Today, during the events in Beijing, Xiaomi, in addition to the premium Xiaomi Mi 11 phone, also presented the latest version of its custom user interface - MIUI 12.5. it is a version that inherits MIUI 12 and implements significant privacy enhancements, application management optimizations, and the ability to receive notifications and work on connected Windows devices.
The company pointed out that, although the name suggests that it is a minor update, it is a big step forward and what will launch the company's phones in 2021.
The new MIUI 12.5 arrives with improved aesthetics and visual design. Back-end development involved reworking the main structure, so MIUI 12.5 thus uses 20% less memory and consumes 25% less battery during operation (background memory usage is reduced by an average of 35 percent). When it comes to apps, you only get a small number of pre-installed apps for settings, camera, and calling, so there is no other bloatware.
As with the MIUI 11 and MIUI 12 versions, there is another new dynamic background. There are also multiple adjustments of sizes and sounds, and everything is inspired by different areas around the world.
When it comes to security, MIUI 12.5 will prevent applications from accessing the user's location, private data, clipboard and will not store passwords and other sensitive information.
More Xiaomi phones are eligible for the first closed beta of the new software, and all Mi 10 devices, the Redmi K30, as well as some older models such as some Redmi Note 7 versions and the Xiaomi Mi 9 line will be able to connect. Beta is only available in China.