the company is planning to roll out the final build to a small number of people first in order to ensure no bugs or problems are faced when the global rollout happens. Also, it will help enthusiasts to stay updated with the latest software.
The company has not requested any sort of special requirements from the people interested in testing out the global stable ROM. However, they will be asked to give feedback for the Xiaomi developers. Also, smartphones require an unlocked bootloader for the installation to take place.
Meanwhile, the company also gave us a clue by posting about the global stable ROM. We now know that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is working on the Android Pie updates for its budget-oriented Redmi 6 and Redmi 6A smartphones.