News tagged: MIUI
The Chinese company Xiaomi recently launched its latest operating system, the MIUI 9, which is based on the Android 7.0 Nougat. As the global ROM started rolling out, the company has officially released a list of devices that will stop receiving updates after MIUI 9.
Last week, we reported that Xiaomi plans to start rolling out its custom Android user interface globally on November 2, on the same date when a brand new selfie-centric smartphone with fast-charging technology would be announced. Luckily, the MIUI 9 Global ROM is already
Xiaomi recently confirmed that it will be holding an event in India on November 2. The main topic of the event will be a brand new selfie-centric smartphone that will even feature fast-charging technology, but that won't be the only announcement. According to new information
All Xiaomi smartphones, except for the recently announced Xiaomi Mi A1 that comes with stock Android OS, runs MIUI user interface. The Chinese company is working on MIUI 9 for months now and is getting ready to release the final firmware version in near future.
As promised, Xiaomi has officially unveiled two new products today, at an event in Beijing, China. The first thing unveiled was the new affordable smartphone, the Xiaomi Mi 5X, followed by the announcement of new operating system, the MIUI 9. It isn't the first time we hear about
If you have ever read any review or hold a Xiaomi smartphone, then you have probably seen the MIUI operating system in action. The company has now confirmed that a new version is currently in development and will reach selected Xiaomi smartphones August 16.
With Android 7.0 Nougat out in the wild, Xiaomi is working hard on its next MIUI iteration that is going to be based on the Google's last OS. The company is working hard to ensure the best experience to its users and compatibility with a large number of Xiaomi smartphones.
Just like Google, Xiaomi has also started rolling out the global stable ROM of the MIUI 8 mobile operating system. Unlike Android 7.0 Nougat, the MIUI 8 is rolling out to more smartphones, including the Redmi 1S, Mi 2/2S, Mi 4i, Redmi Note 3G and Redmi Note 4G.
A day after Xiaomi posted some details regarding the Chinese version of MIUI 8, a global version of the ROM just went official. The public beta version is going to be available on July 11, while the stable version will be released a month later, on August 16.
Just as Microsoft officially confirmed that its Windows 10 Anniversary update will start rolling out on August 2, Xiaomi has also posted some information about the upcoming MIUI 8 update. The UI was unveiled last month and beta version was made available earlier this month.
After going through Alpha and Beta phases, Xiaomi has finally officially released the MIUI 8 China Developer ROM for everyone. Those users running the latest MIUI China Developer ROM will get the latest MIUI 8 OTA update directly from them, so check your notification.
During the press conference today in China, Xiaomi has also announced a new user interface that can already be found on the freshly announced Mi Max phablet. The new MIUI 8 is the company's latest state of the art that is based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Xiaomi is gearing up to announce new products on May 10 - a new phablet Mi Max, Mi Band 2 fitness tracker and the next major iteration of its MIUI user interface. The latter has now been confirmed to be announced on May 10, and will brand new design and features.
MIUI update based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow was recently released for the Xiaomi Mi 3, Mi 4, and Mi Note in China, and starting today, the company released the global beta version. The update is available only for the Xiaomi Mi 3, Mi 4, and Mi Note outside China.
Xiaomi has just released MIUI 184.108.40.206 ROM that is based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system and is available for download in China. The update is not the global version, and it can only be installed on the Chinese versions of Xiaomi Mi 3 or Mi 4 smartphones.
A few days ago, Xiaomi has announced its latest MIUI 7.1 operating system update. While Xiaomi users thought it will be based on Google's Android 6.0 Marshmallow system, the update is still based on KitKat. The good news is Xiaomi plans to release Marshmallow upgrade.
As promised before, Xiaomi has started rolling out the global stable MIUI 7 update. The update is gradually rolling out over-the-air and is available for Mi 3, Mi 4, Mi Pad, Mi Note, Redmi 1S 3G, Redmi Note 4G and Redmi 2/ Prime, while the Mi 4i has yet to receive the update.
Xiaomi MIUI 7 was introduced alongside Redmi Note 2 smartphone during an event back in August. The developer version of the OS was available since the end of August and the company is close to release global stable version. The OS will start rolling out from October 27.
During the opening of international store, Xiaomi's Global VP Hugo Barra spoke to The Next Web. In the interview, Hugo Barra said that Lollipop is #1 priority, but has also revealed an interesting detail. The company will soon launch Android One phone with MIUI on top.
Xiaomi, the Chinese company that has taken the world by storm, has unveiled the next iteration of its immensely popular Android Skin. MIUI, originally released a couple of years ago, is one of the most popular custom Android Skins in the world, and not just in China.