Xiaomi has opened Android 12 testing to three more flagship smartphones. (Image source: Xiaomi)
Xiaomi is seeking more people to test Android 12 on its recent flagship smartphones. Currently, Xiaomi is only looking for those who own the Mi 11, Mi 11i and the Mi 11 Ultra. All devices must be enrolled on MIUI’s global branch, too.
Xiaomi has announced its next wave of recruitment for its Android 12 Global Stable ROM testing. Writing on Twitter, Xiaomi has confirmed that it seeks people who own the Mi 11, Mi 11i or the Mi 11 Ultra. The devices will only be eligible for this round of Android 12 testing if they are enrolled on MIUI’s global branch.
You can check on what branch your device receives updates by navigating to About phone within the main Settings menu. From there, examine the MIUI version that is running. If the build number contains the letters ‘MI’, then it is enrolled on MIUI’s global branch.
Please note that existing MIUI stable testers must re-apply to try Android 12 on their Mi 11, Mi 11i or Mi 11 Ultra handsets. Xiaomi also stresses that Xiaomi will only recruit 200 people per device. The company requires you to supply your Mi Account ID, too.