Xiaomi has recently unveiled the stepped-up version of its in-house skin – MIUI 12.5. This version brings along a big list of new features and optimizations.

The development may have begun but it stays limited to its home ground China for now. The first batch of stable MIUI 12.5 is scheduled to go live in April this year.


Until it arrives, we have a lot more to explore. One of the exciting bits is the new Super Wallpapers.

Xiaomi, with its MIUI 12, introduced a new wallpaper concept and named it, “Super Wallpapers“. Super wallpapers require a good level of processing from the host processor and in return, display a graphic-rich dynamic scenery.

With MIUI 12.5, Xiaomi has once again introduced a couple of more Super Wallpapers with an aim to revamp the viewing experience of Xiaomi devices.


Since it heavily relies on the device’s processor, only the ones with capable hardware will be supported by the new set of Super Wallpapers, you know, just like it was the case with the original versions.

And to clear things up, Xiaomi has now floated a list of supported devices that will get these Super Wallpapers with the MIUI 12.5 update.

– Xiaomi Mi 11
– Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra
– Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro
– Xiaomi Mi 10
– Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth Edition

– Redmi K30 Ultra
– Redmi K30 Pro/Poco F2 Pro
– Xiaomi Mi 9
– Xiaomi Mi 9 Pro 5G

– Redmi K20 Pro/Mi 9T Pro
– Xiaomi Mi 8
– Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro
– Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer
– Xiaomi Mi MIX 3

– Redmi 10X/Redmi Note 9
– Redmi 10X 5G
– Redmi 10X Pro

MIUI 12.5 live wallpapers: Eligible devices

Models other than the ones mentioned have no other choice but to settle with what Xiaomi calls, Static Super Wallpapers, including the Snow Mountain Super Wallpaper.

But there’s nothing that can not be achieved in this era of technology. With the wonders of developers, there’s an unofficial way to have a taste of these wallpapers. Here’s how you can run Super Wallpapers on your Xiaomi device.

We expect a similar alternative with MIUI 12.5 Super Wallpapers as well.


Stay right there, we have more such exciting stories building up in our MIUI 12.5 tracker. Follow them to know more about the latest version of MIUI.

Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated Xiaomi Section so be sure to follow them as well.

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