Xiaomi MIUI 13: New leaks and Release date

Abhisekh Mishra
Abhisekh Mishra

MIUI 13, which is based on Android 12, is yet to be revealed officially by Xiaomi. It has, however, begun beta testing MIUI 13 on its flagship devices. According to Xiaomi CEO Lei Jung, MIUI 13 is expected to be released by the end of the year. The MIUI 13’s closed beta upgrades for the Mi 11 series are now available in China. When MIUI 13 releases this year, it is expected to be available in China first, like its previous versions. Customers in India will be able to try out the updated MIUI 13 operating system, as soon as it is available.

Xiaomi MIUI 13 will be available in the fourth quarter of 2021. Xiaomi’s official confirmation, as well as reports from a variety of sources, point to the abovementioned date. There are a lot of nifty features in the most recent generation upgrade of MIUI 13 over its previous iteration.

Furthermore, Xiaomi is running a user survey to better understand Xiaomi device customers’ demands, to produce MIUI 13 Custom ROM. The MIUI 13 Next-generation upgrade will be more efficient and feature-rich, which is a win-win for devout fans. The rollout is planned to commence In November or December of 2021, and the beta version of MIUI 13 will be released first, followed by the stable version.

App Pinning on Share Screen

Although the app pinning option on the Android share screen may appear tiny, it can be really valuable to a large number of individuals. Users can pin their favorite apps to the window, that opens whenever they hit the share button, on their phone from any location. This could be a significant new feature in the upcoming MIUI 13, as it holds the potential to significantly improve the whole MIUI experience.

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Xiaomi MIUI 13 Display

The MIUI always-on display will also receive an overhaul. However, it’s unclear if this will be due to Android 12 or a total overhaul of MIUI. At the moment, nothing is known about this, but upgrades could include how the AOD reacts to changing lighting conditions and how users can automate it, to show or hide notifications depending on what they’re doing.



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