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Xiaomi Redmi Y2 receiving MIUI 10 stable OTA in India

11 September 2018 2

Xiaomi launched its Redmi Y2 smartphone in June this year. There’s good news for those Indian users who currently have the Xiaomi Redmi Y2 smartphone as the company has now started the rollout of MIUI 10 stable ROM via OTA. The announcement was made on Twitter by none other than the Global VP of Xiaomi, Manu Kumar.

The latest update bears the firmware version MIUI The update is available through OTA and packed into a 501MB file. As expected, the update also brings with it the August security patch with a few changes here and there. Users will also have the option of downloading the update and manually flashing it. However, the easiest route to go is to get the OTA update. You can do this by navigating to the settings and system update option located there. However, ensure that your device has substantial battery power.

Here’s a look at the full changelog:

Designed for full screen experience

  • All-new full screen gestures will change the way you interact with your device. They can do everything you used buttons for, except they're faster, smarter, and more convenient.
  • All-new UI is tailored for full screen devices and lets the content take the front stage.

Natural sound system

  • You won't get tired of natural and ever-changing sounds of MIUI 10
  • We simplified system sounds and applied smart filters, so you'll hear something only when you need to
  • Ambient sounds of the forest, beach, drizzle, stove fire, and summer night will help you to relax and focus on what's important

Other improvements and optimizations

  • AI brings Portrait mode to single camera devices! Blur the background on your portrait shots and look as gorgeous as you feel
  • Other system apps (including Clock and Notes) got a major revamp too



Xiaomi Redmi Y2 receiving MIUI 10 stable OTA in India
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