second wave smartphone list and launch date

    Xiaomi continues to roll out MIUI 13 to its smartphones. At the first stage, the current flagships and mid-range devices received a new firmware version on the global market, and it is completed. Now the company is launching the second wave of distribution of MIUI 13. A list of devices that will receive updates has been published and the dates for when this should happen have been announced.

    Here is a list of smartphones that entered the second wave of receiving MIUI 13:

    • Redmi 9 , Redmi 9T, Redmi 9A, Redmi 9C , Redmi 9C NFC ;
    • Redmi Note 9, Redmi Note 9S, Redmi Note 9T;
    • Redmi-Note 10 5G, Redmi Note 10S;
    • Xiaomi Mi Note 10, Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro, Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite;
    • Xiaomi Mi 10, Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 10 Lite 5G, Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro, Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite.

    MIUI 13 Global Stable ROM: second wave smartphone list and launch date

    All of the above devices should receive an update to MIUI 13 in the second or third quarter of this year. This means that the second stage will last until October and it is possible that the new firmware version will reach the majority of devices only by the end of the third quarter. At the same time, the company leaves itself room for maneuver, saying that the implementation schedule can be changed.

    MIUI 13

    About the new features that are being tested by MIUI developers; and should be included in the MIUI 13.5 release, the Xiaomiui has recently reported.

    In MIUI 13.5, the interface will become much more convenient for using with one hand. For example, in the shell, the arrangement of system windows has been changed. They will appear in the middle of the screen; allowing you to control your smartphone without touching the top of the screen.

    Xiaomi also changed the screen refresh rate menu. Xiaomiui notes: “This updated menu looks much better than the previous one.”

    Another innovation is the appearance of applications in the floating window mode in the recent applications menu has been changed, which will eliminate a number of display problems.

    There are also changes in the camera interface – small, but promising greater convenience when shooting. For example, the mode font is now smaller and looks nicer, the zoom buttons have been redesigned, the zoom interface has been updated, and the Shutter Countdown button has been renamed to “Timer (2s)” in the new interface.

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