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Xiaomi’s MIUI 13 to come with new design, game floating window, memory fusion technology and more

Xiaomi has been doing quite well in the smartphone market. Over the past few years, the MIUI system has been one of the selling points of this company. Surprisingly, this time the tech giant is said to introduce the new version of its custom skin MIUI 13 based on one Android version that is Android 12.

However, in the last few weeks, we have heard several rumors that the MIUI 13 will make its debut in August, while the Android 12 launch is scheduled for September. Thus right now, we cannot say any word in regards.

Anyways, we now have some features of the upcoming MIUI 13. Following the new information by a popular Weibo blogger, the new-gen skin will come with multiple features.

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Redesigned MIUI 

The most significant changes over the current MIUI 12 would be in the design and looks. The MIUI 13 will reportedly come with new animations and fonts. It will also have redesigned app icons and fresh wallpapers.

Aside from the design, the tipster also revealed some system-based features. According to him, the upcoming MIUI will feature a floating window for games. Previously, we’ve only seen floating windows for apps but floating windows for games haven’t been seen anywhere.

Moreover, the new UI will bring memory fusion technology and a layered rendering system. This technology will work similarly to the virtual RAM feature, where users with limited RAM will be able to improve the performance by using the phone’s ROM.

Previously, Jin Fan who is the head of Xiaomi’s MIUI revealed that the developers are optimizing the dark mode for the upcoming MIUI 13. He said that the developers will also solve the mandatory mode of the dark mode of the system for some compatible apps. That means it will be able to respect the interface of third-party applications that already have their own dark mode.

This optimized dark mode will avoid being applied in applications that have their own dark mode, it will deactivate itself completely on detection of such apps. Therefore, color conflicts that would not allow us to see the interface correctly would be avoided.

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