The MIUI is undoubtedly one of the cornerstones of the Xiaomi brand, like it or not. The Chinese manufacturer has in fact always released devices with this "home-made" operating system that adds features and has a distinctly different look compared to the stock version of Android.
Well, today the president of Xiaomi, Lei Jun, has decided to make a jump on the Chinese social Weibo to interact a little with his followers and clarify some points on the next iterations of MIUI.
Lei Jun asks users what they want to see on the MIUI 11
Among the various problems present on the operating system, the one most felt by Xiaomi smartphone users seems to be the advertising that now invades MIUI, at least in ROM China. In the latest versions of the Xiaomi OS, the "ads" have in fact increased with some, to say the least, vulgar, which have not been very popular with both Chinese users and those in the rest of the world.
Lei Jun then promised to solve this problem and then presented six new features that could be in the next MIUI 11. These include the ability to record calls on WeChat and QQ, a local recycle bin to not permanently delete files on the smartphone, a magnifying glass that works over the entire OS, new notification box, Ultimate Power Saving Mode and a feature that you Jun calls "curriculum" to schedule different events in a day.
Despite the fact that MIUI is used by over 242 millions of users (data released a few weeks ago), the mobile phone giant seems strongly committed to improving the user experience in the future. As proof of this, we learn from China that Xiaomi has invested heavily in MIUI 11 and has been working on it for several months now. Among the other innovations we know are coming we have a more homogeneous design language, completely new icons and support for the "Dark Mode" in every part of the OS.