Xiaomi's latest MIUI 12 update adds gesture support to adjust Mi Video volume/brightness, new movie details page & more
Xiaomi’s MIUI 12 beta program allows enthusiasts to test the latest features much before the stable update starts rolling out.
The OEM releases weekly MIUI 12 beta updates every Thursday but their release timeline has been changed pretty recently.
While these weekly beta updates bring along a bunch of new features and improvements, it takes some time before these changes hit the stable channel.
However, these updates are still used by many others who want a taste of new features before regular users.
Now, a new MIUI 12 weekly beta update version 20.11.5 has come out with a bunch of improvements and some features for the Mi Video app.
The latest weekly beta offers optimizations for performance and playing experience as gesture support has been added to adjust brightness and volume in Mi Video.
Also, the Video offline function has been further optimized to enhance the user experience with offline video download.
Apart from that, there is the new details page which makes it easier to find movies and comments in the Mi Video app.
– The offline function is fully optimized to give you a better offline video download experience
– Optimize product performance to make your experience silky smooth
– Optimize the experience of adjusting the brightness and volume by gestures, and the operation is more convenient
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– New movie details page, making comments and finding movies more convenient
It must be noted that Xiaomi has different stages/types of MIUI ROMs. Here’s a detailed guide to understand the difference.
The latest MIUI 12 update falls under the weekly beta category which indicates that these changes might be ready to hit the global stable channel except one region.
That said, we will keep tracking the development of Xiaomi’s latest custom skin so stay tuned for more updates.
In the meantime, you can check out our MIUI 12 update tracker to get the latest updates on the topic.
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