The company said that it would not be able to use the MIUI development version for public testing for one year from July 5, 2019, and that it would gradually withdraw the permission for products released for more than one year. The company also said that it will stop the public beta testing of the Redmi Note 10, Redmi Note 11 5G and Redmi Note 11E Pro models from October 31, 2022, due to the adjustment of the development version requirements.
In addition, from 31 October 2022, the following models will also be closed for public beta testing: Xiaomi Mi 10 Premium Edition, Redmi K30S Premium Edition, Redmi Note 9 Pro, Redmi Note 9 4G, Redmi 10X, Redmi 10X Pro, Redmi K30 Premium Edition, Redmi Note 9
The MIUI development version will continue to be updated weekly, while the official version will be updated according to user usage. The development version will continue to be updated weekly and the official version will be updated according to user usage. Xiaomi also promises that the development version and the official version will gradually switch between versions without clearing data.
Xiaomi said that the new features and optimizations will be released as a development version first, and the product experience will be iteratively updated, and the features and stability will be reliable before releasing it as an official version. The new development version will recruit more users to actively participate in the common build, and the internal test score will also be adjusted with the development version to join the Xiaomi community growth system. Xiaomi will award the “Development Edition Commemorative Virtual Badge” to users who have been supporting the development version of MIUI.