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Xiaomi to begin MIUI 12 rollout for Mi and Redmi phones in June

It will begin rolling out to select Mi and Redmi phones in China in June.


What you need to know

  • Xiaomi today unveiled the latest version of its custom Android skin – MIUI 12.
  • MIUI 12 comes with an improved UI design, new animations, improved navigation gestures, enhanced privacy, Dark Mode 2.0, AI calling, and more.
  • Xiaomi will begin rolling out the stable MIUI 12 update to its smartphones by the end of June.

Xiaomi today announced the newest version of its MIUI Android skin at the Mi 10 Youth Edition launch event in China. MIUI 12 comes with a cleaner user-interface design and a bunch of new features aimed at enhancing the user experience. While the MIUI 12 beta program begins in China today, the stable rollout will commence by the end of June.

The most significant change that MIUI 12 brings to the table is the new UI design that looks much cleaner than before. Xiaomi has also incorporated several visual elements to make it easier for users to view system information such as battery usage. You also get new animations, Dark Mode 2.0 with wallpaper dimming, and live wallpapers that are inspired by the landscapes of Mars and Earth.


In addition to the visual changes, MIUI 12 comes with a new Android 10-like gesture navigation system, fitness and sleep tracking features, AI calling for users with hearing disabilities, and enhanced privacy features.

Xiaomi says the stable MIUI 12 update for eligible Mi and Redmi phones will begin rolling out by the end of June. Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, Mi 10, Mi 10 Youth Edition, Mi 9 Pro, Redmi K30, Redmi K30 Pro, Redmi K20, and Redmi K20 Pro will be among the first phones to get the update in China. However, no specific timeline has been confirmed yet for the global release.

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Nixplay Smart Photo Frame review

The Nixplay Smart Photo Frame, available in a variety of sizes, is a Wi-Fi digital picture frame that displays your favorite images. Similar to traditional picture frames you can hang it on a wall or prop it up on a table. Unlike the one on your grandmother’s wall, it can cycle through more than 2,000 pictures.This is the sort of product you’d gift to parents and grandparents as you can send photos or playlists directly to them. Additionally, it might be a good product for new parents, newlyweds, or college students who might want to keep an eye on things back home. It works just as well to give one of these to someone as it would be to receive on.There are a different sizes and finishes available so it ought to be no problem finding the right fit for your home. And because of its flexibility, you can move it to different rooms or environments without hassle.The 10.1-inch version features a 1280 x 800 HD image that’s bright, easy to see from a variety of angles, and works in both landscape and portrait orientation. As one might expect from a device like this in 2020, there is support for Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.The built-in motion sensor is able to identify whether there are people in the room which means it automatically turns itself off.Configuration and SetupSetting up the Nixplay Frame includes creating an account, pairing your frame to it, and adding photos. Using the mobile app you can manually add photos, but we found it easier to manage it from the website.Once logged in, you can pair your social media accounts with their respective library or albums. That includes Google Photos, Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, Flickr, and Verizon Cloud.It’s also in this dashboard where you can set up timers to turn on and off the frame. Additionally, you can shuffle the playlist, opt to display a clock, adjust the transitions between photos, and more.If you’re purchasing one of these for a family member or friend, you’ll be able to set it all up and essentially make it a turn-key gift. All you’ll have to do is set it on the right Wi-Fi network.We appreciate that you can make as many adjustments that you can, especially to keep things updated. There’s no need to insert a microSD card or plug into the frame. Anything done in the cloud is automatically updated.As for the Google Assistant stuff, it’s more or less just being able to turn the frame on and off using your voice. It’s handy, but not necessary. Amazon Alexa appears to have a little deeper integration with options to pull up specific playlists. 1 of 4 The viewing angles on the frame are really good and we found it to provide sharp color and high contrast. Some of the transitions do feel a tad dated, however, they are quick. Fortunately, you can opt for longer delays between changing and decide which transition you want.Where to BuyYou can learn more about the Nixplay Smart Photo Frame at the company’s official website. There, you’ll find it available to purchase for about $180. A limited time discount sees the company taking $27 off, bringing the total to just $153.There are also other sizes to choose from, ranging from 9.7-inches up to 15.6-inches. From the looks of it, there are often chances to save on your frame. Be it centered around a holiday or just an instant discount, it pays to look.

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