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Xiaomi officially Starts MIUI 10 development

Marking the End of 2017 and Beginning of 2018 Xiaomi held an annual meeting concluding last year’s milestones and plan for the year 2018 on 2018-01-23 in China. During the annual event the Co-Founder and also the Vice President of Xiaomi who leads the MIUI division, Hong Feng said,

“The development for MIUI 10 officially starts today.”


While MIUI 9 was announced on 26th July 2017 and last Week Xiaomi released the MIUI 9 China Stable ROM updates to 40 old and new devices, Marking the end of the company’s MIUI 9 development. Xiaomi states they are also gradually releasing the global ROM update for remaining devices. MIUI 9 aimed to deliver a lightning fast system and offer a great user experience in terms of stability, smoothness, better battery backup. MIUI 9 did bring a couple of interesting and useful features including the split screen capability, brand new Mi Video app, easy to use image editor, stacked notification panel, fast app loading time and many more.


Picking up where they left MIUI 9 and many more improvement with new features will be MIUI 10. But according to reports, Artificial Intelligence could be one of the key features in MIUI 10.  Surely, the most exciting part will be what will Xiaomi bring with AI and Machine Learning in their MIUI 10. Will it be their own smart assistants like Google assistant, Bixby, Siri and Alexa?

Let us know what new features are you expecting from MIUI 10 in the comments section!


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