Xiaomi will stop publishing MIUI's global beta from next July 1st

BySophia Windsor 2019-06-17 861

There is no doubt that MIUI is perhaps the most popular software layer on the market, not in vain, a large number of mobile Xiaomi has it, and has become a cover layer to many other mobiles. It has a huge community behind it, who will be disappointed to learn that the global MIUI beta is going to be discontinued.


A few days ago, after hearing the good news about the Xiaomi mobiles that will have MIUI 11, it was time to know which of them will be left without the new version of the operating system.

Definitive farewell to MIUI's global beta

As we say, it's the most popular software layer on the market, and certainly the one with the most nurtured developer community around it. So much so that MIUI's global beta has become one of the most widely used versions of the Chinese layer. Something that Xiaomi highlighted today through an official community, where it announced something that had already been seen yesterday in international forums.


A release that many would probably never want to read, but which certifies what is already a reality, the global beta of MIUI will cease to be published on all devices next July 1. This means that there will be no further updates of this version of the software layer, forcing all users to have the stable version on all devices. Of course, Xiaomi wanted to explain the reason for the end of this global beta of Xiaomi for all devices of the brand.

It seems that behind this decision lies an "excessive" popularity of MIUI's global beta, as it is increasingly used by more and more people as the operating system of their mobile on a day-to-day basis, something that would have to be great news for a beta program. But it seems that the main problem is that most users of this global MIUI beta use it, but it never makes any suggestions for improvement or bug reporting to Xiaomi, which after all is what the Chinese firm expects beta testers to do.

Looks like that's the decision to end this global MIUI beta. Although the stable version of MIUI is by far the most used by users, the truth is that the number of users who have the beta is abnormally high, while the community is little participatory. So surely in this case it can be said that here they will pay just for sinners, and all will be left without global beta for the great volume of inactive users that there are in the community. What do you think about Xiaomi's decision, is it justified?

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