After the launch of MIUI 12 in April 2020, we’ve started hearing rumors and news about the next version of the MIUI, MIUI 13. But before MIUI 13, the company released MIUI 12.5 in late December 2020, which comes with plenty of new features.
Earlier, we’ve reported that Xiaomi’s upcoming smartphone, Mi MIX 4, may come with the next version of the MIUI, MIUI 13. Obviously, the next version will come with new and impressive features to enhance the device performance as well as the users’ experience.
The new system of Xiaomi MIUI 13 is actually under testing, and mobile phones from the past two years can be upgraded seamlessly.
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Now, a well-known tipster, DigitalChatStation shares few screen shorts of the upcoming MIUI 13. Following his report, the MIUI files that are being internally tested have adopted a brand-new interface design style.
The homepage can be configured individually. To add documents, photos, videos, music, compressed packages, installation packages, transmission, and downloads, users can also place screenshots, cameras, WeChat, Baidu Cloud, and other folders on the homepage for more direct access.
In addition, the middle part of the screenshot displays the location of use and applies a double opening. At the same time, move to different folders below.
Now, according to the well-known tipster, the new system of Xiaomi MIUI 13 is actually under testing, and mobile phones from the past two years can be upgraded seamlessly.
Previously, some reports indicated that, unlike the older version of MIUI based on at least two Android versions, the MIUI 13 would only be based on Google’s upcoming Android 12 operating system. Also, Android 12 will be released in September this year, so we can expect that MIUI 13 will also be released in September or October.
Moreover, Xiaomi is currently rolling out MIUI 12.5 beta updates for their respective device. Back in December 2020, Xiaomi released its latest version of MIUI, MIUI 12.5 Mi 11 to launch the conference. The company then launched the update on a global level.