The company has said that the MIUI Beta will be stopped from July 01, 2019.
Xiaomi has revealed that it is suspending the Beta version of its MIUI for all the devices. The company has said that the MIUI Beta will be stopped from July 01, 2019.
The Chinese company has decided to discontinue MIUI Global Beta ROM due to the fact thtat multiple series of devices have been introduced by it. This has led more Xiaomi smartphone users opting for MIUI Beta through different channels. “Very often, they use it on a day-to-day basis on their main phones. However, MIUI Beta is made for public testing and requires the user to have a very high tolerance for bugs and faults. MIUI Beta is released in the early stages of the development to allow our core fans to contribute to the development process. They use our new features before everyone else, and then provide their feedback and suggestionsto our R&D team, which helps us improve MIUI before it’s released in its stable iteration,” the admin said on the company's forum post.
“MIUI Beta is not a primary way to experience new features, but more a means for experienced users to test the software and provide suggestions. As the MIUI experience has matured, the need for stability is becoming increasingly more important. In order to meet the demands of most of our users and release stable version updates more frequently, our team of engineers has decided to stop releasing the global version of MIUI Beta for all devices starting July 1,2019,” the company further added.
Xiaomi has revealed that it will deliver security patches in a timmely manner and it will now concentrate on improving the user experience on the MIUI stable version. To give you a breif, MIUI consist of two versions, Global Beta ROM and Stable ROM. The Beta ROM is where the users experience the new features, identify bugs and report back. The Beta ROM then goes to Nightly Beta ROM and then to Beta ROM. So, eliminiating the Global Beta ROM will surely help the company to work on the stable version and roll out timely updates, which at the end of the day, is the requirement of every user.
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