Xiaomi recently released its roadmap for the MIUI 9.5 update, and we saw that the company still intends to support it’s older devices which were launched around 2013 to 2014 and on top of that they also updated the Mi Note 2 to Android Oreo as a part of the weekly build. Now the Chinese giant has started to update the Mi 5, and Mi Mix to Android Oreo as a weekly build, this build with version MIUI 9 (8.3.29) is a stable build.
These devices earlier had their beta version, but now looks like, they are ready to receive the stable version of this weekly Oreo build. This latest MIUI update brings a bunch of bug fixes and system enhancements for better stability. As well as fixed system level modifications for messages, notifications, and alarms. Moreover, web apps now include a brand new shortcut for split screen in the new section, and Direct apps are re-branded to Quick Apps.
Apart from that, the camera bugs have also been fixed, leading to fewer crashes when the system resources are tight on usage. Users, who have installed this latest update on their Mi 5 have reported a smooth experience, and no major bugs have been discovered yet.
So, you can go ahead and flash the new firmware by Downloading it from here, and also check out the official thread, and learn more about the new devices, that will be getting this update and discussion about the ROMs experience with other users, by visiting here. Both the Mi 5 and Mi Mix were launched in 2016, and it’s good to see these devices getting software support, even after two years.