Xiaomi wants you to vote for new MIUI 12 features that may arrive in future updates
Apart from the visual overhaul, Xiaomi’s MIUI 12 skin also comes with a boatload of features and functions. One of the most notable new features in MIUI 12 is the addition of the cool Super Wallpapers.
Although, the new 3D live wallpapers aren’t supported on all MIUI 12-eligible devices. To know which devices support Super Wallpapers, head here. Of course, there are other features as well such as the addition of floating windows and an improved dark mode.
Nonetheless, Xiaomi doesn’t seem to be slowing down with its MIUI 12 skin. Towards the tail end of August, we reported that the company introduced the Device Control feature and new burst mode settings in the camera application on MIUI 12 for certain devices.
So it will be safe to say that users can expect to see more new features being introduced over the next few months. And apparently, the Chinese OEM is now letting users vote for features that may arrive in future MIUI 12 updates.
This is part of the ‘Feature Requests from Mi fans’ series where users can vote for features that may come to MIUI in the future. This week, Xiaomi has gives users four different features to vote on. We’ve listed them below:
1) Vibration patterns and strength
2) Easier one handed use through ‘viewing’ and ‘interaction’ area
3) Separate permission settings for separate biometric check
4)Proposed One hand mode (OHM) gesture
Users can vote for a maximum of two features only. Needless to say, the highest voted feature may be introduced in an MIUI 12 or possibly other future MIUI version updates as well.
So in case you wish to see any of the four features listed above, you have roughly 2 weeks from now to cast your vote, which can be done by heading here. That said, Xiaomi is yet to release MIUI 12 for some eligible devices.
So stay tuned to our dedicated tracker to know all the details regarding the rollout of MIUI 12 for eligible devices. Also, stay tuned to PiunikaWeb for more coverage on similar topics.
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