The company has now changed some policies related to the availability of these beta builds of MIUI for certain smartphones, in order to make its own processes more efficient and ensure better quality control. The development time will be adjusted to one year for beta builds. This means that all phones will only receive beta software builds for a year after release, following which the experimental builds will no longer be worked on by the development team. Additionally, the company will stop developing MIUI beta builds for entry-level Redmi smartphones. MIUI is a popular overlay for Android, and is part of the reason why Xiaomi has been successful in China and India.
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