Xiaomi is one of the fastest-growing organizations in the smartphone and related industries. The company can no longer stay away from its customer base and return soon after launching one device. But there was a lack of software in this company.
It is not a new thing to say that Xiaomi heavily criticized for not including the MIUI 12.5 (Android 11) system on the outside box of the new Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra. But companies have their reasons for this.
According to Xiaomi, 2020 is the most revolutionary year for MIUI since the MIUI V5 era. The company developed two significant research and development versions, which improved privacy, animation, interactions, and more.
But adapting to Android 11 is quite tricky. Companies’ challenges with Android 11 include stability, performance, and compatibility issues with third-party apps. And that’s why the company could not release the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11 Ultra with fully functional Android 11.
In a statement, the company said:
“So for quite some time, the team has been working hard to optimize and repair, including layered adaptation for different performance models. Although we see a significant increase in version quality every week, this process still brings some challenges. We also want to ask everyone to understand that the version’s stability is the most important thing we are currently investing in. You will see perceivable changes in the next release”.
According to these sources, the smartphone market is very competitive, and there are challenges in terms of software updates. If Xiaomi slows down its software work, it may start losing a significant chunk of its market share. The company can’t bear this, provided it just has started its mission.