Xiaomi announced the launch of the Redmi K20 Pro’s MIUI 10 Beta Program at 28,990 smartphones. The firm is looking for smartphone consumers to test the 10-based MIUI 10 operating system from Android as part of this program. The firm is requesting holders of Redmi K20 Pro to fill out a Google form and will stay open until September 8. The findings will be reported on September 11, with a unique OTA update access, a unique user group called’ Android 10 Tester ‘ access, and more for those who will be chosen. Besides having a Redmi K20 Pro, in order to be eligible for this Android 10 testing program, consumers must meet a few other requirements.
Redmi K20 Pro users interested in participating in the Android 10-based MIUI 10 testing may register by completing this Google form. Selection criteria include the customer being an active member of Mi Community in India and the ranking of his / her Mi Community being’ Semi Pro Bunny’ or greater. The registered user must follow Mi Community guidelines and not leak during the testing the ROM supplied to him / her. Also, the user can not post anything on social media linked to the ROM or team, in other parts of the forum, or anywhere else.
Xiaomi claims the registered user must have understanding of MIUI and Android, and because he / she will be a unique member of the team, he / she will be given some significant duties to follow. The firm states that moderators, other unique team members, presidents of Mi FC can apply for the program as well.
The chosen users will be announced on September 11 and will receive an exclusive Android 10 tester medal, an opportunity to attend official top performer launches, unique OTA update access, and access to a unique user group named Android 10 Tester. The Google form asks for details such as your link to your Mi Community profile, My Community ID, username of the Telegram app, and more.
To remember, Redmi K20 Pro was introduced last month in India and includes characteristics such as a selfie pop-up camera, Snapdragon 855 SoC, triple rear camera, and Android 9 Pie-based MIUI 10. Xiaomi already runs a 10-based Android MIUI 10 beta program in its China domestic market.