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Poco X2 Starts Receiving Android 11-Based MIUI 12.1 Update With January 2021 Security Patch

Xiaomi launched Poco X2 as a rebranded Redmi K30 4G in India in February Last year. It received the MIUI 12 Global Stable ROM updated with build number MIUI 12.0.1.0.QGHINXM in August 2020. However, this update was based on Android 10. But now, the smartphone has started receiving MIUI 12.1 update, bringing Android 11 to the Poco X2. Apart from bringing some core features of Android 11, this update comes with the January 2021 Android security patch.

According to the reports, the Android 11 update for the Poco X2 handset is following a gradual rollout. It means that the update will roll out for users in stages, and you may need to wait for some days till you get in for your Poco X2 device. However, some users have already received the update and claim that they’re facing some issues after installing it. Though Poco India has confirmed that it is pushing the Android 11 update for Poco X2, but it hasn’t said anything about the issues users are facing.

Poco X2 Android 11 Update Reports Some Issues

Poco X2 Starts Receiving Android 11-Based MIUI 12.1 Update With January 2021 Security Patch
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As said before, several users have received the Android 11 update on their Poco X2 device, and many among them have reported it on social media. According to some screenshots shared by the users, the Android 11-based MIUI 12.1 update comes with build number MIUI 12.1.2.0.RGHINXM. Sized 2.4GB, it brings the Android security patch to January 2021.

Some users have reported that after installing the latest update on their devices, they’ve started facing various issues with their handsets. However, Poco India hasn’t provided any clarity on this issue yet. It looks like there are few bugs in the latest firmware version. If you have a Poco X2 device and want to upgrade it to Android 11, head on to Settings ยป About phone and check for updates. If you haven’t received it yet, wait for a few more days.

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