Wednesday, 14 April 2021

Upcoming Xiaomi Redmi gaming phone will be the first to come with MIUI 12.5 stable out of the box

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So we are sitting at that time of year when Xiaomi’s hardware and software units are working tirelessly--owing to this the company has launched devices such as Redmi Note 10 series, M11 Series, and the Redmi K40 series.

So is the software side story; Xiaomi has been very busy giving out MIUI 12.5 and Android 11 to their respective smartphones. Recently, they even shared a more intricate MIUI 12.5 stable update timeline.

Xiaomi could have started rolling out MIUI 12.5 stable to their high-end phones, but not all--among them the first one is the MI 10 Ultra. However, it seems that MIUI 12 development has still a long distance to go before it is complete.

This is clear from the Pilot testing programs by MI whose core aim is testing obvious stable beta update before it is released to global users. The preparations are occurring in full-swing and even added some more users for testing.

It is best to establish that MIUI 12 is still rocking and rolling other than Xiaomi’s latest flagship launches-- the MI 11 Ultra and MI 11 Pro. These smartphones may be flagships, however, they come with MIUI 12 out of box, even though MIUI 12.5 stable is already rolling.

In a recent Q&A, Xiaomi,  responds to this stating that they started production of these smartphones way before their official release and hence to load it with latest software version at hand at the time of manufacturing.

Having said that, there seems to be a Xiaomi smartphone that has been put into production since MIUI 12.5 hit stable. This means it will come with MIUI 12.5 out of the box.

It's a gaming-focused device under the Redmi name. The fact is that this is the first time the Redmi tag has ever been applied to a gaming phone. And, It stays more affordable than the premium Mi series devices.

All gaming devices introduced to the market by Xiaomi were under the Black Shark tag. This all boils down to a conclusion that the Redmi Gaming devices are targeted to obtain flag-ship level gaming performance but on a very less budget.

The smartphone is likely to be launched at the end of the current month and is likely to have the best MediaTek Dimensity 1200 chip. The 6nm chip design has been boasted by MediaTek for the processor and said to be one of the fastest smartphone CPUs ever.

Further, the performance metrics of the Redmi gaming device are boosted by MIUI 12.5 which promises a better show over the older version by reducing power consumption, that is all we know at the moment.

Camera features include a 64-megapixel Sony IMX686 main lens with a quad-camera array. Lastly, its codename is Aries. 

That’s all when it comes to the information at hand currently. Please stay tuned to Motivating Technology for updates on MIUI 12.5 and the Redmi gaming phone.


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