Next month, the premiere of Xiaomi 12 will take place. Simultaneously with the announcement of the flagship, the company will present the compact Xiaomi 12X and a new version of the MIUI 13 proprietary shell. Now the interface is under testing on Xiaomi 12 and the first results are positive.
MIUI 13 on the upcoming Xiaomi 12
It is expected that the smartphone will be released with a pre-installed MIUI 12.5 shell based on Android 11; and later will receive an update to Android 12 with the proprietary MIUI 13 shell. Although there are those who believe that Xiaomi 12 will receive MIUI 13, but based on Android 11. There is also speculation that Xiaomi 12X and Redmi K50 will receive MIUI 13; but the shell will be based on Android 11, and later they will be updated to Android 12.
Recall that Xiaomi 12 will be built on Snapdragon 8 Gen1, will offer a four-sided AMOLED panel with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a 4500 mAh battery with 120 W fast charging, and a triple rear camera with a 50-megapixel main sensor. As for the Xiaomi 12X and Redmi K50, they can get the Snapdragon 870+, which will launch soon.
MIUI 13: when to expect and what’s new
If everything goes as predicted, then in December, simultaneously with the announcement of Xiaomi 12, MIUI 13 will be presented.
MIUI 13 will offer a number of useful innovations and that all the charm of it will consist of small details; which give the comfort of working with the device.
Among these changes is the rethinking of the multitasking function. MIUI 13 will offer a new smart set of tools for launching games, watching videos, taking notes and more. It will be enough to click on a special icon in any application to access the desired option. In the camera settings, it will be possible to remember which of the lenses was in use during the last shooting; so that later, when you start the application, you can immediately return to working with it.
By updating devices to MIUI 13, users should see a new battery temperature indicator; a parcel tracking widget, an updated Gallery, and other changes. The new system will also allow users to automatically back up and restore data; when switching between MIUI Beta and Stable. The developers also paid a lot of attention to seamlessly connecting a smartphone with a laptop or Windows-based personal computer for instant data exchange. However, we will for sure discover more features at the presentation of the new user interface.