MIUI 13 to come with system-level anti-fraud & full-link protection


MIUI 13

Earlier today, Xiaomi officially confirmed that the MIUI 13 system will be released on December 28th. According to the company, this new system improves on three core technology including focus computing, atomic memory, and liquid storage. However, in a new Weibo post, Xiaomi also revealed that the MIUI 13 system will come with system-level anti-fraud protection and a full-link guardian. Unfortunately, MIUI did not give details of the system-level anti-fraud protection. However, the company claims that the system will be faster and more stable.

MIUI 13

Xiaomi claims that after 36 months of use, the read and write performance of MIUI 13 degrades by less than 5%. According to the official, after half a year of optimization, MIUI13 has improved fluency by 15% – 52%. The system also improves system application fluency by 20% – 26% and the frame drop rate now goes more than 90%. Thanks to this, MIUI13 ranks first among all mobile phones in Master Lu’s Android fluency evaluation.

MIUI 13

In addition to the MIUI 13 system for smartphones, the company will also announce MIUI 13 for tablets. The company calls the MIUI 13 for tablets MIUI 13 Pad. According to Xiaomi, MIUI 13 Pad already supports the top 3000 applications. This means that these applications will work seamlessly on Xiaomi’s tablet without any issues. Furthermore, these applications will be fully optimized and there will be no gaps in the display.

MIUI 13 poster

Xiaomi took to Weibo this morning to officially tease the MIUI 13. The poster seems to reveal some design elements of MIUI13, including curves, squares, perspective, flattening, and color. According to Xiaomi’s VP, Chang Cheng, Xiaomi 12 series will arrive with MIUI13 out of the box. Furthermore, he claims that the MIUI 13 system comes with many upgrades. The first batch of devices to get MIUI13 includes Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11 Pro, Mi 11, and Redmi K40.

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MIUI 13

On Weibo, Lei Jun also launched a vote to solicit netizens’ inclination to improve MIUI. Before the deadline,…“Smoothness and non-stuck” ranked first, followed by “fewer bugs, fast bug fixes”, and again “good-looking and easy-to-use interaction”. These are the needs of MIUI fans.

The previous generation MIUI 12, including MIUI 12.5, caused some complaints among users, and Lei Jun also stated many times that the MIUI team is making every effort to optimize and adjust. Considering that the Xiaomi 12 slogan is “fast and stable”, the new system, as well as the Snapdragon 8 Gen1, must make this device smooth.

From the appearance of the Xiaomi 12 on GeekBenck 5, the MIUI13 system on Xiaomi 12 is based on Android 12.

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