Today, December 28, 2020, the expected Xiaomi Mi 11 will be officially announced and, in order not to leave the buyers of the new flagship dry-mouthed, the Chinese manufacturer will launch it with the “half new” MIUI 12.5 on board.
MIUI 12.5 on Xiaomi Mi 11
If yesterday we had reported the bad news of the announced absence of the charger from the sales package, now we report a good one for users who had already put Xiaomi Mi 11 in the viewfinder.
In recent times, the various OEMs in the Android world have accustomed us to accompany the launch of their new flagship smartphones with a major update of the respective customizations of the green robot, however sometimes – for one reason or another – times are so tight that make compromise solutions necessary.
This is precisely the strange case of Xiaomi Mi 11: since it will be presented in the same year as its direct predecessor and that the more profoundly renewed MIUI 13 is still far from ready for release, the newborn top of the range will have to settle for a new “intermediate” update.
If in recent days we had shown you the roadmap of the beta and stable versions of the partially new MIUI 12.5, now Xiaomi has taken the floor through its official Weibo channel to announce that Xiaomi Mi 11 will arrive on the market with MIUI 12.5 on board.
Unfortunately, the manufacturer has not yet formalized the news that will be introduced by this release, however, scattered improvements are expected: from the management of privacy to the launcher, through the notifications and the recent apps screen. In any case, the presentation of Xiaomi Mi 11, and at this point also of MIUI 12.5, is now around the corner: less than a day of patience and we will know everything