As we notified you earlier this month, Xiaomi will abolish the MIUI Global Beta program, starting tomorrow, July 1st. This new development is likely to be the sweetest announcement for many, but it is obviously the position of Xiaomi and this particular MIUI's development team.
This decision might not have been waiting, given the program's great popularity, but it turned out that the program was a double knife. There are many aspects of this issue that have been discussed in forums, but all this results in the fact that too many users knowingly or using third-party sales agents have used beta releases, avoiding the upgrade of the device to official stable releases. The final public decision leaves only access to MIUI Stable releases in the hope of providing the average consumer with a more enjoyable and simpler experience.
However, if you are still interested, this first new beta program requires the owners Pocophone F1, Mi 6, Redmi 6, and Redma 6A, regardless of location and country. Tim Pocophone will try on Android Q, while others will try Android P. Publish is a bit vague about which version of MIUI skin will be included in each group.
Interested parties can apply to our community link, and the form will be open until July 7th. Also, please read carefully the other requirements and rules as Xiaomi seems completely indifferent to maintaining that effort. Some important points include good English knowledge, an unlocked bootloader, the latest version of MIUI Stable on your phone, and QQ messenger knowledge.