Xiaomi teases MIUI 12, to arrive in Q3 2020

Miui 12
Chinese phone maker Xiaomi today teased MIUI 12 - the next version of its custom Android skin and successor to MIUI 11.

The company didn't reveal anything about MIUI 12, other than sharing an image on Chinese social network Weibo with its logo.

MIUI 11 was announced last September and its global stable ROM began rolling out in October, so we expect the MIUI 12 to arrive during the same period.

MIUI 11 brought along system-wide dark mode, improved always-on display, and Mi Lan Pro system font. 

It also came with new animations, wallpapers and themes, and the company also announced Mi Go Travel suite to help you with booking tickets for different modes of travel.

What MIUI 12 will bring in and how big an upgrade it will be over its predecessor remains to be seen, but more information about it is likely to surface in the coming weeks or months.

Source (in Chinese)

Xiaomi officially confirms MIUI 12; launching later this year

MIUI has been one of the major offerings from Xiaomi, which was first released in 2010.

Since then, the company has been continuously updating this custom operating system and it’s been around 444 weeks.

The upcoming MIUI 12, which will mark the 10th anniversary of the Xiaomi’s user interface, is expected to bring a refreshed interface along with some impressive features. It will be interesting to see what the company has planned to mark this milestone.

Xiaomi Initiates The Developement of MIUI 12!

Xiaomi announced that the development of MIUI 12 officially began today.

To recap, MIUI 11 revamps Xiaomi’s visual design by offering a brand-new font, “Milan Pro,” and introduces the world’s first dynamic font scaling feature. Xiaomi also integrates new dynamic sound effects that resemble ambient sounds from nature. These new visual design and sound effects have won X

MIUI 11 also delivers two new suites of office apps, Mi Work and Mi Go, aiming to provide business solutions for on-the-go situations. Mi Work suite includes file sharing, large document transfer, smart screen cast, wireless printing features, etc., while Mi Go has a smart travel assistant as well as extreme power saving mode, which allows for a standby time of up to 24 hours with only 5% battery life.

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  • d i t a
    d i t a
    11 February 2020 at 17:52
    yg pke wa darkmode, balik lg kek yg biasa gak? tiba2 yg ak ilang:(
    • d i t a
      Arjun Lap
      11 February 2020 at 17:52