Highlights about upcoming MIUI 11
- Xiaomi’s Product Director and the Experience Chief for MIUI has validated that the MIUI 11 steady variation launch is nearby
- There is a minor possibility that the MIUI 11 will see the light at least by the end of September.
- In new features, we could expect voice-to-text translation feature, lesser advertisements and more.
Xiaomi’s custom-made OS, MIUI 11, has remained in the screening stage for rather a long time now, and it appears like the business is preparing for the rollout of the new software application quickly. Xiaomi’s Product Director and the Experience Chief for MIUI has validated that the MIUI 11 steady variation launch is nearby and it might get here by the end of September.
Given that it’s currently a little over a year because Xiaomi presented the MIUI 10, the launch of MIUI 11 impends. While the Xiaomi Product Director did not provide a specific date for the release, he published about a fortunate draw for 2 MIUI conference tickets on Weibo. The draw time ends on 5 September 2019. There is a minor possibility that the MIUI 11 will see the light at least by the end of September.
Xiaomi smart device users will be waiting on the new MIUI variation as each variation of the custom-made OS brings considerable modifications to the table together with unique functions. Among the expected new feature, we could expect voice-to-text translation feature, lesser advertisements and more.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”zxikm5d3e04a8f1451″]
Amongst some of the new functions, we might likewise anticipate seeing an integrated speech-to-text translation function for the phone dialer app. It’s still early to inform if this function will be just readily available in China or if it will roll out to other nations too. Further new feature anticipated to solve the advertisements issues, which will help to reduce the annoying adds in Xiaomi phones.
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Xiaomi has likewise exposed that MIUI 11 will include a new monochrome power conserving mode for conserving battery, which may show up as Super Power Saving Mode. This mode will alter the UI to a white and black palette and will close down all functions other than telephone and messaging. New iconography and UI style are likewise in the pipeline, in addition to features such as automated screenshot removal post sharing, shift animations, and status bar optimizations to name a few.
We still don’t have the information that which devices will get the upcoming MIUI 11 updates and the detailed features. For that we have to wait for the official news to come from Xiaomi.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”bzyqm5d3e04029f48f”]