Xiaomi is expanding the MIUI 14 update alongside Android 13 for more users of POCO M5 smartphones. However, the update is already live in various regions, and the Chinese tech firm is trying to expand the latest functionalities to the remaining users as well.
Going towards the details, the MIUI 14 for POCO M5 devices is currently rolling out in Taiwan and it has arrived with the build version V184.108.40.206.TLUTWXM. The users of the device in Taiwan should maintain proper storage in their device as it contains a 3.5 GB package.
MIUI 14 is the most swift and reliable version of Xiaomi’s custom skin which uses less memory and provides a more relevant performance than before. Simultaneously, it too incorporates various outstanding functionalities of the Android 13 operating system, such as.
- New widget formats to make the experience even more convenient.
- Reimagined home screen, to give the device a more soothing look.
- Big folders to make your work easy by highlighting the apps you use most.
- Advanced search in settings for a better searching experience.
- Back-end optimization, for better performance.
- On-device privacy for minimizing the risk of leaking data.
However, the update is currently rolling out in Taiwan and will soon be available for the remaining owners as well. Thus, it’s an incremental rollout and will take to get available for every unit. We recommend downloading manually through Settings > System update > Downlaod Install.
- Stable MIUI based on Android 13
- Updated Android Security Patch to March 2023.
- Increased system security.
- MIUI uses less memory now and keeps being swift and responsive over much more extended periods.
More features and improvements
- Search in Settings is now more advanced. With search history and categories in results, everything looks much crisper now.
- Don’t forget to back up all important items before upgrading.
- The update process might take longer than usual.
- Expect overheating and other performance issues after you update.
- It might take some time for your device to adapt to the new version.
- Remember that some third-party apps aren’t yet compatible with Android 13 and you might not be able to use them normally.