Redmi Note 10 Pro (& Pro Max) Users Finally Got The New MIUI 12.5.4 Stable Update!

Redmi Note 10 Pro (&Pro Max) these devices were launched earlier this year with great specs for the money. Now they got the MIUI 12.5.4 Update. Read to now more....a

Redmi Note 10 Pro: This smartphone is definitely one of the most popular smartphones of 2021. It had Gorilla Glass 5 on the front and back, for a premium in hand feel, it had IP53 splash proof certification, and came with the powerful Snpadragon 732G Chipset from Qualcomm. the 732G is an improved version of the 720G which was an improvement over the 730G.

The key highlight of this smartphone of course is surprisingly not the chipset but the display. It ships with a 6.67 Inch 120Hz Full HD+ 1080P Super AMOLED Display! It has decent brightness (pretty bright actually, at peak 1200 Nits), HDR10 certification and 395 Pixels Per Inch for great multimedia and amazing content consumption experience.

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It has a fingerprint scanner embedded in the power button along with stereo speakers. The Stereo Separation is decent, the quality of audio is good, and it is plenty loud. This checks all the basic boxes and makes cuts in the right places.

The battery is 5020MAH with a 33W Fast Charger in the box. In some regions, the Pro Model was the last model launched of this phone but in India, there was a ‘Pro Max’ model with a 108MP Camera. The global Pro Model and the Indian Pro Max model is the exact same. The Pro model in India has a 64MP Main Camera instead of 108MP. Otherwise, they are identical spec for spec. The rest of the camera module is filled up with a decently wide good quality 8MP Ultrawide, a 5MP Ok-ish Macro and that rubbish gimmicky 2MP Depth Camera.

Redmi Not 10 Pro users can now update to MIUI 12.5.4
Redmi Note 10 Pro: Gets MIUI 12.5.4.

This smartphone came with MIUI 12 out of the box (Android 11) out of the box. It is good to see that Xiaomi has started rolling out this update on a few devices. Note that this is the initial launch and it will take time for people to get the update. All users will get the update eventually.

Xiaomi has pushed the MIUI 12.5.4 build to all existing MIUI 12.5 users and it is rolling out in an organized manner to avoid bugs. The update is marked “Stable Beta”, so in a few days, a week or two at most, all users should be able to get the stable & public version.

The size is around 3GB but since size varies, we cannot mention exact size here.

It still brings a few new features and new tools with a some minor UI Improvements and optimizations to enhance the end user experience of MIUI. Refinements and polishes and tweaks were made to give users a more stable MIUI.

Redmi Note 10 Pro (&Pro Max): Official Update Change Log.

Highlights

NEW Dolby Effects!

System

Updated Android Security Patch to May 2021. Increased system security.

Status Bar & Notification Area

Fix: Notifications flashed in some cases

There are some minor features in this update but that is expected because this is update is more focused towards stability and security than adding something new. Also, MIUI 13 is just around the corner.

This smartphone is definitely eligible for MIUI 13 and Android 12 obviously, since it is a fairly new model. The MIUI 13 update which is rumored to bring several quality of life improvements to MIUI along with a lot of visual redesigns and a better optimized and tuned interface.

To ensure a bug and hassle free experience, Xiaomi is globally rolling out this new MIUI 12.5.1 update in stages, so a wider update rollout will happen surely in the next few days.

If you want to manually update the Redmi Note 10 Pro (& Pro Max), you can do that in your settings app. Tap on “about phone”. Look for “Check for updates” after tapping on the MIUI Logo.

That is all we have for now. Let us know how the update was and how the experience change felt if you have this device. Do drop a comment down below.

Thanks a lot for reading!

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Surya Sudhanshu
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