Four years of updates not only at Samsung! Which other manufacturer promises “impossible”?

  • Another major manufacturer will provide three major Android updates – Xiaomi
  • Security updates will be available for four years
  • It will catch up with Samsung, Google and the brands of the BBK concern

Xiaomi promises four years of software support for new products from the 11T models

The world’s largest phone manufacturer – Xiaomi – extend the support of their facilities. Users will receive four years of support for security patches and three major updates to the Android operating system.

Xiaomi promises 4 years of support

Last year, Samsung was the first to announce that it will support its phones for four years. This was followed by Google (which already reigns quite a bit in support) and then also brands belonging to BBK Electronics, such as Realme, Oppo, Vivo or OnePlus. Xiaomi is now being added and will offer support for new phones for up to 4 years. In practice, this affects models Xiaomi 11T and newer, which will also receive the future Android 15 and even support by 2025.

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Xiaomi and 4 years updates

As another manufacturer, Xiaomi promises 4 years of updates and 3 major Android updates

He would still like to get rid of the ads in MIUI

Since Xiaomi became the largest phone manufacturer ever, the company has focused mainly on premium devices such as Mi 11 Ultra a Xiaomi Mix 4. In this category, longer device support and more upgrades to higher versions of iOS could help them. However, it depends on whether more updates do not mean more errors. After all, Xiaomi is now trying to sweep the system errors, of which there were a large number in MIUI 12.

So Samsung is not the leader in this field and is now trying over it remove ads from applications. The system should be fully cleaned and the user interface and enjoyment should not spoil even the smallest advertisements. We’ll know soon enough if Xiaomi is inspired by Samsung again, because MIUI is full of annoying ads.

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