Shawem smoothed the interface design, and there is a new animation effect when opening and closing applications that gives a sense of movement faster than before.
And I developed the night mode that makes changes to the background and lines to make it easier to read and less eye-fatigue.
And if you use the permanent screen feature there is a new function and a floating window that allows you to browse applications more easily and clearly. If you used gesture browsing, it is now compatible with Android 10, and there are improvements in notification management with a new format for the quick response feature.
Perhaps the most prominent addition in this interface is the new privacy options that allow you to track the behavior of applications and show you any application that misused the powers granted to it.
The new Mi Health app became available. Xiaomi developed its application with AI algorithms that track sleep without the need for additional devices such as bracelets, but it is enough to put the phone under the pillow.
Now the new interface is available in a test version and it is expected to announce the final official version next June for the interface in Chinese and then in all languages of the world.
The phone will be available for testing on these phones in three batches:
First installment – June 2020
- Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Mi 10 Youth Edition
- Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro 5G, Mi 9 Transparent Edition, Mi 9
- Redmi K30 Pro Zoom, K30 Pro, K30 5G, K30
- Redmi K20 Pro Premium, K20 Pro, K20
The second installment
- Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, Mi Mix 2s
- Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro, Mi CC9, Mi CC9 Meitu Edition, Mi 9 SE
- Xiaomi Mi 8 UD, Mi 8 Transparent Edition, Mi 8
- Redmi Note 8 Pro, Redmi Note 7 Pro, Redmi Note 7
- Xiaomi Mi CC9E
- Xiaomi Mi Note 3
- Xiaomi Mi Max 3
- Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite, Mi 8 SE
- Xiaomi Mi Mix 2
- Xiaomi Mi 6X
- Redmi Note 8, Redmi 8, Redmi 8A
- Redmi 7, Redmi 7A
- Redmi 6 Pro, Redmi 6, Redmi 6A
- Redmi Note 5
- Redmi S2
Source: Technology World