March 31, 2021 2:24:07 pm
Xiaomi India has kicked off the recruitment program for MIUI 12.5 stable ROM testing. The company has also published the list of phones that are eligible with the test build of MIUI 12.5, which was first reported by Gadgets 360. To recall, the MIUI 12.5 was first launched in December 2020 in China and then it was unveiled globally in February 2021, alongside the Mi 11 smartphone.
Most Mi, Redmi, and Poco phone users will be able to test it. The brand hasn’t yet confirmed the exact release date for the stable ROM, but has posted a survey on Beehive, which you will be required to complete. It contains a bunch of questions related to your participation, and one will also be asked to share their Mi IDs. But, before that, you might want to check the list of devices that are eligible with the test build of MIUI 12.5.
Full list of eligible phones for MIUI 12.5
-Redmi K20/ K20 Pro
-Redmi Note 10 Pro/ Pro Max
-Redmi Note 9/ Pro/ Pro Max
-Redmi 9 Prime
-Redmi 9 Power
-Redmi Note 8/ Pro
-Redmi 8A/ Dual
-Mi 10T Pro
-Poco F2 Pro
-Poco M2 Pro
MIUI 12.5: Features
The MIUI 12.5 comes with a lot of changes, including better privacy, and multi-app management. The company also promises to offer better connectivity with Windows systems. The new update will also decrease background memory usage by up to 35 percent, as per the company. It brings features like Clipboard privacy protection, which lets you know which app is reading your clipboard details.
Users also get sandbox mechanism and web privacy protection, which is said to prevent apps from using private data and the location history of users. The MIUI 12.5 build will also decrease app power consumption by 25 percent, according to Xiaomi. It is also said to bring system and app-level optimisations, apart from animated Super Wallpapers and ‘floating windows.’
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