The Xiaomi Mi 9 SE also starts receiving the Android 10 stable update just like its predecessor Mi 8 SE. The stable MIUI 11 update based on Android 10 is rolling out in China for the Xiaomi Mi 9 SE variants with a new software version V188.8.131.52.QFBCNXM. The Mi 9 SE also has quite powerful hardware specifications at an affordable price tag. If you’re a Mi 9 SE Chinese variant user, you should receive the OTA update notification very soon.
As the OTA update always roll-out in an incremental manner, it can take some days or more to hit all the units completely. The new firmware update brings February 2020 Android Security Patchset with increased system security, notification shade improvement, data usage improvements, and some other fixes as well. We’ve provided the full changelog below. But let’s take a quick look at the device overview.
To recall, the Xiaomi Mi 9 SE was launched in March 2019 with a 5.97-inches Super AMOLED display, Android 9.0 Pie, Snapdragon 712 SoC, paired with 6GB RAM, 64GB/128GB of internal storage, a triple rear camera setup with 48MP+8MP+13MP lens, and a 20MP selfie camera. The handset packs a 3070mAh battery, 18W fast charging support, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS, NFC, USB Type-C port, etc along with an in-display fingerprint sensor, and other sensors.
Changelog: Mi 9 SE Android 10
- Stable MIUI based on Android 10
- Updated Android Security Patch to February 2020. Increased system security.
- Status bar, Notification shade
- Fix: Couldn’t open notification settings in the Notification shade in Second space
- Fix: Couldn’t open the Notification shade in some cases
- Data usage
- Fix: Data usage warning appeared multiple times
- Fix: Errors occurred after switching SIM cards
- Fix: Images overlapped in scrolling screenshots
Xiaomi always pushes OTA updates in a gradual process and it may take a few days to hit all the units in China. So, you can check the OTA update manually on your phone. Go to the device Settings > About Phone > Software Update > Check for updates. However, you can also directly check the OTA update from the Software Updater app.
If the latest firmware update is available on your device, you can grab it. ensure to connect the handset to a Wi-Fi network and charge your phone at least up to 60%. Meanwhile, if you can’t wait anymore, then you can download the OTA file and manually sideload it.