POCO F1 MIUI 10 stable update with October security patch rolling out now

“The POCO F1 MIUI 10 stable update is 592MB in size and brings full-screen gestures, faster swipe response, and portrait mode for the front camera”

POCO F1 is now receiving the MIUI 10 stable update, as was promised by the company a week ago. The announcement about the POCO F1 MIUI 10 stable update was made by the company’s General Manager C Manmohan on Twitter. The new MIUI 10 version is based on Android Oreo, and the build based on Android Pie is still in the works. To recall, the POCO F1 smartphone was launched with Android Oreo-based MIUI 9.6 software. Users on Twitter have confirmed that the build is being released in the Indian market.

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The POCO F1 runs a custom version of MIUI, with an all-new POCO Launcher. The new MIUI 10 Global Stable update for the smartphone brings new full-screen gestures natural system sounds, portrait mode in the front camera, faster swipe response for a smoother UI, and other optimisations. It also comes with the October Android security patch, is 592MB in size, and has the build number MIUI It should be rolling out as an OTA software update but if you have a POCO F1 unit but have not received a notification to download it yet, then check for it in the Settings app.

MIUI 10 was available for POCO F1 beta testers till now, meaning most – if not all – of the bugs should have been ironed out. The Android Pie-based version is still under development, the company has previously confirmed. It has also assured users that the handset will be updated to Android Q too.


POCO F1, price in India starting at Rs 20,999, offers the buyers the flagship Snapdragon 845 SoC at the lowest possible prices in the country. It comes in three RAM/ storage configurations; there’s a separate top-end variant with kevlar build as well. Other key features include a 6.2-inch display, dual rear cameras, and 4,000mAh battery.

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