Few weeks ago, Android 12 arrived on the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro in Europe. The update package has 3.3 GB in size and includes quite a few changes and fixes, but also packs new bugs and compatibility issues. Users are still waiting for the Global update which seems delayed. Here's why...
Do you own a Xiaomi device? Are you tired of lags and poor performance, especially on low-end smartphones? The solution to this problem is the MemeUI Enhancer module, which optimizes the performance of MIUI. Though it seems like not a great concern for flagship users, However, MIUI due to its heavy services and animations is sluggish when compared to others. In this post, we will introduce you to a module that will make your experience with MIUI better.
Furthermore, Battlegrounds Mobile India is developed by South Korean company Krafton and is quite similar to its predecessor PUBG Mobile India. It’d not be wrong to mention that Krafton has practically replicated all the features of PUBG Mobile India in Battlegrounds Mobile India.
Xiaomi introduces the newest software-based feature named “Pure mode” with MIUI 13 to protect your device from junk files. Back in September 2021, the company started to recruit the beta tester for its “Pure Mode” found on the Chinese build of MIUI. Xiaomi has silently started releasing the Pure Mode to their smartphones in China.
Xiaomi MIUI 13 Device List: These eligible Android 11 devices should receive the next version of MIUI
Xiaomi started rolling out the stable MIUI 12, the latest version of its MIUI skin. The company also started the Android 11 beta program for some of its smartphones.
We recently heard that the company is developing the next version of MIUI – MIUI 13. This is a hot topic of discussion currently among several Xiaomi smartphone users.
Users of Global versions of Redmi Note 8 pro are finally able to download the latest MIUI version based on Android 11. The update size is 2.2GB as usual MIUI updates.
After unveiling MIUI 12 in April last year, Xiaomi shared a list of eligible devices that would receive the update. But the company removed four devices from the list in December last year due to compatibility and performance issues
In April 2020, Xiaomi launched MIUI 12 with a bunch of new features and changes. However, after more than a year, the company is yet to announce the next major version of its mobile operating system