At the last conference of Google, held last May 8, the web giant presented the new operating system for this 2019. We are talking about Android Q, the new stock interface of Android which will be released in beta on so many devices in the coming days. Among these we also find some home devices Xiaomi, As the My 9 or Mi Mix 3 5G. But, along with these devices, it would seem that the company intends to give the long-awaited Redmi with Snapdragon 855 own the new operating system of Google.
Redmi with Snapdragon 855 could come out with support for Android Q Beta
To launch the news was the president of Xiaomi, Lin Bin, which with a post on Weibo wanted to present the new operating system developed by Google on their flagship devices. In addition to talking about their own devices, however, the company president has left some statements that would suggest some news for the flagship of Redmi.
The President of Xiaomi, therefore, in addition to welcoming the new operating system of Google on their own devices My 9 e Mi Mix 3 5G wanted to anticipate us like the new Redmi with Snapdragon 855 will have a support ad Android Q Beta. Probably the device will come out practically already with the operating system, without the need to make further updates or whatever. Or the user will be given a free choice to choose between the most recent version of the operating system or not.
We remind you of how the device of Redmi is now at the center of many rumors. The same official name is still uncertain, we talked about a few days ago Redmi K20 PRO as a name, but the passing of days without a confirmation from the company make us think that it was a simple rumor. The same presentation date is still shrouded in mystery: a few days ago we showed you the May 13 like launch day but, here too, the Redmi has not yet pronounced.
Now the weeks pass but we do not yet know anything official regarding the Redmi with Snapdragon 855. For now, in addition to the processor, the official speaking of a NFC module, a audio jack from 3.5mm and a probable support for one wireless charging. So far too little, we hope to know something more by the end of this month.