Xiaomi Reveals MIUI 14 Supported Devices

Today, officially announced the MIUI 14 at Xiaomi 13 series launch event. The new software comes with plenty of new features and improvements. The maker says the -13-based software has a small size and will offer improved performance. also revealed the first batch of smartphones that will receive the MIUI 14 update. Here are the details.

will start releasing the MIUI 14 update to the first batch of smartphones in February. The software will initially be rolled out to the flagship Xiaomi 12 series, Redmi K50 series, and the latest Xiaomi Mix Fold 2. The company will announce the second and third batches soon. Do note that the timeline is for Chinese users.

As mentioned, the latest MIUI 14 update will start rolling out to the first batch of supported devices in February 2023. Here’s the list of devices:

  • 12S Ultra
  • 12S Pro
  • 12S
  • 12 Pro
  • 12 Pro Dimensity Edition
  • 12
  • Xiaomi MIX Fold 2
  • Redmi K50 Pro
  • Redmi K50
  • Redmi K50 Extreme Edition
  • Redmi K50 Gaming Edition
MIUI 14 supported device list

Xiaomi is yet to reveal the update plan for the Poco devices. Also, the company hasn’t announced the global rollout of the MIUI 14 yet. We can expect an official announcement soon.

If we talk about the update itself, MIUI 14 arrives with a small size and an improved system architecture. The software has fewer pre-installed apps, which means there’s better performance and less space is consumed.

It will offer more personalization options with a new widget format, home screen folders, and Super icons. The privacy of user data has also been revamped with all actions performed locally on the device and no data is stored in the cloud. Mi AI voice assistant has also been improved and it can now perform document scanning, translations, and filter spam calls.


Via: gizmochina.com

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