Xiaomi top exec says the MIUI 11 could arrive in no distant time


MIUI – Xiaomi’sAndroid version which was first released in 2010 has a great appeal in China, and the Chinese firm is already beginning to optimize the UI for its non-Chinese fans. The MIUI 10 brought in a slew of improvements, but the company already hinted that the next update – the Xiaomi MiUI 11 will bring even more advanced features.

It’s a little over a year since the Chinese firm introduced the MIUI 10 so the MIUI 11 is due for release. While there isn’t yet a definite date set for the release, the brand’s Product Director and Experience Chief for MIUI has hinted that the MIUI 11 could be arriving in no distant time. Aside from the usual slew of new features, the OS is expected to bring to the table, Xiaomi has hinted that the MIUI 11 is positioned as a “new unique OS” that will primarily address the issue of advertisements.

The ads are not going entirely. Instead, the brand hinted that will introduce Algorithms that can only show ads that are relevant to users’ interests. The number of advertisements will also be reduced so as not to make their presence excessively annoying.

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Overall, the MIUI 11 promises to offer a lighter and fresher UI  on Xiaomi smartphones. Based on early reports, the MIUI 11 amongst other features will come with the under-listed features/updates;

  • Dark mode
  • Face Unlock + Fingerprint
  • Automatic screenshots management
  • Unlock by voice command
  • New app drawer
  • New sound effects (partly with Dolby)
  • Improved AI Features
  • Status bar optimization
  • Battery charge status on an info screen
  • Private albums for videos
  • Refreshed icons and Smoother Animations
  • Improved energy saving functions like Monochrome
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Devices getting the Miui 11 update

According to information from MIUI forums, some Xiaomi, as well as Redmi devices, have been tipped to get the MIUI11 update when available.

The Mi 9, Mi 8, Mi 8 SE, Mi 8 Pro, and the Mi 8 Explorer Edition top the list. Others are the Mi 6, Mi Mix 3, and the Mi Mix 2s. You can find the full list here.


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