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MIUI 12 is Official, Challenges iOS – 22 Models To First Upgrade

After much speculation and a lengthy official confirmation period, the much-awaited MIUI 12 US by Xiaomi is now official! According to the company’s beliefs, this system is equally as good as iOS as it builds from square one. The Xiaomi MIUI 12 contains brand new features, from its animation to icons and more. 22 models of the software are currently undergoing beta testing and the stable version is said to be released in June. 

Xiaomi Phones To Get The MIUI 12 Update Now

The models available include Redmi K30, Redmi K20, Xiaomi CC9 Pro, Redmi Note 7 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 9 SE, Xiaomi CC9, Xiaomi CC9 Mito Custom Edition, Redmi Note 8 Pro, Redmi Note 7, Xiaomi Mi 8, Xiaomi Mi 8 on-screen fingerprint version, Xiaomi Mi MIX 3, Xiaomi Mi 8 Transparent Edition, Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S, Xiaomi Mi Note 3, Xiaomi Mi Max 3, Xiaomi Mi 8 Youth Edition, Xiaomi Mi MIX 2, Redmi Note 5, Xiaomi Mi 6X, Xiaomi Mi 8 SE, Xiaomi Mi 6. After you apply for the MIUI 12 internal testing, OTA upgrades will be available at 6 P.M tonight.


With the MIUI 12, Xiaomi aims to challenge iOS based on their animations. Therefore, Xiaomi has delved into an entirely unique tangent of research and has obtained an exceptionally state-of-the-art technical architecture. The software comes with compelling icons, forms, weather, and other design technologies by Xiaomi. The company stresses the fact that all of these technologies are new, probably in an attempt to convince MI fans that it is not a duplication of iOS.

In terms of UI, MIUI 12 comes with an entirely new set of wallpaper functions. Xiaomi takes models of planets and turns them into lively wallpapers. 

MIUI 12 is Safe and Secure

Over the course of the past 10 years, this system has performed a great deal of leading industry work to improve the security and privacy of their software. In response to the rising and severe information leaks, MUI attained many reliable privacy certifications.

This system now provides advanced new features like flares and interceptors. Flares are capable of smoothly recording application behavior and informing the users of any suspicious behavior. Moreover, when an app requests the users’ permission to access the camera, microphone, or the GPS, the system will show a clear prompt which you can click to control the request.

Furthermore, the interceptors are responsible for regulating app permissions and completely disables the use of cameras and background wake-ups while the app is not in use. Once the application has obtained permission, you can choose whether to allow it while using the app or at a specified time. In addition, MIUI 12 is the first mobile operating system to have passed TÜV Rhineland’s “Android System Enhanced Privacy Protection Test” in order to ensure full protection of the users’ privacy and security.

MIUI supports a global free window, allowing it to multitask on another level which can adapt to various usage schemes. An example of MIUI’s multitasking capabilities is that if you enter news or any other section, you can gently slide it down to shrink into a small window and slide up to exit it. If you want to check the status of an app, you can easily drag it to the corner of the screen to hang and examine the status page. The MIUI global free window might just be the world’s finest solution for mobile multitasking.

This System Takes AI Application To A New Level

The MIUI 12’s AI phone assistance has been formally updated for AI calls. It enables users to personalize the active language, the conversion between automatic answering or manual reply, and also to answer calls without even touching the phone. Moreover, you can also set the AI to make certain calls at specific times.

Additionally, MIUI brings extremely modern new functions that are reliant upon an array of new algorithms and motion detectors. Therefore, you can record an entire day walking, running, cycling, climbing stairs, and any other physical activity you do by simply keeping your phone in your pocket. And most importantly, it consumes less than 1% of your battery throughout the day.

Lastly, Xiaomi has also launched an MIUI menu that recreates the classic themes from the last 10 years in high-definition. MIUI users are now able to make use of the themes they love, no matter how old they are.

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