MIUI 12.5: these Xiaomi smartphones are updating

At the end of 2020 Xiaomi has packaged the incremental update MIUI 12.5 which was developed to accompany the arrival on the market of the latest smartphone family Wed 11.

Obviously the version of the user interface that is between the MIUI 12 and the MIUI 13 it did not remain the prerogative of the direct successor of Mi 10 but, slowly, it is also arriving on other smartphones, including longer-lived ones.

Xiaomi Mi 11i

About a month ago the communication was issued that the program would also start shortly Beta Testing to bring it shortly to other non-Xiaomi devices, these:

  • LITTLE F3;
  • POCO F2 PRO;
  • POCO X2;
  • POCO X3 PRO;
  • LITTLE M2;
  • POCO M3;
  • POCO M2 PRO;
  • POCO X3 NFC version;
  • LITTLE C3.

We also know that many Xiaomi like Mi 9S, Mi Note 10 e Redmi Note 9T are updating in these hours with the company that is respecting this list:

  • Xiaomi Mi 11
  • Xiaomi Mi 10T
  • Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro
  • Xiaomi Mi 10
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro
  • Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5G
  • Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite
  • Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro
  • Xiaomi Mi Note 10
  • Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite
  • Redmi Note 9T
  • Redmi Note 9 Pro
  • Redmi Note 9S
  • Redmi Note 9
  • Redmi Note 8 Pro
  • Redmi 9

The improvements brought with the MIUI 12.5 they are many. For example being a leaner interface with a up to 22% less load for the CPU and up to 15% less for energy consumption. The programmers have worked hard regarding the video performance of the system UI with processes dedicated to the gestures and execution of their animations. In this way the process will have the exclusivity of the hardware when called into question.

When will MIUI 12.5 arrive for all smartphones on the list? Xiaomi gives a timing between the second and third quarter 2021 therefore, some of these will be very timely.

In addition, some will receive it anyway but are not present, for now, in the list. They will be taken over later when the trance of those just mentioned has been served.


Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.

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