Google recently released the latest Android update which is Android 10.
Though Google noted that it is Android 10 won’t be using a dessert name unlike the previous version of the Android that has dessert names like froyo and ice cream sandwich and later versions.
The Android 10 is codenamed Android Q and it will be rolling out soon for public use.
Smartphone manufacturers release beta versions of software releases so that developers can test them and notice some of the bugs in them.
Xiaomi has released many flagship smartphones recently and Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro is one of them.
The Redmi K20 Pro is a flagship that runs on the later Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and currently runs on Android 9 pie base on MIUI.
Xiaomi India announced that they are recruiting beta to test the latest Android Q on the Redmi K20 Pro only for Indians.
Unfortunately, the beta version of the Android Q is based on Xiaomi MIUI 10 and not Google’s Android 10 just like the Xiaomi Poco F1.
Xiaomi has recently started recruiting beta testers for Android 10 for its Poco F1.
The beta testing does not end with the Redmi K20 Pro as it also extends to one of Xiaomi’s flagships of 2019, the Xiaomi Mi 9.
The Mi 9 along with the Redmi K20 Pro users will stand a chance to test the Android Q based on MIUI and not the Android 10.
It is not advised for users who use their phones as their daily drivers to participate in this beta testing as it involves a lot of bugs, but known and unknown.
Some of the bugs users can experience on beta testers includes constant reboot, apps force closing, shutdown and unresponsive volume controls, random camera crashing, and some other undocumented bugs.
The beta testing aims to enable users to test the software with their numerous apps and observe and log bugs.
This Xiaomi Mi 9 beta testing is available for every user that wishes to test whereas the Redmi K20 Pro beta testing is only available to its users in India.
Xiaomi is planning on releasing the Android Q updates based on the MIUI on some of its flagships this year 2019.
Some of the flagship devices are the Mi Mix 3, the Xiaomi Mi 8, Mi 9 the Redmi K20 and the Redmi K20 Pro, and some other flagships.
Xiaomi also plans to release the Android Q updates to the Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro by Q1 2020.
What do you think about the updates from Xiaomi, will be participating in testing Google’s Android Q-based MIUI.