MIUI 7 Has Already Been Ported To Over 70 Android Devices

Xiaomi is the biggest Chinese smartphone OEM, and the company has showcased a number of new smartphones and various smart gadgets this year. Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 is the latest smartphone this China-based company has unveiled, and next to that smartphone, Xiaomi has also announced the new variant of their Android-based skin, MIUI 7. The MIUI 7 includes a number of new features, even though the UI still looks pretty much the same. Xiaomi did, however, introduce a number of fixes under the hood in order to make MIUI 7 a lot faster than its predecessor.

The Chinese version of MIUI 7 was unveiled on August 13th, and the global version arrived on August 19th. That being said, Xiaomi has just released news that MIUI 7 Patchrom has been released, and that MIUI 7 has bene ported to over 70 devices. This is quite staggering if you consider that the UI launched approximately 2 weeks ago. MIUI 7 is ported to Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, LG G2, LG G3, Galaxy S5, Xperia Z3, HTC One M8, HTC One X... and a ton of other devices. If you'd like to check out the full list of devices that currently support MIUI 7, visit the source link down below. You'll also find instructions on how to flash MIUI 7 on your device (presuming it's listed), along with the download link for the ROM. If your handset isn't listed, however, you can request ROM for it as well by clicking here.

No matter if you like MIUI or not, this achievement is quite commendable. MIUI 7 brings a slew of new features to the platform, including themes and auto-tagging in the gallery, but as already mentioned, the performance bump is the most impressive one. Xiaomi has already showcased MIUI 6 vs MIUI 7, and it's quite noticeable that MIUI 7 is a more polished version of the OS. That's not all though, in a battery test released by the company, the new version of MIUI is also a battery sipper. There you have it, if you'd like to try out MIUI 7, download the ROM, flash it, and see where it goes. Keep in mind that you might brick your device if you don't know what you're doing though, as always, so don't do it if you're not completely confident in your skills and what you're doing.

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