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MIUI 12 update will not come to these four phones including Redmi 6A, find out the reason

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Popular smartphone brand Xiaomi announced its new custom skin MIUI 12 earlier this year. Then last June, this MIUI update based on Android 10 for Indian users started rolling out. In India, we have been hearing for a long time that the update of MIUI 12 stable version will be available on around 50 Xiaomi devices. Already multiple Redmi, Mi or POCO phone users have also got the opportunity to use this new custom skin feature. But now Xiaomi has officially announced that the MIUI 12 update will not be offered on some of the brand’s phones in India.

According to reports, Xiaomi has canceled this update for four Redmi phones. These phones are Redmi 7, Redmi 6, Redmi 6A and Redmi Y3. These phones came on the market last year or earlier.

Earlier in May, the company announced that these four phones would receive a stable update of MIUI 12 in the second phase. But now Xiaomi has said through its official telegram channel that these phones will not be given new updates due to compatibility and performance issues.

By the way, Xiaomi launched Redmi 6 and Redmi 6A phones in the Indian market in 2016. Of these, the Redmi 6A became the company’s best-selling entry-level smartphone in 2016 and 2019. These two phones run on MediaTek Helio P22 and Helio A22 chipsets respectively. On the other hand, Redmi Y3 and Redmi 7 phones came in the market last year. Both phones have Snapdragon 732 processors. So this sudden decision of Shaomi has naturally aroused the annoyance in the minds of the users.

However, there is no reason for smartphone users to get confused after hearing this news. Because these four devices currently run on Android 10 based MIUI 11 OS. Moreover, Xiaomi has not announced that all updates for these phones will be canceled.

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V&A career cuts hazard shedding ‘1,000 many years of expertise’, union says

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V&A job cuts risk losing ‘1,000 years of expertise’, union says
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ob cuts at the Victoria & Albert Museum threat dropping “1,000 several years of expertise”, according to the union symbolizing workers.

It warned the federal government needs to “step up” and maximize funding to stop the loss of senior curators and industry experts presently currently being viewed as for redundancy as part of the V&A’s try to make huge personal savings in the encounter of lockdown.

The museum, which programs to reopen only 5 times a 7 days at initial, is hunting to preserve £10 million a 12 months following its visitor numbers collapsed in lockdown.

The redundancy approach is however ongoing but between the positions the union say are at hazard are senior curators and gurus in fields from conservation to science.

Prospect basic secretary Mike Clancy reported the pandemic experienced “shone a light” on the present-day funding product.

He claimed: “Nowhere is this much more obvious than at the V&A where the reaction to Covid-associated reduction of earnings is ensuing in the decline of much more than 1,000 yrs of professional knowledge.

“The government talks a good activity on the relevance of our culture but refuses to back it up with funding.”

He mentioned the govt had to enhance funding so the V&As “position as entire world chief can be preserved”.

A V&A spokeswoman stated unexpected emergency government funding experienced supplied it “a vital lifeline and time to stabilise and plan “.

She extra: “But in spite of this generous guidance and extensive value preserving actions, we are nonetheless experiencing the most major money obstacle in our background as a consequence of Covid-19.”

A spokeswoman for the Office of Culture, Media and Sport claimed the V&A had benefited from “a £100 million uplift in funding” for nationwide museums.

She explained: “As we shift via the upcoming stage of the government’s roadmap from 17 Could we persuade folks to stop by our environment-class museums like the V&A and do their little bit to guidance them”.

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