18.06.2024

Xiaomi has updated the list of obsolete smartphones

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Xiaomi has updated the list of officially out of service (EOS) devices. The company does not provide system updates and security patches for such smartphones, and also “may not respond” to reports of found vulnerabilities in these devices. In other words, it may not be safe to use them further. jpg” alt=”Xiaomi has updated the list of obsolete smartphones” />

Now the list has been replenished with Mi 9 SE and Mi Play (codenamed Lotus). They came out with Android 9 and Android 8 respectively. While the Play's deprecation is expected (it didn't even get MIUI 12), it's surprising that Xiaomi retired it later than the flagship Mi 8, also released in 2018.

Full list of EOS- Xiaomi devices looks like this:

Xiaomi

  • Mi 1
  • Mi 2, Mi 2A
  • Mi 3
  • Mi 4, Mi 4S, Mi 4c
  • Mi 5, Mi 5s, Mi 5s Plus, Mi 5c, Mi 5X
  • Mi 6, Mi 6X
  • < li>Mi Note, Mi Note Pro

  • Mi Note 2
  • Mi Note 3
  • Mi Mix
  • Mi Mix 2, Mi Mix 2S
  • Mi Max
  • < li>Mi Max 2

  • Mi A1
  • Mi A2, Mi A2 Lite
  • Mi Pad
  • Mi Pad 2
  • Mi Pad 3
  • Mi Pad 4, Mi Pad 4 Plus
  • Mi Max 3
  • Mi 8 SE, Mi 8 UD, Mi 8 Lite, Mi 8 Explorer Edition
  • Mi Mix 3
  • Mi 9 SE
  • Mi Play

Redmi

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  • Redmi 1, Redmi 1S
  • Redmi 2, Redmi 2A
  • Redmi 3, Redmi 3S, Redmi 3X
  • Redmi 4, Redmi 4X, Redmi 4A
  • Redmi 5, Redmi 5 Plus, Redmi 5A
  • Redmi Note 1, Redmi Note 1S
  • Redmi Note 2, Redmi Note 2 Pro
  • Redmi Note 3
  • Redmi Note 4, Redmi Note 4X
  • Redmi Note 5, Redmi Note 5A
  • Redmi Pro
  • Redmi 6, Redmi 6 Pro, Redmi 6A
  • Redmi S2
  • Redmi Y2
  • Redmi Note 6 Pro
  • The updated listing page notes that Xiaomi aims to provide security updates for 2 years after the release of the SM. phone.