MIUI 14 Launched with Better Performance and Overhauled Visuals


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Xiaomi has revealed its latest Android 13 skin the MIUI 14. It comes alongside the launch of the Xiaomi 13 series, Buds 4, and Mini PC, along with other devices in a recent massive launch event.

MIUI 14 features

  • Design – the new UI comes with overhauled visuals. The icons are larger and can be adjusted to your liking. It also has widget formats and home screen folders.
  • Performance – The software comes with the MIUI photon engine that allows third-party developers to create smoother and more power-efficient apps.
  • New Features – The firmware has a file size of 13.09 GB which is significantly smaller than its predecessor.  it also comes with a new app cleaning feature that will compress low-frequency applications and save only one copy of duplicate files.
  • AI Features – The UI has the capability to extract text from images. You can also press and hold the text on a Gallery image to instantly recognize it. Up to 8 languages are supported. There’s also a live captioning feature for video conferences.
MIUI 14 Interface
  • MIUI Interconnection – The new UI allows you to connect with other ecosystems. Xiaomi says over a billion devices are supported by two major interconnection centers. There is also a paired-device interface with each device occupying its own space onscreen which can be moved from one to another to switch inputs.
    • Xiaomi Magic center – This allows you to manage your Xiaomi ecosystem. the new high-speed interconnection bus has increased the speed of earphone connectivity by 50%, the speed of mobile TV connection by 12%, and picture transmission during streaming by 77%.
MIUI 14 Xiaomi Magic Center
  • Family Service – The MIUI 14 comes with up to 8 groups and assign different roles and permission. It also allows sharing of health data like heart rate, blood oxygen, and sleep with family members and it also has various parental control options which can limit screen time, restrict app usage, and set a secure area to name a few.


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