In June, Xiaomi promised to bring Android 11 to the completely independent smartphone company Poco and its flagship product, the F2 Pro. Almost half a year later, stable global updates are finally beginning to be applied to Asian devices and will soon be rolled out to other regions.
Poco F2 Pro will start receiving stable Android 11 updates
The new Android 11 comes with firmware version MIUI V22.214.171.124.RJKMIXM and includes a 2.8GB download. The update log is pretty short-it brings “stable MIUI based on Android 11” and some camera templates, watermarks, and vlog features.
However, the big changes are internal. The new MIUI brings features such as chat bubble, a new power menu, internal audio recording, smart reply, and improved security and media control. Of course, there are also visual changes and updates, UI customizations, and lots of new wallpapers.
Screenshot of Poco F2 Pro change log
Currently, the new ROM can be sideloaded from the source link below. It should be pretty easy, but if you don’t want to risk the wired update, it will be rolled out to almost every Poco F2 Pro phone in the world in December.