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JUST IN – Xiaomi announced the release date of the global version of MIUI 11

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Xiaomi’s recently introduced MIUI 11 shell in China will receive a global version later this month. The manufacturer wrote about this on the social network Twitter. 

The platform is based on Android 10. One of the main innovations of MIUI 11 is a dark theme, applications for work and a changed interface.

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The launch of the global version of the brand shell will take place on October 16. Xiaomi will probably soon announce which smartphones will receive the update on the day of MIUI 11.

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