Xiaomi announced the new MIUI 12.5 Enhanced Edition update for the POCO F3 GT and Mi Note 10/10 Pro that are now receiving optimizations to increase performance and stability with better security features.
Many people are looking forward to this update to make their phones faster, more stable, and secure. MIUI 12.5 is one of the best performing mobile operating systems out there because of its optimization for AI-assisted navigation, facial recognition, high-performance dual camera algorithms, and its power-saving features that do not use too much battery power but still deliver great performance.
The update will also include optimizations to enhance the gaming experience on the device and enhanced manual adjustment options such as sound levels, screen brightness, and screen timeout time.
MIUI 12.5 Update
MIUI 12.5 Enhanced Edition update has begun rolling out to three more Chinese smartphone manufacturers, Xiaomi. At the end of July 2021, POCO released the first smartphone, the F3 GT. In addition to the Mi Note 10, Xiaomi also announced the Mi Note 10 Pro. They were announced in November.
POCO’s rebranded version of the K40 does not bring anything new to the table as it still has all of the same features that were in the original. It retains its gaming-focused features like a large 2200mAh battery, a dual-camera system, and an IR face unlock feature.
As a rebranded version of the Redmi K40 Gaming Edition, the POCO F3 GT has nothing new to offer. Since the original Chinese handset recently got the latest MIUI update in China, the Indian rebadged handset was expected to get the same update.
The Mi Note 10 and the Mi Note 10 Pro, on the other hand, are essentially the same phone, except for their cameras. As a result, they are running the same MIUI build and are receiving the update together.
MIUI has now entered the market with a brand-new update downloaded from the official website. With this update, users will enjoy some of the newest features like an improved gaming experience, sound optimization, and battery life.
The update is also known as MI CC9 Pro for those who have purchased a lower edition of the phone but still have their current software on their device or those upgrading their old phone to this new version.
Mi CC9 Pro and Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition are known in China as Mi CC9 Pro and Mi CC9 Pro. MIUI’s new version is currently only available for the Indonesian variant.
This latest update brings many improvements and fixes, like fixing an issue with the Audio Switcher button not working correctly on some Xiaomi devices running on MIUI 10 and optimizing the battery life of smartphones by improving background process management.
Xiaomi group smartphones just received a new system update with the following build number.
POCO F3 GT
- Version 188.8.131.52.RKJINXM for India
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and 10 Pro
- Indonesian version for V184.108.40.206.RFDIDXM
As with any other software update, this update is also being rolled out in batches. Users may still have to wait a while for the update to reach everyone.