The deadly Koronoi epidemic that first broke out in the city of Ohan China and spread throughout most of the country, employing the whole world in the last month. Already, 2000 people have died and 75000 have been infected by the virus.
The epidemic has caused major losses in China's economy, as it has forced many large companies in the country to cut production. And now virus, cause major tech companies to postpone OS updates.
Xiaomi MIUI 11 update postponed
Xiaomi releases regular beta builds for users who have signed up to the MIUI 11 beta program. But according to Piunikaweb, the latest version (MIUI 11 beta 20.2.19) was more delayed than usual.
But even when it was finally released, several devices Xiaomi they didn't receive it. In a press release, Xiaomi mentions that the Coronoise outbreak is responsible for not having the update on all devices, including the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro, Mi 9, Mi 8, Redmi K20 Pro, Mi 6, Redmi K30, Redmi K30 5G , Mi 10 and Mi MIX 2S.
The company says that the update for the Mi 9 and Redmi K20 Pro is in the process of being set up, while the Redmi K30 is postponed because it has not been tested.
However, Xiaomi promises to release the updates in the coming weeks.
FuntouchOS 10 update is postponed
As the company said on Weibo, following the cancellation of its plans to release the update in February, the public beta of FuntouchOS 10 will be released in late March.
The first Vivo handsets to receive the FuntouchOS 10 beta are the NEX 3, NEX 3 5G, NEX S, NEX Dual Display, X27 and X2 Pro.
Η Google started the first developer preview for Android 11, for Google Pixel devices. Meanwhile, Vivo devices are still running it Android 9 Pie, that is, two versions before the current version of Android. The delay in the release of FuntouchOS 10 is certainly a disappointing news for Vivo users who have been waiting for the new release of Android 10 for a long time.