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The new update for Redmi Note 9 has been released!


Redmi Note 9 users have been wondering when the MIUI 13 update will be distributed for a long time. Finally, when this update is released, it comes to the bestselling Note 9 model. For Global version users as of today Redmi Note 9 MIUI 13 update has been released.

Redmi Note 9, Google Android It was released with MIUI 11 based on 10. The current version of the device that received 2 Android and 3 MIUI updates V13.0.1.0 SJOMIXM, V13.0.1.0 SJOCNXM’dir. Finally Android 12 Redmi Note 9, which received the MIUI 13 based update, will not receive any major updates from now on.

A month ago, we announced that the Android 12-based MIUI 13 update has been tested for Redmi Note 9 and the first stable Android 12-based Redmi Note 9 MIUI 13 update with build number V13.0.1.0 SJOCNXM has been released to users in China. As of today, the MIUI 13 update for Redmi Note 9 has been made available to Global ROM users.

Xiaomi will send MIUI 14 update to these devices!Build number of MIUI 13 update released to global version Redmi Note 9 users V13.0.1.0 SJOMIXM’dir. This is the stable Android 12 based MIUI 13 update released. The Redmi Note 9 MIUI 13 update, which improves system stability and offers many features to your device, is now gradually being distributed to devices. Let’s take a look at the update’s changelog.

MIUI 13

  • New: A new widget ecosystem with app support
  • Optimization: Improved overall stability

More features and improvements

  • Optimization: Enhanced accessibility support for Phone, Clock and Weather
  • Optimization: Mind map nodes are now more useful and intuitive

System

  • Android Security Patch updated to July 2022. Increased system security.
  • Stable MIUI 13 based on Android 12

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