Xiaomi has most of its best sellers in the most basic ranges, so it is logical that it takes care of them like gold in cloth even with several ‘major updates' of MIUI like this v12.5.
The industry already expects Xiaomi teach us the Redmi 10 in the coming weeks, but for now the Chinese giant will continue to work with the after-sales support of its best-selling family, and that is the Redmi 9 is about to receive MIUI 12.5 globally, as we were told from Gizmo China.
In fact, it is that the first model of the entire prolific Redmi 9 family that will receive the new software package is precisely the most classic Xiaomi Redmi 9, the original and without surnames, which it would already be updating in China for a few hours while waiting for the international deployment.
The new update with MIUI 12.5 responds to build V126.96.36.199.RJCCNXM and it is being labeled as so now would be releasing in batches across all regional variants of the Redmi 9, which will soon begin to notify you to update the firmware.
The MIUI 12.5 update begins to reach Xiaomi's best-selling Redmi 9, starting with the ‘vanilla' model (the classic and without surnames), which is already being updated in a staggered manner with China as the first market.
According to Chinese sources, these Redmi 9 will also be eligible for MIUI 13 in the future, although unfortunately no one has confirmed it officially from the manufacturer. It is also not known if, still receiving MIUI 13, the Android base will be updated to version 12, something that Xiaomi many times does not execute. updating only your custom layer.
In addition, we have a Redmi 9 renamed in some markets as POCO M2, a best-selling device in India that for now you haven't even received the update to Android 11. You could receive both packages, Android 11 with MIUI 12.5 in the coming weeks, but this is not certain nor can we say so.
In case you have a Redmi 9 you want force updates, remember that you must go to the settings and search manually, although the OTA will be released with notifications phased form and it is likely that some update before others without further explanation.
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