LAST UPDATED: Dec. 29, 2020, 4:45 p.m.
New Delhi (Anish Yande): Xiaomi has followed up the launch of MIUI 12 with the latest version, MIUI 12.5. On the occasion of the launch of Xiaomi’s newest flagship, Xiaomi Mi 11, the MIUI 12.5 was unveiled. The update to Xiaomi’s OS would be available across devices such as POCO, Redmi, and Mi.
The MIUI 12.5 is an interim update before Xiaomi’s major updates. The update wouldn’t significantly change any current UI designs for Xiaomi devices. The MIUI 12.5 brings several minor features and changes to the UX.
Check Top Changes by MIUI 12.5:
MIUI 12.5 is bringing several new upgrades to security in Xiaomi devices. Through the update, users can alter the extent of their location that is shared with apps. Instead of Fine location, users can share Coarse location with their apps.
When an app requests to access clipboard data, users would be given the option to grant access or decline.
Xiaomi has replicated Apple’s recent privacy labels. The Mi App Store would require apps to display a privacy statement. The statement would list all the user data an app would require.
Xiaomi’s MIUI 12.5 would add several new sounds through the latest update. The latest update adds sounds from the Amazon and African jungles alongwith sounds from the Arctic ice dessert and other locations.
Xiaomi has introduced animated wallpapers featuring mountain peaks across the world and new planets. Previously, planets such as Mars, Saturn were featured through new Live wallpapers from Xiaomi.
MIUI 12.5 would feature new live wallpapers, Geometry, and Snow Mountain. The update also features mountains such as Mount Fuji, Kilimanjaro, and Mount Everest. The lock screen wallpapers would alternate according to the time of the day.
Improvements in Systems:
The MIUI 12.5 update would be improving optimization across the devices. The update is aiming to decrease excessive memory usage across devices. System operations would be consuming 32% less memory thorough the update. Power consumption by wallpapers is decreased by 40%.
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