MIUI 13 New Features Leaked, Equipped With Major Changes

With the release of Android 12, Hormany2.0, and iOS 15 one after another, the new system that enthusiasts are most concerned about is Xiaomi MIUI 13! As the “big brother” of the domestically made deep customization system, MIUI has been making frequent moves recently. Xiaomi MIUI engineer Zhang Guoquan not only continued to communicate with fans on Weibo but also said that MIUI 13 is steadily advancing. According to the current update rhythm, it is expected that it will be pushed to everyone before the end of the year.

Zhang Guoquan also launched a survey on Weibo earlier on June 10th: Recently internal discussions, thinking about the balance of various options, as a Xiaomi person, of course, I also want to hear everyone’s thoughts, so I don’t need to consider the extension. Type, performance, or heat, which one do you care more about.

  • The first option is: performance must take off, it doesn’t matter if it’s hot.
  • The second option is temperature priority, you can sacrifice certain performance
  • The third option is No matter, the performance is full-frame, mobile phone ice hand

Obviously, most people are “greedy,” including me, so naturally, they choose all of them. After voting, I came to my senses-Zhang Guoquan’s vote is actually to warm up MIUI 13! Xiaomi MIUI has a huge number of users today! The number of active users worldwide is close to 400 million! Things will inevitably face the problem of “difficult to reconcile”. However, in order to meet the needs of users, Xiaomi will open the performance temperature control adjustment option in MIUI in the future and will continue to strengthen the heat dissipation performance of subsequent models (boldly imagine, will the heat dissipation back clip be built into the phone? ).

For different types of users, some are more concerned about performance, some are more concerned about temperature control, and some want everything (that means more power consumption). How to meet so many different needs? Strengthen heat dissipation, and then give users independent temperature control/performance adjustment authority and that’s it.

Not only that, MIUI 13 will also add a lot of streamlined design. After all, MIUI now has a bloated problem. In fact, MIUI officials have been paying attention to this matter. At the same time, MIUI 13 will also provide functional plug-ins, leaving only the default streamlined functions, and users can determine the functional modules they need to choose to install.

In addition, MIUI 13 is expected to continue to further strengthen the management of application background running permissions. On the previously released Android 12 and iOS 15, you can see a large number of Xiaomi MIUI security features, such as MIUI’s “flare”, “blank pass”, “blocking network” and so on.

It is worth mentioning that MIUI 13 will also work hard on the cross-screen collaboration of devices. After all, Xiaomi is a leading role in the Internet of Everything IoT. A while ago, Hongmeng 2.0 made a lot of eyeballs and noise by paying tribute to MIUI, and Xiaomi naturally has to amplify its moves in the follow-up.

In response to this, Zhang Guoquan, director of the system software department of Xiaomi’s mobile phone, responded: I will not let everyone down. This wave of Xiaomi’s response naturally made us feel relieved. At present, Xiaomi is pushing MIUI 12.5 updates for the old models one after another. It is expected that MIUI 13 will meet with you later. I will definitely give you a wave to get started. . Can look forward to it.

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