Xiaomi MIUI 15 & Mi MIX 10 make public appearance years ahead of time
Xiaomi is one of the biggest smartphone players in the industry today. As such, you would expect that there is a huge team behind the company’s current position and its trajectory, working on upcoming devices and MIUI updates.
With such status, user privacy becomes incredibly important. In recognition of the same, Xiaomi holds regular Security and Privacy Awareness seminars for its staff.
On June 17, Xiaomi held one of its regular Security and Privacy Awareness Month events. In the event, staff took turns to place stickers on a vision board, stickers that bore what the company thinks are the most important aspects of security.
Among the stickers were phrases like On-site data rating big test, malware experience area, and phishing mail experience area. Along with these, there were familiar tag lines and brands that we have come to know from Xiaomi’s ecosystem of devices and software.
According to images shared by legendary Xiaomi leaker, Digital Chat Station, there were stickers for MIUI 15 and Mix 10.
With this, it appears as though Xiaomi is planning well in advance in terms of its in-house skin, MIUI. To put things into perspective, most Xiaomi devices currently run on the company’s MIUI 11. MIUI 12 is in the works for many other devices and is slowly trickling out in the stable form.
The fact that the MIX 10 also appears on the board also hints at Xiaomi working on a device for one of its most important line of devices – the Mi MIX line.
But of course, nothing concrete has been expressly communicated out with regards to either MIUI 15 or Mi MIX 10 as these are just stickers that were most probably meant to tease the public and build excitement and anticipation. Either way, Xiaomi has piqued our interest.
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