For many people, this new development may be painful sweet propaganda, but it is clear that Xiaomi, and more specifically the MIUI team’s current location. If you haven’t kept up with the latest developments in popular custom Android projects – Xiaomi has closed the MIUI Global Test Program.
Considering its great popularity, this can be shocking, but the latter is actually a double-edged sword. This issue involves many aspects and has been discussed in detail in the mi forum, but it all boils down to the fact that too many users use the beta version daily or consciously or through the actions of third-party resellers. The final decision was to make the MIUI Stable branch open to the general public, hoping to provide a smoother, error-free experience for the average consumer.
If you are still interested, the first beta wave is to find the owners of Pocophone F1, Mi 6, Redmi 6 and Redmi 6A, regardless of region. The Pocophone team will test Android Q, while others will try Android P. The version of the post that MIUI skin itself will involve is still a bit fuzzy. But this approach is comparable to the closed beta test.
Users can apply at the source link and the application will be open by July 7. In addition, please read other requirements and rules carefully, because Xiaomi seems to insist on maintaining this overall effort. Some of the more noteworthy points include good English proficiency, unlocked bootstrapping, the latest version of MIUI Stable on the phone, and familiarity with QQ messengers.
However, there is still a glimmer of hope in the form of some extra allowances provided by due diligent beta testers. Perhaps even the most active actual reward incentives. You can find all the information you need in the source link.