MIUI 14 will not be ready on time – Redmi K50 Ultra will use MIUI 13

Over the past few days, there have been a couple of reports regarding the MIUI 14 system. According to xiaomiui.net, MIUI 14 should launch with the 13 series by the end of the year. MIUI 14 has been spotted in the codebase, and the 13 codename Nuwa will ship with MIUI 14. However, Weibo tech blogger @DCS claims that it is too early for the release of MIUI 14. According to him, the Redmi K50 Ultra that is coming in August will miss the system. This means that the Redmi K50 Ultra will continue to use the MIUI 13 system. However, the UX style of the MIUI 13 beta version is now moving closer to the new version.

The Redmi K50 Ultra, which was recently teased by Lu Weibing, is expected to be released in August. This smartphone will come with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip as well as a 120W fast charge. Also, previously announced that starting with MIUI based on 13, MIUI will focus on two versions. These versions will be the “development version” as well as the “official version”. Among them, the MIUI development version will get weekly updates. However, the official version will get updates according to users’ needs. The development version and the official version will gradually be able to switch without clearing data.

MIUI 14 design

According to speculations, the MIUI 14 system will usher in a new design language. Below are some of the features that this system will bring

  • App Vault Information Assistant ushered in UI improvements
  • MIUI Clock App UI improvements
  • Support for disabling persistent notifications directly from the notification panel
  • Adds OCR text recognition to the gallery and MIUI Gallery welcomes today’s memories
  • MIUI Anti-Fraud Protection

To get details and screenshots of the features above, click here

On MIUI 14, users will be able to uninstall the clock. Furthermore, the system will support Qualcomm LE Audio Bluetooth audio technology

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