In order to improve its performance in software updates, Xiaomi decided to bring its expected 11T and 11T Pro flagships to the Android operating system for three years and Update for four years in terms of security.
Among smartphone makers, Apple has the highest level of software and security support at 5 to 6 years. Then it comes to Samsung, which also supports some of its mid-range handsets for three years in terms of software and four years in terms of security. In the meantime, OnePlus had decided to just update its flagships to software for three years, but Xiaomi's trend in this area was not clear at all.
It is known as the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world. So it was not at all interesting that the Chinese company did not have a specific policy in this regard. Over the past year or two, many Android phone companies have decided to tweak their phones in terms of software and security, and now that Xiaomi has topped the list of the best phone manufacturers, it wants to improve its position in this area. Sorry.
The Chinese company wants to unveil its flagship 11T series handsets this year. The fact that we no longer see extensions is not a typo because Xiaomi decided not to market its phones with extensions anymore. So the two flagships are expected to be 11T and 11T Pro, which are said to be up to three years of new Android updates in terms of software, and are also supported in terms of security for four years.
It seems that the unveiling of Xiaomi's long-awaited handsets are set to take place on September 15, which means there are six days left until the unveiling of these products. We have heard a lot of news about these phones these days, but the news of their software and security updates for three or four years, respectively, was excellent and fortunately official.
The fact that Xiaomi has decided to support its new handsets to such an extent in terms of software and security is a very positive step and certainly does not include only these two flagships. Of course, we expect the Chinese company to include its old phones in the new policy, but in the worst case, this policy will only apply to the company's new flagship phones. Xiaomi has made it clear that none of the other handsets are covered by the rule at the moment, but "now" could be a good sign that something better might happen in the future. On the other hand, it was mentioned that the company wants to upgrade more phones to the new Android operating system. "Unfortunately, we still don't know what phones!" Are to sell their phones to buy a new model. So the shelf life of the handsets has increased, and this is where companies need to provide services that fit the trend. This change can only increase the duration of security and software updates, which fortunately Xiaomi intends to do as well. It would be very nice if all Android companies like Apple would pay special attention to this section because it also guarantees high sales of their phones; Just like Apple, whose handsets still perform exceptionally well in terms of sales despite long-term software updates.
They added: will be. But the future that awaits the company as well as the removal of barriers to meet the needs of users is very exciting. On the one hand, we are once again fulfilling our promise to international users to provide them with the best products. "On the other hand, we want to extend the life of these phones, which is now a step forward and will ensure the stability of the company."
It seems unlikely that Xiaomi, like Samsung, some Update your handsets to this extent in terms of security and software, but for now we are sure that 11T and 11T Pro will definitely receive three Android updates and 4 years of security updates.