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Xiaomi starts rolling out MIUI 9.2 Global Stable ROM for Redmi 5A, Redmi Y1 Lite and more

The list of smartphone includes Redmi 5A, Redmi Y1 Lite, Redmi Y1, Mi Mix 2, Redmi 5, Redmi 5 Plus, Redmi 4 Prime, Mi 3, Mi 4 and Mi Note.

The China-based handset manufacturer, Xiaomi has announced to roll out the MIUI 9.2 Global Stable ROM for selected devices. It is an upgrade to its MIUI 9 operating system which was released last year in November. The list of smartphone includes Redmi 5A, Redmi Y1 Lite, Redmi Y1, Mi Mix 2, Redmi 5, Redmi 5 Plus, Redmi 4 Prime, Mi 3, Mi 4 and Mi Note.

The major highlight of the MIUI 9.2 is the Mi Mover and the app lock. The former will allow users to migrate data from one smartphone to another via Hotspot, while the later will protect the application with a combination or biometric lock and will also hide messages from selected apps.

It is worth noting that the Xiaomihighly recommends to backup smartphone’s data before updating. Further, under the system section, the company has introduced a distance sensor dynamic calibration function, to ensure the correct colour contrast ratio, with a simplified User Interface.

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Additionally, it comes with the Mi Drop, which is very much similar to the Apple’s Airdrop. And an App Vault, to help one by keeping all the important shortcuts and info at one place. Apart from this, the update offers few optimization on the Lock screen, Status Bar and Notification Bar with adjusted time for tapping the alerts with locked screen.

Meanwhile, the Xiaomi has started rolling out its MIUI 9 update for 40 smartphones, which means that the other 30 devices are also expected to receive MIUI 9.2 in upcoming weeks.

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