ROM is a Beta build and is currently arriving for Beta Teams, Mi Pilots, and some random users. It is arriving via OTA and will likely take some time before getting on all phones. And if you didn’t receive the new Redmi Note 7 update, we advise you to wait for the public release. Again, when a prompt notification for the update gets to your phone, download immediately if interested, or otherwise, it will be pulled back.
According to users in the Mi community forum, the bug with the 48MP camera resolution is fixed. For now, that’s the only fix that’s reported, and luckily, no new bug came with the update.
As for when the device will receive the Android 10 update, we can’t answer that for now. However, the device has been in a closed beta testing for a while now – the Chinese version. After the Beta ROM preview, the update will start rolling out for everyone, and hopefully in the coming weeks.
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