The latest MIUI 14 features a substantial visual upgrade. The company has modified the UI’s overall design and iconography. The size of the icons, which are big, can be changed. Users now have greater personalisation choices thanks to new widget types and home screen folders. The app also includes additional widgets for animals and plants. The user can also interact or play with the pet or plant ornament once they’ve added it to their home screen.
Performance was a major topic of discussion when Xiaomi unveiled MIUI 14. The software’s inventor put a lot of effort into making it lightweight. The new MIUI photon engine in MIUI 14 is built on top of the Android kernel. This will make it possible for third-party developers to make programmes that run more smoothly and efficiently. There are now only eight apps that are incompatible with uninstalling, and the system memory footprints have been significantly reduced. The system’s fluency has increased by up to 60%. Third-party apps, in addition to system apps, provide enhanced productivity.
A number of new AI functions are included with the MIUI 14. Text from photos can now be extracted by the UI. In order to rapidly detect the text on a gallery image, users can also press and hold it. Eight different languages are now supported. For video conferencing, there is also a live captioning feature. Additionally, Xiaomi has made significant advancements to its voice assistant, Mi AI, which can be used to translate, scan documents, and block spam calls. With just a few voice instructions, it can carry out challenging daily activities.
The MIUI 14’s compact size is undoubtedly its best quality. When compared to earlier MIUI versions, the firmware’s overall size is a fairly small 13.09GB. A new app cleaning option is also available that will condense low-frequency programmes and store duplicate data only once. New options for managing notifications are also provided by the software. The resident notifications can now be dismissed by users with a single swipe. Additionally, apps that have just been installed demand notification authorisation. No user data is kept in the cloud, and all operations are carried out locally on the device, enhancing privacy.
Users of MIUI 14 will be able to connect easily to other ecosystem items. Two significant interconnection hubs will support more than a billion devices. A new paired-device interface has been created, and each device now has its own area on the screen, some of which may be moved around to change inputs. The Xiaomi Magic centre, a site where the user can control the items in the Xiaomi ecosystem, has also been updated and now provides faster device connections. The new high-speed interconnection bus has enhanced picture transmission while streaming by 77%, mobile TV connection speed by 12%, and earphone connectivity speed by 50%.
MIUI For The Whole Family
MIUI’s most recent version is even more family-friendly. The user can form groups of up to 8 people using its numerous family services and assign various roles with varied permissions. Users can also share photo albums with their families and close friends. Viewing and uploading new goods will be available to everyone in the group. Family services also enable the exchange of health information with family members, such as heart rate, blood oxygen levels, and sleep. Additionally, there are numerous parental control features available that let users define a secure area, restrict app usage, and limit screen time, among other things.
Many smartphones from Xiaomi, like the Xiaomi 12, Redmi K50, and Mi 11 series, will be receiving the new MIUI 14 version. For the detailed list of phones, keep a check on Xiaomi’s official website.