It Looks Like Some Redmi 12C Users Have Started Getting HyperOS Update in India

The new software update includes firmware version as

  • Redmi 12C smartphone is one of the first in the budget category to get Xiaomi’s new OS.
  • The new software update also brings the January 2024 Android security patch, new system fonts, and redesigned weather app.
  • Xiaomi is yet to release the HyperOS software update for the Xiaomi Pad 6, and the Redmi Note 13 series in India.

A few days back, Xiaomi confirmed that the Xiaomi 13 Pro and the Xiaomi Pad 6 would receive the HyperOS software update in India in January. And as promised, the brand has started rolling out the HyperOS update for the Xiaomi 13 Pro recently. Now, in a recent development, the company has started seeding out the HyperOS software update for its budget-oriented Redmi 12C smartphone in India, even ahead of the newly launched Redmi Note 13 series.

HyperOS Software Update For Redmi 12C Brings January 2024 Android Security Patch

While the brand has not confirmed any details about this recent software release, a user on X (formerly Twitter) confirmed that he received the HyperOS software update on his Redmi 12C unit. It is quite surprising, as the brand’s other high-end devices are still yet to receive the HyperOS update in India. In fact, the brand is also yet to seed out the HyperOS for its recently released Redmi Note 13 series smartphones in the country.

The newly released software update for the Redmi 12C is of 4GB in size, and it carries the firmware version From the changelog details available via screenshot, we can see that the HyperOS software update for the device brings in an all-new System font, a redesigned weather app, and the latest January 2024 Android security patch.

It could be possible that the new update is being released in a phased manner, and more users are still yet to receive the new software release. The Redmi 12C was launched by Xiaomi in India back in March last year.

The device features a 6.71-inch display that has an HD+ resolution and a standard 60Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, the device is powered by an octa-core Helio G85 processor which is aided with Mali-G52 2EEMC2 GPU.

The smartphone features a 50MP dual-camera setup, an 8MP selfie camera, and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The rest of the key features which the device offer includes a 3.5mm audio jack, an IP52 rating, 4G VoLTE support, a 5,000mAh battery, and 10W charging. The device comes in four colour options in India, and its price starts at Rs 8,999 in the country.