Update for Poco X3 is bringing Android 11 and for Redmi Note 10 Pro and Redmi Note 10 Pro Max it brings Dolby Atmos.
As expected, Xiaomi does not stop updating its devices, allowing users to have access to many new features.
Now at once, three smartphones are being updated, one gets Android 11 and the other two the Dolby Atmos.
The update brings Android 11 to Poco X3
In India the new system update is bringing Android 11 to the Poco X3, it is a little different from the Poco X3 NFC, which was updated back in March of this year.
Now consumers in the region will have the same version and features that are already available to NFC model owners.
This means that the Poco X3 is getting internal improvements, it will feature higher speed for opening applications, better RAM management, lower power consumption, and many improvements from Android 11
The Poco X3 still sticks to MIUI 12, but it should soon receive MIUI 12.5, which will bring even more improvements to the phone.
Redmi Note 10 Pro and Redmi Note 10 Pro Max receive Dolby Atmos
The latest system update is bringing the Redmi Note 10 Pro and Redmi Note 10 Pro Max feature Dolby Atmos.
This new update started to be released in India initially and brings the ability for the devices to use audio technology.
Like the Redmi Note 10, Pro, and Redmi Note 10 Pro Max have quality dual stereo speakers, the Dolby Atmos comes as a differential for those who use headphones and for those who want to improve the audio experience and immersion in games, applications, music, and videos.
Dolby Atmos started to be available in the 18.104.22.168 update, and users will be able to activate the novelty by going to settings, Sounds, and vibration, finally, select Sound effects and activate the option Dolby Atmos.
For those who don’t know, Dolby Atmos brings 360-degree audio technology, focusing on various improvements to bring a perfect ambiance for all types of sounds, but for this purpose, the user needs to use a headphone, no matter if they are wired or wireless models.