Redmi 8A is receiving Android 10 replace worldwide

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Xiaomi has migrated its smartphones to MIUI 12 in the last few months. The company has also introduced the Android 10 update for its Redmi Budget 2019 smartphones. Redmi 8A, the company’s second most affordable phone launched last year, is now receiving this update worldwide.

Like every other Xiaomi device, the Redmi 8A received the first Android 10 update in China and was launched at the end of last month. Slowly, the update has now reached all international versions of the cell phones, except Indonesia, which we believe will be shipping soon.

Here are all the build numbers of Redmi 8A Android 10 update for all the regions.

Build Number







EEA (Europe)




Since the Chinese variant was updated in July, the build for this variant is delivered with the July 2020 security patch. Similarly, the global variant receives the same patch, as its update was rolled in the first week of August. On the other hand all other variants of Redmi 8A will receive the update for Android 10 with the security patch of August 2020.

Apart from that the Redmi 8A is also suitable for MIUI 12, but it will not get Android 11 like other smartphones of the 2019 budget.


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