Reports show Alleged Xiaomi 12X, Redmi K50 to launch with MIUI 13 based on Android 11

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Xiaomi is predicted to debut its subsequent technology of top class smartphones beginning in December. These new gadgets had been predicted to run Android 12. But it looks as if a number of them can be left out. However, they may boot the yet-to-be-introduced MIUI 13.

According to reports by Xiaomiui, the alleged Xiaomi 12X and Redmi K50 will ship with Android 11 instead of Android 12. Anyway, though they will come with a year-old Android version, they will be still released with the upcoming MIUI 13.

The source suggests that the chipset, which will power the handsets, is the reason for an older version of Android. These devices codenamed Pschye and Poussin are said to feature a Qualcomm SM8250-based silicon. The exact name of the chip is rumored to be Snapdragon 870+.

Since all the previous SM8250-based phones came out with Android 11, Xiaomi appears to be doing the same with these forthcoming handsets. By doing so, the company will not have to develop an additional version of Android for these smartphones after Android 12.

Having said that, the reason stated here is merely an assumption. However, the phones will most likely launch with MIUI 13 based on Android 11 as their software builds are already in the testing phase.

As far as other details are concerned, the Xiaomi 12X (Psyche) is expected to be the long-rumored mini smartphone with a 6.28-inch display and a 50MP Samsung ISOCELL GN5 primary camera. On the other hand, the Redmi K50 (Poussin) will be similar to the Redmi K40 with a 48MP Sony IMX582 main camera.

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