Back in April, Xiaomi launched its new Mi series smartphones, Mi 11X and Mi 11X Pro in India. These phones are the rebranded versions of Redmi K40 and K40 Pro+, which were launched in China in February.
Now, the company has started to rollout the MIUI 12.5 update for Mi 11X users in India. This update comes with a plenty of new features and optimization.
As per the information, it installs the latest patch released in May 2021 for system security improvements. Also, the MIUI 12.5 will make your smartphone lighter, faster, and durable.
Apart from the security patch, it includes a handful of new modes to the stock Camera application such as time-lapse photography as well as new filters – BBP, Mystery, Lime, Tango, Fantasy, Slumber, Carmen, and Summer.
Furthermore, it adds powerful tools in the Notes function such as doodling, sketching, press and holds to adjust the strokes, gesture shortcuts, dynamic layouts for typography, and more.
For more information, you can check the changelog and download link of this update.
- New: With custom device model adjustments, any phone becomes faster after the upgrade.
- New: Response to gestures is now instant.
- New: With 20 times more rendering power, there are now few limits to what you can see on your screen.
- Optimization: MIUI became lighter, faster, and more durable.
- Updated Android Security Patch to May 2021. Increased system security.
- New: Excerpts save text, URLs, and images to Notes in a few simple taps.
- New: Dynamic layouts bring the typography in Notes to a new level.
- New: Compose mind maps with complex structures.
- New: New tools for doodling and sketching.
- New: Press and hold a sketch to adjust the strokes automatically.
- New: A gesture shortcut now allows you to create notes, tasks, and excerpts anywhere.
- All-new Notes.
- New: Location info can be now reported automatically before the device is powered off
You can manually download the update from the link mentioned below.
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