Xiaomi MIUI 9 Features:Xiaomi is a privately owned Chinese company had launched MIUI 8 earlier this year. Known for making affordable smartphones,Xiaomi claimed that the MIUI users were “among the most active mobile Internet users” in the world.Meanwhile, despite the company’s silence with regard to the development of the next generation MIUI, there are a couple of features expected from MIUI 9 that we are going to illuminate in this post.
Xiaomi MIUI 9 Features
Android 7.0 Nougat
According to reports, Xiaomi MIUI 9 will be based on Android 7.0 Nougat. Xiaomi announces on its forums, that they officially obtained the Android N (Android Nougat) source code from Google, and also asked fans if they want multi-window support on MIUI 9 Based on Android Nougat.It’ll sport expanded emojis (1,500 different emoji with 72 new),Quick Settings controls, multi–locale support, multi-window, direct reply features to get notified without having to open any app, etc.
TheMIUI 8 Launcher comes as quite a setback. It acts as a launcher and app drawer simultaneously so you can’t remove app icons, just place them in folders. According to reports, the next generation MIUI will have a much better launcher.If you need a customised iOS like experience MIUI 9 is your thing.
Since MIUI 9 will be based on Android 7.0 Nougat, the battery of your device will get a boost. Your device can now drop into lower power usage when it’s getting jostled around in your pocket or bag while on the move.
Speaking of MIUI 9 Based on Android Nougat 7.0, Xiaomi posted a teaser about the MIUI 9 on their official Weibo page whichindicates that the company is currently at the stage ofgathering users opinions. If you have good suggestions, you can share it with the team. Unlike the MIUI 9, MIUI 8 is almost here and can now be downloaded— only the Global Developer version, though. We don’t expect the new UI to arrive anytime soon as the company is yet to roll out the MIUI 8 globally. Stay tuned for more information on the upcoming MIUI 9.
Unlike the MIUI 9, MIUI 8 is almost here and can now be downloaded— only the Global Developer version, though. We don’t expect the new UI to arrive anytime soon as the company is yet to roll out the MIUI 8 globally. Stay tuned for more information on the upcoming MIUI 9.