Xiaomi starts MIUI 10 development, will focus on AI features

Xiaomi starts MIUI 10 development, will focus on AI features
Chinese phone maker Xiaomi has officially announced that it has kicked off the development of MIUI 10, its custom software skin based on Android. The manufacturer broke the news at the annual MIUI assembly meeting in China that was held on January 23rd.

At the event, Hong Feng, co-founder, VP of Xiaomi and leader of its MIUI division, said that the company will focus on bringing AI and machine learning features with the next major version of the software. For comparison, the current MIUI 9 has been built around providing stability, smoothness, and better battery backup. The ambitious new goal that Xiaomi has set for itself will hopefully help it bridge the gap with other manufacturers like Apple, Google, and Huawei. 

In an earlier interview, Feng also said that Xiaomi will concentrate on expanding its global presence in the coming months. It is estimated that MIUI has over 280 million active users, 20% (56 million) of which reside outside of China.

source: Weibo (Chinese) via GSMArena



1. MayankParmar

Posts: 3; Member since: Dec 31, 2017

MIUI still sucks on my Mi5. I am not looking for new features, I need stability and performance!

2. Papa_Ji

Posts: 873; Member since: Jun 27, 2016

Even 6 year old Xiaomi phone are getting regular updated... Mi 2S launched in 2012 is getting miui 9 update...

3. worldpeace

Posts: 3135; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

Redmi1s already got oreo from LineageOS

4. Arthurhkt

Posts: 727; Member since: Apr 19, 2012

I think we can learn two thing from Xiaomi, either you be a speedy OS updater, or be like Xiaomi that constantly update your UI to match with your latest phones, so even the OS based is not the latest, the UI would still be the latest.

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