MIUI 12.5 beta (21.1.28) video impressions: New haptic feedback, battery health status, new video editor in Gallery app, & more
MIUI has to be one of the neatest looking Android skins available in the Android world. The OS has undergone some pretty rapid development following the announcement of MIUI 12 last year.
Since then, Xiaomi has rushed to add a bunch of cool features and some of them are unique enough to not be found on any other Android skin.
One good example of this can be the new Super Wallpapers based on exotic locations and even outer space. Xiaomi has also gone as far as adding an option to change your voice when playing online games.
Feature additions aren’t the only changes brought about by the update, however, as almost the entire user interface has been revamped along with the incorporation of slick new animations.
And if MIUI 12 wasn’t enough of a feature overload, Xiaomi is currently beta testing MIUI 12.5 that further puts a bunch of fresh goodies and optimizations to the table.
Moreover, as MIUI 12.5 inches closer and closer to a global rollout with each passing day, we have continued tracking its progress so that you don’t miss out on anything as new stuff unfurls.
That said, a channel named MIUI System Updates has compiled a video of all these recent changes (up to MIUI 12.5 beta 21.1.28) in one place and has uploaded it on YouTube.
The video is a great one-stop featurette for those curious about what the latest version of MIUI has in store, especially now that there is news of a possible global launch on February 8.
After all, what better way to examine software features than watching them in action!
Anyway, in brief, the video demonstrates new features like haptic feedback designed to make software usage feel more like real-world object interaction, smart battery health status, new video editor in the Gallery app, and much more.
All this would’ve definitely hyped you up by now and hence, if you can’t wait to lay your hands on the MIUI 12.5 update along with everything it has in store, then be sure to check out our dedicated MIUI 12.5 update tracker.
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