Top 5 Features of MIUI 14 | MIUI 14 Features Leaked

An alleged MIUI 14 support list recently surfaced online, revealing which Xiaomi, Redmi and Poco phones will get the update and which model won’t. Now, alleged screenshots of a Xiaomi device running MIUI 14 have surfaced online, showing some of the features of the upcoming custom skin.

Top 5 Features of MIUI 14

Gallery gets text recognition

MIUI 14 will come with version – 22.7.19 – and will be based on Android 13 OS. MIUI 14 will bring text recognition feature similar to iOS. With this feature, you can quickly copy text from captured images and photos. In addition, the Gallery app will provide a feature called “This Day” that will show you memories from the previous year, something similar to Google Photos.

Notification panel improvements

In addition, MIUI 14 will offer some changes to the notification panel. It will help you clean up your notifications by making it more convenient to kill them.

Fraud protection

The new user interface will also bring fraud protection that will filter calls, messages and apps and let you know if calls, messages and apps are spam or dangerous.

Redesign of clock and assistant

Additionally, the clock app will undergo some design changes and offer a slightly (hopefully) better experience when you switch to MIUI 14. The Assistant UI is also new in MIUI 14.

Bluetooth LE Audio support

Finally, the upcoming software skin will bring Bluetooth LE Audio support to replace Bluetooth technology for audio devices.

In addition, the MIUI 14 support list recently leaked online. Although it is unofficial and not yet confirmed by Xiaomi, it shed light on all Xiaomi, Redmi and Poco devices that will support the software skin.

It is reported that MIUI 14 based on Android 11 is unlikely to happen as MIUI 14 may have software dependencies. However, the Android 13 operating system, which is expected to debut in Q3 or Q4 of this year, and MIUI 14, which will launch sometime in Q4 of this year, will work hand in hand to offer better features to users.

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