Poco X3 Pro is the latest mid-ranger to pick MIUI 14 update

Xiaomi’s subsidiary Poco began rolling out the new Android 13-centric MIUI 14 skin update to eligible phones. Two days back, the company started pushing the new software to the Poco F4 and now Poco X3 Pro is receiving the new update. Obviously, the update is coming with a bunch of new features, changes, and improvements.

Poco X3 Pro starts receiving the Android 13 based MIUI 14 firmware with V14.0.1.0.TJUMIXM software version. As it is a major software, it weighs a whopping 3.6GB in download size.

Poco X3 Pro was released in March 2021 with Android 11, last year, the phone picked up its first-ever major software upgrade – the Android 12 update with MIUI 13 skin. Now the phone is getting its second big upgrade, which is currently available for the Global variant.

As always, Poco is pushing the update first to the pilot testers, a broader rollout should follow in the coming days. The new software upgrade is rolling with a stack of new features and changes, it will bump up the monthly security patch to January 2023.

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Talking about the features, then the MIUI 14 update for Poco X3 Pro is rolling with features including the option to uninstall more system apps, improved performance, copy text from images, Mi AI voice assistant, a bunch of visual changes, and more. Plus the MIUI 14 takes less space on the device compared to MIUI 13.

Here’s the complete changelog coming with MIUI 14 update on Poco X3 Pro.

  • System
    • Updated Android security patch to January 2023. Increased System security.

Now if you own the Poco X3 Pro and you are a MIUI pilot tester, then you may have already received the MIUI 14 update on your device. If your phone is running on the stable version, then you will get the update soon.

You can check the new software updates by navigating to Settings > About Device > System Updates, then check for the new updates, if the new update is available simply tap on download and install.

If the update is not available, then you can wait for a few days, or you can manually sideload the new software on your phone. Make sure to take a backup before updating your phone, also charge your phone to at least 50%.

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By Haneet Singh

Haneet is a passionate tech writer and a consumer. He loves tinkering with the newest tech - smartphones, wearables, laptops, smart TVs, and other smart home devices. For tips, you can connect Haneet at haneetsingh@outlook.com

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