In comparison to MIUI 12.5 Enhanced Version, MIUI 13 is said to enhance “fluency” by 20–26% for system applications and by 15–52% for third-party apps.
To coincide with the premiere of the Xiaomi 12 series on Tuesday, December 28, MIUI 13 will be released. In comparison to MIUI 12.5, the new version of MIUI is said to provide a number of performance enhancements. As for “system fluency” and “stability,” Xiaomi says both would be enhanced in MIUI 13. The Xiaomi 12 and Xiaomi 12 Pro will ship with MIUI 9 pre-installed. According to reports, MIUI 13 is also expected to be released for the Mi Mix 4, the Redmi K40 line of phones, and the Mi 11 Ultra and Mi 11 Pro, among others.
The release date of MIUI 13 has been revealed by Xiaomi on Weibo. On Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. CST Asia (5 p.m. IST), the launch will take place.
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Additionally, Xiaomi has announced the launch date for MIUI 12.5, which will have a 20–26% improvement in “fluency” for system applications and a 15–52% improvement in “fluency” for third-party apps. Users will be able to safeguard themselves from cyber and telecommunications fraud with the new MIUI’s ‘Privacy Security Goalkeeper’ feature and other privacy and security advancements, according to reports.
Xiaomi 12 Series Pre-Orders Exceed 200,000, Key Specifications Unveiling at MWC According to the rumours, the next version of MIUI 13 would include a number of performance-enhancing technologies including Focus Computing 2.0, liquid storage, and atomic memory. 3,000 applications would be able to run in full-screen mode on the upcoming MIUI version, according to Xiaomi’s claims.
On MIUI 13, we may also anticipate a variety of interface-level updates, including new themes, wallpapers, and icons. Additionally, the new version of MIUI may include fixes for some of the flaws found in previous releases of MIUI. MIUI 13 Pad, a tablet-optimized version of the operating system, will also be available. Founder and CEO of Xiaomi, Lei Jun, revealed last week that the Xiaomi 12 series would come with MIUI 13 preinstalled. However, the firm hasn’t revealed which additional smartphones would be upgraded to the new MIUI. A report by Xiaomi, on the other hand, stated that the update will be available for a wide range of devices, including the Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 and Mi 11 Ultra, as well as the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G and the Xiaomi Mi 10S.