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What's new with Xiaomi's MIUI 12.5?

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Along with the launch of the Mi 11 flagship, Xiaomi recently introduced the latest version of its custom Android skin—the MIUI 12.5. Let's check what's new with it.
iOS vs MIUI 12.5

New features of MIUI 12.5

Coming from MIUI 12, MIUI 12.5 comes with massive privacy improvements, optimized application handling, the ability to receive notifications and do some work on connected Windows devices, and improved aesthetics/visual design.
Fewer pre-installed apps vs other OS and skins
Fewer pre-installed apps vs other OS and skins

Xiaomi showed that MIUI 12.5 has a similar transition design from iOS and boasted that it has the list system apps compared with Apple, Huawei, OPPO, vivo, and Meizu. It'll only come with a few preinstalled apps for Settings, Camera, Phone, Browser, and etc. Bloatwears are almost non-existent.
The new wallpaper
The new wallpaper

There's a new dynamic wallpaper showing the highest peak of Four Sisters Mountain in Sichuan, China. It adapts in real-life based on the actual weather around you.

It also has customizations for sight and sounds like multiple notifications will come in four different tones, inspired by different places around the world.

In terms of optimizations, Xiaomi claimed that MIUI 12.5 uses 20 percent less memory and 25 percent less power. Memory usage will also decrease by an average of 35 percent making your phone smoother than ever.

For security, MIUI 12.5 will let users prevent applications from accessing location, private data, access to the clipboard, and won't save passwords as well as other sensitive information.

When will you get MIUI 12.5?

Xiaomi is planning to roll out the MIUI 12.5 stable builds at the end of April 2021 for the Chinese market. The first phones to get this update are the Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, and Mi 10 Extreme Commemorative Edition.

The stable build rollout for the international market has no target date yet.

Stay tuned for more info.

Source: Sina, Via: GSMArena, GizChina
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