The Xiaomi MIUI 13 will arrive before the end of this year, Xiaomi’s CEO confirms

It looks like Xiaomi is preparing to bring the MIUI 13 upgrade by the end of 2021. Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi, has confirmed that the MIUI 13 upgrade will be available for Xiaomi phones by the end of this year. MIUI 13 has been kept hidden, but it is expected to introduce a number of new features to enhance the user experience. According to rumors, the OS’s interface design will undergo significant changes.

The Chinese version of MIUI 13 will most likely be released first, followed by the global version. As a result, India and other global regions can expect the MIUI 13 version to arrive in 2022, complete with all Google Mobile Services. If MIUI 12’s rollout is any indication, MIUI 13 may be available on most Xiaomi phones by the summer of 2022.

By comparison, MIUI 12 Global ROM was released in May last year, so it was reasonable to expect that its successor would follow suit. However, this did not work out, and instead the company took the opportunity to introduce the performance-oriented MIUI 12.5 Enhanced Edition to its premium handsets.

Expected Features of MIUI 13

We do not know what the MIUI 13 upgrade will bring because a lot of information about it is currently hidden. However, a few leaks have managed to provide some information, such as live backgrounds and themes.

Memory expansion, which would help boost RAM on the phone, is another rumor feature that MIUI 13 could offer. This feature can be useful for phones with less RAM. In addition, MIUI 13 may include a feature that allows users to play in a small window mode.


MIUI 13 is expected to offer some visual updates in addition to some functional improvements. According to a previous leak, MIUI 13 would include new widgets inspired by iOS. New icons and fonts can also be introduced. Whatever features Xiaomi plans to introduce, users expect them to be better and more refined. Xiaomi has been neglecting its software segment lately. One of the main reasons is that the company started focusing exclusively on hardware and its Android user interface finally fell out of the way.

Xiaomi is currently working on releasing the MIUI 12.5 Enhanced Edition for most phones, while the MIUI 13 is still a mystery. According to Lei Jun, the newly introduced Redmi Note 11 Pro greatly benefits from the battery optimizations. Unfortunately, none of these items have yet arrived in India.


However, rumors say that these phones will be sold in India under the Xiaomi name. With its 5G chipset, the Redmi Note 11 5G is scheduled to be launched here as the Redmi Note 11T. The Xiaomi 11i moniker could be used for the Redmi Note 11 Pro in India, while the Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge name could be used for the Redmi Note 11 Pro +, where the latter probably suggests The 125W fast charging mechanism is waiting for us.

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