Recently it became known that the company Xiaomi since July 1, made a decision to stop releasing the MIUI Global Beta firmware for smartphones under both the Xiaomi brand and Redmi. But beginning July 1, 2019, the global MIUI beta program will be no more.
Xiaomi and its subsidiary Redmi are already maintaining Android Q beta programs for three of its phones: the Mi 9, the Mi Mix 3 5G, and the Redmi K20 Pro. The new change will come into force from July 1, the Beijing-based organization declared through its MIUI Community discussions. However, that is not how Xiaomi wants its users to experience MIUI. This means MIUI users who are keen on getting future features prior to the public release will no longer get them. In this case, the manufacturer said that the development of beta versions has become problematic due to the release to the market of an increasing number of smartphones, and more and more users began to install the beta version on their devices. However, there are some users that are optimistic about the decision since Xiaomi is promising more frequent stable updates.
In addition, the latest MIUI Beta ROM update 9.6.13 now also adds a customizable Lock screen clock (Settings Lock screen & password Advanced settings). Henceforth, the software team wants to focus on stability and frequency of releasing stable version updates.
Xiaomi says in its official discussion post that MIUI Global Beta ROM discharges are intended for open testing, and they aren't gone for giving users an approach to encounter new highlights. With no Global beta ROM to test, the company now has to depend on the feedback received by the Chinese beta ROM testers.
Apparently, a lot of people are beginning to use MIUI Beta as more models get announced.