It seems to be working on a new smartphone Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 do not relieve. Xiaomi is set to introduce this smartphone at the end of the year and should deploy the hitherto officially unveiled Snapdragon 888+ processor. There is also speculation that it will also come up with a new MIUI 13 superstructure.
Starring Snapdragon 888+
According to the Chinese portal Mydrive the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 should be the first on the market to be equipped with a Snapdragon 888+ processor. This processor could also be called Snapdragon 888 Pro and it is said that in addition to Xiaomi, the South Korean Samsung is also testing it.
But the new news does not end there. According to some leaks, the Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 model should be the first of the Xiaomi workshop to use the new MIUI 13 superstructure. It should be introduced in the coming months.
The first Xiaomi smartphone with MIUI 13?
MIUI 13 should focus on error correction and better system optimization along with better performance. It could also bring a new desktop mode that would work when connected to an external monitor, something like the Samsung Dex style.
How we did you recently informed, Xiaomi has created a special MIUI Pioneer Group team that will specialize in fixing bugs in MIUI 12.5 that users report to them. Xiaomi wants to get rid of the bad reputation she got after the launch of MIUI 12, which contained several mistakes.
We also expect to add some features that come directly from what's new in Android 12. This update to MIUI 13 should be available on all devices that are less than two years old.
In this, Xiaomi could take the example of companies such as Google, Samsung or OnePlus, which promise up to three years of operating system updates and up to four years of security patches. We may see more in the future with Xiaomi smartphones.
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