Xiaomi has been rolling out constant updates to MIUI, its own Android skin, with a major update every year. With MIUI 9, the company introduced a slew of optimizations for performance improvements. However, MIUI 9 failed to bring a radical redesign of the UI which means the stock launcher on MIUI looks and still behaves in the same way. This also means that the task of moving applications on the home screen, adding widgets, and more remain as complicated as before.
How to Add, Delete Home Screens, Widgets, Create Folders, & More on Redmi Note 5, Redmi 5A, Redmi Note 4, and MIUI 9
Over the weekend, Xiaomi released the global beta build of MIUI 9 for Redmi Note 4/4X (Snapdragon variant) and Mi 6. Xiaomi had unveiled MIUI 9 at an event in China late last month and released Chinese alpha and beta builds of the ROM soon after.
Xiaomi today unveiled MIUI 9, the latest version of its ROM meant for its devices. Used by over 200 million users across the world, MIUI is among the most popular ROMs in the market. With MIUI 9, Xiaomi is refining the user experience and making the ROM leaner and smoother to use.
Ahead of the official unveiling of MIUI 9 on July 26th, Xiaomi has gone ahead and previewed some of the features that will be a part of it.