Xiaomi perfects the MIUI 8, starts rolling it out to devices
Xiaomi has designed one of its own softwares that they build on the stock Android pre-existing at that time, and now, they have one that is ready to boot and allowed to ship. Called the MIUI 8, this follows the naming and numbering system that the Chinese OEM had always put on their operating systems and the good news is that they are already rolling it out to several of the smartphones in their line-up.
Some devices won’t be getting it now but there has been a full list of devices that would receive this support in the future so even if you don’t get yours now, you do know that support is on the way. The MIUI 8 first got its announcement in the month of May when the lights were also shed on the Mi Max bringing important features like power saving, spam filter and an improved notes application, there was also a neater user interface for users to consider.
At first, the update would be rolling out to the Redmi 1S, Redmi Note 3G, Redmi Note 4G, Redmi Mi 2 and the Mi 2S. Also, notifications should be expected on the Redmi Note 2 and Redmi 2. For later dates, the total list of devices to be expecting a notification is Mi Max, Mi 5, Mi 4, Mi 3, Mi 2 Redmi Note Prime, Redmi Note 3, Redmi Note 2, Redmi 2 Prime and Redmi 1s.
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