Xiaomi’s MIUI Android skin is one of the most feature-laden skins out today, including everything from Super Wallpapers and configurable screenshots and dual applications. Sadly, one of the main difficulties we have observed is that performance and stability depending on the device varies greatly.
Xiaomi has just released the upgrade to MIUI 12.5 in China, and it focuses exclusively on changing a lot in the basement.
The firm states that read/write performance after 36 months should fall by less than 5 percent. It states that this is mostly due to better defragmentation. Xiaomi says that 51 optimization-related instances have been discovered as well, leading to 8% average power savings and a 15 percent reduction in CPU use.
We also receive a feature called “Atomic memory,” allowing users to re-load additional programs in the background without re-opening them.
In the end, the producer says 160 system problems and 224 system app problems have been resolved. Hopefully, this update will address any serious system difficulties you have encountered.
It hasn’t been spoken about an overall MIUI 12.5 Enhanced Edition deployment, but starting 13 August Chinese customers will get the upgrade.
- Mi 11 Ultra
- Mi 11 Pro
- Mi 11
- Mi 10 Ultra
- Mi 10 Pro
- Mi 10
- Mi 10S
- Redmi K40 Pro
- Redmi K40
- Redmi K30S Ultra
- Redmi K30 Pro
- Mi Mix 4
On the one hand, we are a bit unhappy that this update does not include user-facing enhancements for MIUI. On the other side, though, we are pleased to see Xiaomi focus on the worst pain point of 2021 for MIUI.