No matter what they say, MIUI remains one of the most appreciated interfaces you can find in the Android world. And not only Xiaomi is aware of this, but also the judges of the Red Dot Awards 2021 who decided to award it. Despite the various bugs reported by the community, Xiaomi’s proprietary interface is undoubtedly one of the most vibrant and feature-rich UIs. We’ve seen this with the latest MIUI 12.5, which has taken what was good about MIUI 12 and elevated it to a higher level, especially in terms of aesthetics.
MIUI has been awarded at the Red Dot Awards 2021: here’s why
For this very reason, MIUI 12.5 has won three Red Dot Awards 2021, as proudly celebrated by the MIUI team on their Weibo account. The three awards cover the two categories “Haptic Feedback” and “Natural Sound Museum“. Both won the award for the best “Interface & Sound Experience“, while the sound section also won the “Sound Design” award. If you’re familiar with MIUI 12.5 (if not, remedy that), you’ll know that these are two categories that Xiaomi has put a lot of focus on.
With the update to MIUI 12.5, Xiaomi smartphones have seen a decent improvement in haptic feedback. The Mi Haptic system allows you to use the linear vibration engine to simulate the haptic experience under certain circumstances. For example, haptic feedback comes into play in situations such as volume management, opening menus, full screen gestures, moving items and more. However, be aware that it will require
ario that the smartphone is compatible with this feature
As for the audio section, it is another primary aspect of the update to MIUI 12.5. The new version of the Xiaomi UI includes a whole host of sounds from nature themed rainforest, savannah, Australia and Arctic. The sound engineers that Xiaomi relied on have traveled the world to capture all these sounds, the dynamic nature of which makes MIUI 12.5 more original than average. As a reminder, even if you don’t have MIUI 12.5, you can still get these sounds
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