Xiaomi MIUI officially announced that the Xiaomi Mi9 MIUI Android Q Beta priority experience version has been pushed! A small partner who has been tested and qualified can already upgrade the experience.
In other words, the already qualified Xiaomi Mi9 users can now try to download Android Q (ie Android 10.0) first experience. Xiaomi Mi9 is also one of the first upgradeable Android Q models officially announced by Google.
The upgrade method is also very simple. If you are using the latest version of the development version, you can upgrade directly through OTA without clear data. If you are using the stable version or the trial version of the user, after the BL is unlocked, you can upgrade by wire brushing, but the line brush upgrade needs to clear all the data.
On the same day, Zhang Guoquan, director of Xiaomi’s mobile phone system software department, took a screenshot of MIUI 10 based on Android Q depth customization, giving people a glimpse of the latest version of MIUI.
From the published screenshots, the Android Q version of the MIUI 10 interface style is not much different from the Android P version. It seems that the big move is left to MIUI 11. The update is mainly the underlying upgrade to Android Q.
According to information released by Google, Android Q focuses on enhancing privacy features. In Android Q, users can choose whether the application can access the location while it is running in the background. When an application uses user location data, a microphone, or a camera, the user sees the corresponding icon in the notification bar, which tells the user which application is using the permission.
In addition, Android Q also supports Diablo mode. This feature is currently integrated into MIUI 10 and can be set by the user in the display (MIUI 10 calls it “dark mode”).