From what we have seen so far, Xiaomi has worked hard on the latest version of customization layer, which reminds us in some things to Android P, despite being based on Android Oreo 8.1
MIUI 10 comes loaded with new features, showing a very clean design with a predominance of white and blue colors and a redesigned multitasking among other things. Xiaomi has adapted its customization interface to the notch , given that your next terminals will make use of it, while including some new gestures.
As you can see, all the buttons adopt a circular gray background aesthetics, while if they are activated, they will adopt a blue color. MIUI 10 aims to transmit lightness (and its creators said it would be faster than lightning) and that’s why the design lines point to something minimalist, simple and effective, very iOS-like.
As we said, the multitasking or recent applications has suffered a facelift, and although the cards are vertical, they are sorted in pairs and slide on the screen in vertical mode and not horizontal, as in Android P. Yes, there will still be the delete button all the open applications that have always been so useful and that disappeared in the BETA of Android P to the disgust of the users.
The design of MIUI 10 drinks from Android P, but not so much as to eliminate the classic navigation buttons, so the 3 classic buttons start, multitask and back will be present at all times.
Yes, the brightness and volume buttons undergo changes, which now adopt a horizontal and elongated form of rounded type.
As a picture is worth a thousand words, we leave you here a few screenshots of the design of MIUI 10, and remember that it has already been announced the list of Xiaomi devices that will be upgradeable to MIUI 10 .