Xiaomi unveiled MIUI 11, the next version of its Android skin, this week. The Chinese smartphone maker revealed the new interface alongside the Mi 9 Pro and the Mi MIX Alpha smartphones. The company shared a list of over 40 devices that will be updated to this new version of Xiaomi's custom Android skin. However,
Xiaomi is preparing to launch two much-anticipated flagship smartphones in the coming weeks in the market. These upcoming flagship smartphones include the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 smartphone along with Mi 9 Pro 5G smartphone. We have seen both these devices surface on various certification websites in the last couple of weeks. Xiaomi has not shared
It seems Xiaomi has made a blunder related to the release of its upcoming Android skin MIUI 11. The company apparently accidentally rolled out the update to some of its smartphones before the launch. This seems to have leaked some of the details of what's new in the upcoming update for MIUI 11. The most
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is working hard on MIUI 11, the next version of its in-house Android-based operating system. As per previous reports, the company is expected to launch the upcoming Android 10-based skin MIUI 11 on September 24. The company is also rumored to launch its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4
Chinese smartphone maker and electronics giant Xiaomi is hard at work to launch its next major software version, MIUI 11. The company has already revealed some information about what to expect from MIUI 11 in past reports. As previously reported, the company is working hard to fix the menace of advertisements inside the operating system.
Xiaomi is set to launch MIUI 11 as its newest interface for mobile devices. The Chinese smartphone maker has been working on the next version of its custom Android interface for some time now. It seems that MIUI 11 will arrive as early as September. Xiaomi's Product Director and Experience Chief for MIUI has hinted
It iOne of major criticism Xiaomi has faced in the recent past is over displaying advertisements in MIUI. To an extent, it's a planned approach to make margins from the software, as they claim to keep providing great hardware at affordable prices. However, regardless of that, Xiaomi has always come under fire for the irritating
Xiaomi is one of the most popular smartphone brands in India for providing great hardware at affordable prices. However, regardless of that, they have come under fire from fans for the irritating ads in Xiaomi MIUI. Enough so that most of the announcements of Twitter include responses from fans asking to turn the ads off.
Xiaomi is preparing to launch a bunch of new smartphones including the Mi A3 and a Snapdragon 855-powered flagship under the Redmi brand in the next few weeks. While these devices will feature new hardware, they are also likely to feature a differentiating software experience. The code analysis of Xiaomi's software shows that the Chinese
Xiaomi's MIUI 10 is yet to reach all of its smartphones but the company has begun work on MIUI 11. The next version of Xiaomi's forked user interface for Android, is expected to come with major changes to its user interface, look and appearance. During a Q&A, Liu Ming, Xiaomi MIUI's product manager and design
Xiaomi is not known for bringing the newest version of Android to its smartphones immediately. Instead, the company aims to bring some of the key features to its version of Android first. While most Xiaomi smartphones run MIUI 10 based on Android Oreo, they already borrow the notification shade design and vertical volume controls first
Xiaomi is yet to push the MIUI 10 update to all of its compatible devices but its software developers have already begun working on MIUI 11. Ahead of its official release, the list of devices eligible for MIUI 11 update has leaked and Xiaomi seems to be planning to support even devices that are several
Xiaomi recently detailed the list of devices that will be compatible with MIUI 10, the next version of its forked Android user experience. The Chinese smartphone maker has confirmed that MIUI 10 based on Android Oreo will be pushed to up to 33 models across the Mi and Redmi series. Now, the team behind MIUI