The leaks and rumors are coming out of upcoming MIUI 11 update for a while and now Xiaomi has mentioned about it. The Product Director of Xiaomi has recently posted about giving away two lucky draw tickets to an MIUI 11 conference. It’s about the MIUI 11 release timeline. The giveaway organized by Xiaomi ends on September 5 so, it’s expected that the new custom skin will arrive in September. As we all know that Xiaomi MIUI features most of the functionalities. The best part is that without updating to the latest Android version, MIUI developers bring the options to us.
This time also without updating to the upcoming Android Q version, MIUI 11 will offer you most of the Android 10 features easily like system-wide dark mode, voice-to-text translation, etc. According to some reports, the MIUI 11 conference is set for the next month. However, there is no official confirmation on the public release date or update availability. The reports are also mentioned that the new custom skin will be much lighter and improved version than its predecessor MIUI 10. Xiaomi officials also stated that the annoying MIUI ads will also be fixed.
Apart from these, there will be a built-in speech-to-text translation feature may available in the phone dialer app. Therefore, users will be able to turn on/off this feature to listen to speech into text. The new MIUI 11 update will also feature power-saving mode, new recent UI, app drawer, improved lock screen. This time the whole UI design and icons/tabs will be visually changed slightly for a more compact look. Additionally, the transition effect, widgets, app vault integration, quick shortcut toggle, sharing menu all will be changed and updated. This time the background processes and RAM management will be much better than the previous generation.
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