What’s new in MIUI 12.5 and when will it go to the first Xiaomi / Redmi mobiles?

During a recent online event, the Chinese company Xiaomi launched the Mi 11 mobile phone, the Mi Electric Scooter Pro 2 and the 75 Mi Mi TV Q1. In addition to these new devices, there was also talk of a new version of the Android add-on that comes with the phone. It’s about MIUI system 12.5 and during the presentation we could see not only the main news in it, but also the schedule of the first wave of introduction to other mobile phones. So let’s go over what we learned from Xiaomi in this regard.

News in MIUI 12.5 and schedule of first updates

Most system applications will go to uninstall / remove

Great news for opponents at the beginning bloatwaru or pre-installed (and often unnecessary) applications. There have always been a lot of them in MIUI, but now they are changing. Xiaomi leaves only seven basic tools in the solid “core”. The rest (look at the picture) can be either completely removed or uninstalled.

More economical operation of applications

MIUI 12.5 runs a redesigned SystemUI environment, in which the developers are said to have managed to significantly reduce the demands of running applications on battery power and processor performance. The battery discharge should now be 15% smaller, for CPU load we look forward to 22% savings.

New “thread” for full screen gestures

Because full-screen gestures are often a big mess for the processor, Xiaomi decided to own “thread” for processes. For example, when moving between applications or taking a screenshot, these processes will now not compete for performance with other applications.

Which phones will they go to in the first wave?

  • start Q2 2021
    • Mi 10/10 Pro
    • Mi 10T / 10T Pro
  • later in Q2 2021
    • Mi 10 Lite
    • Mi 10T Lite
    • Mi Note 10 / 10 Pro / 10 Lite
    • Redmi Note 9 / 9 Pro
    • Redmi Note 9S
    • Redmi Note 9T
    • Redmi Note 8
    • Redmi 9
  • Telefony other phones in other waves

Which novelty in the system comes to you most interesting?

Source: Xiaomi


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