After the China launch of the user interface, Xiaomi has now finally launched the new MIUI 12 for the rest of the world. The MIUI 12 is the successor of the MIUI 11 comes with some improvements. Let’s take a look at the features, changes, and supported devices.
MIUI 12 Features and Supported Devices
The all-new MIUI 12 has some improvements in the animation making the animations look more natural and smoother. The company is able to deliver this via the new rendering engine. The update also brings advanced color blending and blurring. It comes with a better multitasking functionality, as u get the new floating window.
The major highlighting change is improved privacy. Xiaomi faced a lot of hate and backlash for its privacy on the older MIUI 11. It had some security issues and was caught harvesting users’ data even in incognito mode. Now, with the 12th iteration of the User Interface, the company claims complete security.
Read the Xiaomi Privacy Issue here – Xiaomi Is Harvesting Users’ Data Even In Incognito Mode; Reports Claim Xiaomi Owned Apps Leaking Data To Other Chinese Giants
Other than this, the UI also gets a casting functionality that will help users cast the smartphone’s screen to other devices.
Moving to the support, here is the official list of MIUI 12 supported devices –
Round 1(devices getting the update in June)
- Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro
- Xiaomi’s Mi 9, Mi 9T Pro, and Mi 9T
Round 2 (devices getting the update in July/August)
- Redmi Note 9 Lineup
- Redmi Note 8 Lineup
- Redmi Note 7 Lineup
- Redmi Note 6 Lineup
- Redmi Note 5 Lineup
- Redmi 8, Redmi 7, Redmi 6 lineup
- Redmi Y2, Y3, and S2
- Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 and Mix 3 lineup
- Xiaomi Mi Max 3
- Xiaomi Mi 10 Lineup
- Xiaomi Mi 9 Lineup
- Xiaomi Mi 8 Lineup
- Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and 10 Lite
- Xiaomi Mi Note 3
- Poco F1, Poco F2 Pro, and Poco X2