MIUI is the personalization layer typical of the Chinese company, which, completely changes Android to give it an aspect and an operation to the taste of the Chinese company, which, in some occasions, is annoying, but in others it is appreciated, since it integrates many things that Android Pure does not have.
Today has been the presentation of MIUI 10 the next version of the customization layer of Xiaomi, which we will see in a few months within a large number of terminals of the Chinese company, And today we are going to show you all the news!
As happened last year with MIUI 9, the firm has put great efforts into making its customization layer become much faster, despite not being lighter. And, of course, they have achieved it with the version presented last year.
But now, with MIUI 10, Xiaomi wants to use Artificial Intelligence to reduce load times to the maximum, anticipating the use you give your phone so you do not have any problems in multitasking or opening applications. And, seeing how well these dynamics work in MIUI 9, ** the truth is that we do not doubt that in MIUI 10 we can have a great experience. **
Xiaomi wants to give more importance to its catalog of home automation products, and for this, the solution is to make them able to integrate even more within MIUI, ** which, obviously, is something necessary if the firm wants to do that these are comfortable to use for the user. **
Therefore, the firm has decided to add in MIUI 10 a widget on the left page of the launcher -the so-called App Vault- from which we can control all the devices that we have associated with our terminal with a simple touch, something that helps a lot to strengthen the company’s own ecosystem.
It seems that the Chinese company likes to go against the canons dictated by Google, and it seems that now that Android P has finally made the leap to horizontal multitasking, as MIUI has been for years, now MIUI is going to do the opposite, and to integrate a vertical multitasking.
As you can see, This will be radically different from the one we found in Android Oreo and previous versions, since we will see it divided into two columns. An unfortunate change in the interpretation of multitasking by the company, but that, at least, adopts the rounded Android P interface.
The camera is another aspect that Xiaomi has wanted to give a lot of attention to in MIUI 10, since right now, together with the design, is one of the elements that users are giving more importance when buying a new terminal.
Therefore, it seems that MIUI 10 will integrate a native bokeh effect in the camera application, using Artificial Intelligence to obtain photographs in portrait mode, despite not with a double sensor. And, we must say that the results that have shown us with a Xiaomi Mi 5 and a Xiaomi Mi Note 2 are quite acceptable. Although, the test of fire will be on mobile phones like the Xiaomi Redmi 5.
Although MIUI 9 was a revolution with respect to its predecessor, MIUI 10 seems to be simply an improvement of what is already working well, and as such, the margin for improvement of the company has been focused on the photographic section, in which the bokeh effect will be the protagonist -or we hope- even in the mid-range terminals of the firm.
Beyond that, we only find minor improvements that show that the firm has decided to focus more on the design changes we already showed you not too long ago and on the integration with its complementary products that provide more novelties to its customization layer . What was said: a pretty loose update, which leaves us wanting more openness regarding the ideas of Google with respect to Android.