The Mi 8 SE is one of the numerous Mi 8 smartphones launched by Xiaomi this year. It is an upper price range phone with a Snapdragon 710 processor and a notched panel.
After it launched, it ran MIUI 9.5 based on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and even after receiving the MIUI 10 update, its Android variant didn’t change. Xiaomi is still gradually rolling out Android Pie to its smartphones and the Mi 8 SE is scheduled to get a beta variant this quarter.
However, Android 9.0 Pie might not be the last important OS update for the smartphone as a variant of the Mi 8 SE running Android Q has been seen on Geekbench.
This is undoubtedly a very early test gadget as Android Q will not get a beta version until Q2 up coming year when it need to have been unveiled at Google I/O 2019. Nevertheless, it is quite exciting to know that the Mi 8 SE is in line to take the up coming variant of Android.
One of the established options we know Android Q will bring is an upgraded split-screen multitasking function wherever both programs operating in split-screen are active rather of one being inactive.
The Mi 8 SE is the third cameraphone seen in fewer than a week on Geekbench operating Android Q. A few days ago, a variant of the Pixel 3 XL running Android Q was Furthermore spotted on the benchmark site. The upcoming working day, the initially generation Pixel was moreover seen running Android Q.