According to the changelog, the new update comes with a new feature. Users will not need to open the secondary page now as the unimportant messages will be expanded directly after clicking on it.
Moreover, no matter how expensive your phone is, how many features does it carry, or how much storage does it has, at some time, we all face some crashing problem. MIUI 12.5 isn’t different, however, the Chinese tech giant has now fixed some of them.
Status bar, notification bar
- Unimportant messages will be expanded directly after clicking, and no longer enter the secondary page
- Fix some crash bugs
On the other hand, due to the problem of being unavailable in certain scenarios, Mi 9 is temporarily suspended today. Also, started from May 2, 2021, if there is a behavior of irrigation and the hope to increase the internal test score, it will greatly reduce the probability of passing the internal test.
Xiaomi MIUI 12.5 release status
Following China in March, Xiaomi has started to roll out the stable MIUI 12.5 update for its eligible smartphones worldwide. In the beginning, the company has only sent updates to new smartphones that run Android 11 OS.
Recently, the OEM has begun sending updates to older smartphones that run Android 10 such as Xiaomi Mi 8, Mi 8 Lite, Mi Max 3, and Redmi 7.
Xiaomi delayed MIUI 12.5 for some smartphones
MIUI 12.5 was first released in China in December last year, later in global, Indian, and regions. Soon after its China release, the company started sending beta updates but the stable release begun in March.
Recently, the MIUI development team has announced that MIUI 12.5 will be delayed for some Xiaomi smartphones. This is happening due to optimization issues with Android R (Android 11) of this new version of MIUI.
The report further reveals the name of the affected devices, which are as follows –
- Mi CC9 (Mi 9 Lite)
- Mi CC9 Meitu Custom Edition
- Mi 9 Pro 5G
- Redmi Note 8 Pro
Although, the arrival of MIUI 12.5 to these phones is expected for July via Global ROM.