A few weeks back, Xiaomi has announced the global rollout for MIUI 13; now, the company announced the official rollout for MIUI 13 skin based on Android 12 in India, following the deployment in Chinese and global markets.
An official live video streamed on YouTube explained the various features of the operating system, and the company claims MIUI 13 as the “the cleanest UI ever made. MIUI 13 is meticulously designed to focus more on performance enhancements in Xiaomi devices alongside revamped design.
In India, the MIUI 13 is slated to roll out for ten machines. Let’s delve into the specifications of the new MIUI 13 introduced.
MIUI new features:
After dropping a teaser, MIUI finally made its way to India a bit late, but not too; after debuting in a few country’s markets, MIUI 13 had a significant role around nations. With an elaborate introduction to the operating system, we’ll be able to decipher that MIUI 13 doesn’t resemble the few copies we happened to see in the past.
It is the end of misconception and starting of new features. MIUI 13 was built to equip different RAM, processors, and better optimization. In MIUI 13, we can also see the new optimized file storage system be with a 60% enhanced efficiency, much lesser storage segment with the help of Liquid Storage.
Moreover, this cannot be taken as a simple thing; the system promises to offer users a 95% read/ write speed even after 36 months of usage; but not sure about the surety level, but to some extent, it would make it so, considering the Statement provided yet before the announcement.
Further, the latest modifications of MIUI have teamed up with a “beauty of science” to offer a series of new dynamic wallpapers of crystal growth for the MIUI 13 operating system. This can be seen in the range of Xiaomi products such as the latest Xiaomi smartphones, watches, and TVs.
It also enables live wallpapers to pair with a new sidebar, allowing users to explore the apps they would like to venture more than others. Still, the UI has some space left to place things; the UI has also gratified to alter the notes with new changes, including new mind maps and Game Turbo, Control Centre. This comes as the most significant approach to the new UI; the UI allows users to remove pre-installed apps as their desires.
The first wave of the rollout for India:
MIUI 13 latest versions are gearing up to start the rollout in India in Q1 of this year. Xiaomi and Redmi devices that are eligible to get this MIUI 13 are mentioned below:
• Mi 11 Ultra
• Mi 11x Pro
• Xiaomi 11T Pro
• Mi 11X
• Xiaomi 11 Lite NE 5G
• Mi 11 Lite
• Redmi Note 10 Pro Max
• Redmi Note 10 Pro
• Redmi Note 10
• Redmi Note Prime
And we expect to see more devices will get an update in the coming days. But as of now, there hasn’t been any official information.