Xiaomi’s smartphones are still receiving updates to the MIUI 13 proprietary interface. The user interface will be developed on Android 11 or Android 12 depending on the device. Redmi 10 owners will be pleased to learn that they will receive a shell based on the current version of the green robot.
Redmi 10 is one of the first to update to MIUI 13 based on Android 12
The Redmi 10 will be updated to MIUI 13 based on Android 12 in the global market, according to reports. V18.104.22.168.SKUMIXM is the firmware’s name, and it weights 2.7 GB. The shell includes the January security patch, among other things. The firmware is currently in a stable beta version and is only available on a small number of devices. The company will commence a full-scale deployment of MIUI 13 to the global version of Redmi 10 after it is obvious that it is stable and key flaws have been fixed.
According to the changelog, customers could expect increased reliability, enhanced features, and a new widget system with the launch of MIUI 13 for Redmi 10. The firmware includes a new font called MiSans, as well as a dynamic allocation of system resources, an intelligent defrag tool to enhance storage performance, a sidebar to increase multitasking efficiency, and an intelligent defrag tool to improve storage performance.
Outside of China, the Xiaomi Pad 5 with the newest MIUI is now available. In the worldwide market, Xiaomi has also began delivering the global version of the MIUI 13 proprietary shell for Xiaomi Pad 5 tablet customers.
This firmware version is MIUI 13 for Pad, and it adds a slew of new capabilities for large-screen tablets. Xiaomi claims to have optimized floating windows, which can be adjusted in size. In addition, two floating windows can now be opened at the same time. MIUI 13 for Pad also allows you to customize your system keyboard shortcuts.
The MIUI 13.01.0 RKXMIXM firmware is in a stable beta phase. This indicates that it is provided to a limited number of people, with wider distribution to follow after the maker is satisfied that there are no significant faults. The firmware is not based on Android 11, the most recent version of the operating system. It also includes the January 2022 Android security update.
Last year, Xiaomi announced a huge milestone for its MIUI skin, which is a UI that runs on top of Android on Xiaomi and its sub-brands Redmi and Poco handsets. The number of monthly active users of the MIUI shell has surpassed 500 million, according to the Chinese company. It took 11 years for the company to achieve this.
As a result, in 2021, MIUI will have 18.65 million new users in China and 100 million in the rest of the world. In addition, MIUI had its formal debut in the summer of 2010, in August. Hundreds of beta testers were involved in the development of MIUI. After five years, in 2015, the total number of users had surpassed 100 million. Then the expansion began to pick up speed. In 2018, the firm announced 200 million users, with 300 million expected in 2019. The number of MIUI users globally has surpassed 400 million as of January 2021.