Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G Getting Android 12-Based MIUI 13 Update

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G MIUI 13 update

Xiaomi starts sending the stable MIUI 13 update to Mi 11 Lite 5G. The smartphone was launched last year with Android 11 out of the box. Now, it has started receiving Android 12 as the first major OS upgrade.

The Android 12 update for Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G is currently rolling out in China. The latest build comes with the firmware version V13.0.7.0.SKICNXM. We can expect the update to reach more regions over the next few weeks.

Xiaomi claims that the latest version of MIUI significantly boosts device performance, thanks to optimizations made to File Storage System, RAM, Smart Balance, Process Priority Optimizations, and more. It also brings a refreshed UI, dynamic wallpapers, and lots of improvements and new changes, which you can read in the changelog given below.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G MIUI 13 update changelog:

New: Privacy camera for face recognition and protective watermarks for images
New: Introducing comprehensive anti-fraud protection mechanisms
New: All-new Mi Sans system font with better readability
New: "Crystallization" super wallpapers
New: A new widget ecosystem with app support and personalization options
New: Mi AI can be fully customized now
Optimization: Improved overall stability
[Basic improvements]
Optimization: Responsiveness for all system and most popular third party apps
Optimization: Home screen is now much more fluid and responsive
Stable MIUI based on Android 12
[Mi Smart Hub]
New: Handoff is now seamless between Xiaomi phones and tablets where the same Mi Account is used
New: Apps can be seamlessly handed off between phones and tablets
New: Verification codes that are received on a phone can be now pasted on a tablet
New: Photos taken with a phone can be instantly viewed on a tablet
New: Tablets can connect to the portable hotspot in one tap
New: An option for taking a photo with the phone's camera is now available
Handoff functionality will be upgraded in the upcoming versions. Stay tuned for our further updates!
To be able to use handoff functionality with photos, update MIUI+ to 3.5.11 or later
[Privacy protection]
New: Protective watermarks can be added as a pattern that is displayed over the whole image protecting it from unauthorized use
New: Introducing comprehensive anti-fraud protection mechanisms that include warnings, official labels, and transaction shields
New: Incognito mode restricts camera, microphone, and location permissions
New: Secure input protects all the text you enter
New: Privacy camera only shows your face and masks the rest of the picture when face recognition is required
To be able to use all MIUI 13 privacy protection features, update Gallery, Security, Contacts, and Messaging to their latest versions
[System font]
New: All-new Mi Sans system font with better readability
New: "Crystallization" super wallpapers
New: A new widget ecosystem offers lots of items that can make your Home screen more informative
New: New gorgeous widgets for system and third party apps
New: Lots of customizable widgets, including different clocks, signatures, and stickers
[Mi AI voice assistant]
New: Mi AI's avatar, timbre, and controls can be fully customized
To be able to use this feature, update Mi AI to its latest version
[More features and improvements]
New: Apps can be opened as floating windows directly from the sidebar
New: Ambient sound recognition in Mi Ditto
Optimization: Voice controls are better recognized in Accessibility mode now
Optimization: Enhanced accessibility support for Phone, Clock, Weather, and Themes
Optimization: Privacy protection, secure web browsing, and better feed
Optimization: Mind map nodes are more convenient and intuitive now
Optimization: Wallet looks much better now

The MIUI 13 (Android 12) update for Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G is currently available in China. Hopefully, it will expand to more regions in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, you can manually check for new updates by going to System update section under the Settings app.

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