Xiaomi has announced that it will launch a new version of MIUI for their phones due to the latest problems detected in India. Recall that at the beginning of the week the brand suffered a severe blow in the Asian country after the ban on Mi Browser Pro, Xiaomi’s browser. Before this situation, the brand has decided to announce a new layer of personalization with changes to promote security.
The company has confirmed the news on Twitter through a statement made by Xiaomi India, aimed at all users and fans in the country. It alleges that Chinese applications blocked by the Indian government are no longer available on their phones and announces the development of a new version of MIUI, more “pure”. The technology firm takes advantage of the statement to announce that it is “Developing a new version of MIUI that will be created without pre-installing any of the blocked applications”.
1) None of the blocked apps will be available
2) MIUI Cleaner app is not using Clean Master app banned by Indian Govt.
3) 100% of Indian user data stays in India
A new version of MIUI coming soon.
Please read & spread the news. pic.twitter.com/I1WPAkXVWi
– My India (@XiaomiIndia) August 7, 2020
The new software will be rolled out gradually over the next few weeks with users in India being the first to try it. MIUI version without pre-installed apps that may pose a potential risk to the safety of users and the company’s sales in one of its fetish markets.
Would it be valid for the Xiaomi Mi A4?
The brand notes that all upcoming Xiaomi phones to launch in the region will also carry the new one. MIUI “clean” software, free of suspicious applications such as Clean Master (used in MIUI Cleaner) or other programs from the developer Cheetah Mobile. As an additional point of the statement, the company reiterates that 100% of the data generated by its Indian users is stored on local servers located in the country and they do not reach China.
Users can manually install the update using the Xiaomi Updater app starting in the next few days.
For a long time it has been speculated that the Xiaomi Mi A4, the next Xiaomi mid-range, will hit the market without Android One, going on to offer the user a layer of customization like MIUI 12 but with slight differences. This version of MIUI without pre-installed apps It could be the great secret that we find in the future mobile phone of the Chinese brand.
It is to be imagined that this mobile, which should have been announced already, sees the light before the end of this year. If not, the Mi range may have come to an end after the controversial Xiaomi Mi A3.
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