I did not hide at the beginning of my experience with the most powerful one Xiaomi Mi3 my disappointment that, contrary to the Mi2S, the latest addition to the Xiaomi house did not show any characteristic quality points Xiaomi. One of them is optimization.
La MIUI V5 which was equipped with the Mi3 in its version Snapdragon 800, was not alike, as fluidity and reliability, of the version developed for the little brother.
Micro and Macro lag, sudden application crashes, sudden camera crashes.
Where was Xiaomi's optimization over?
Could it be that in the hassle of releasing the SN800 version of the device they released such a messy software?
Perhaps, though, the reason was to look elsewhere.
The version of MIUI V5 mounted by the Xiaomi Mi3 WCDMA (The one with a chip Snapdragon 800) was built on the new base Android 4.3. To date, the Mi3 is the only device (between officers and not) to mount a mouse based on this version of Android.
This step has undoubted advantages over memory management and other intrinsic optimizations in the new android base.
This passage, however, has led to a much less tested and subjected to BUGS of youth.
But history seems to be changed!
In the last 2 updates (actually a bit sparse of new features) the Xiaomi seems to have filled the GAP that divided the Mi3 from the highly optimized Mi2S.
In version 4.3.7 in fact, the MIUI system has received a nice acceleration! They seem to have been identified and corrected all the small LAGs that plagued the user interface (see scrolling through pages within the clock application).
There was only one last, annoying BUG. occasionally, the camera's "focus" action blocked the application making it necessary to return to the camera to take a photo.
Well, this BUG seems to have been fixed in the version 4.3.14 making the Mi3 in fact "STABLE".
Now the Xiaomi Mi3 is again (and finally) the worthy heir of the phone that marked the Xiaomi home story: the Mi2S!
via | Sm @ rty