If you know something about the Xiaomi and their products, then for sure you have heard the term MiUi (minimal user interface), which is the company’s take on the Android user interface. This year, the company finally rolled out the much-hyped Global version of MiUi 9 AKA MiUi Version 9. Here are the some of the best features of the same. Some people love MiUi and some people will hate, however, the ease of use will grow upon a time (we prefer MiUi more than the Stock user interface).
Before looking at the features, let’s look at the compatibility. As a matter of fact, the MiUi 9 update will be available for all the flagship smartphones starting from Xiaomi Mi 2 (which was unveiled in 2012). However, all these devices will not receive an update on the same day. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 and Xiaomi Mi MIX 2 will receive an update on November 3 and onwards.
Remain devices which launched in 2016 should receive this update before the end of December 2017. However, every device will not be based on the latest Android operating system and the older smartphones will mill out on some of the features, which requires newer hardware capability.
Overall, in terms of design and overall experience, there will not be many changes. The new stock animation icons and intuitive response should be able to offer greater app launches and faster touch responses. According to the demo given by the company, the app launches are must quicker than Samsung Galaxy J7 and in par with the Xiaomi MI A1 with the stock Android user interface.
New Mi video player: The Mi video player is now re-engineered to support most of the video formats, which was absent in the current version of MiUi. Finally, the company might be able to take on the most used Android multimedia player AKA MX Player.
Split Window or Multi Window: This was the most expected feature from the MiUi 9 from past one year. Originally, this feature was introduced on Android Nougat 7.0. Finally, the company has incorporated this new feature on to their operating system. With all the original features, switching between the dual apps should be easier than one on the stock Android.
Dynamic CPU allocations: Dynamic CPU allocation is something which offers or pushes more resources towards the app which is currently being used. This makes sure that the current live app will work smoothly without any clutter.
MiUi Smart Assistance: MiUi smart assistance is something like the Google assistance, which gives the latest information on the deals and offers a lot of intuitive features like booking a cab or ordering food (Xiaomi has partnered with different partners) to offer these features.
Smart SMS: Smart SMS was something were, the ISRTC ticket will look like a real ticket in the messenger itself. The company already has features like copy OTP and spam messages. So, now smart SMS sorting is the thing of Xiaomi.
Smart Photo editor: If you are a social media buff who uploads photos, then this feature will mesmerise. Now you can remove unwanted objects from the photo without any helps from the costlier software like Adobe Photoshop.
These are some of the best features along with many other state-of-the-art features. Have your own a Xiaomi smartphone? Share your views in the comments below.