Xiaomi is working on a ‘back-tap’ characteristic for MIUI, following Android and iOS, in line with a report. Google and Apple have aly proven quite a lot of features they’re working with in Android 11 and iOS14 respectively. One of the features is to provoke actions, like open camera, play/ pause music, take screenshots, toggle the flashlight, amongst others, by double and triple tapping on the back of the telephone. It appears that Xiaomi has taken a cue from the US-based tech giants, and is reportedly working on an analogous characteristic in MIUI 12.
The code of this characteristic was noticed by XDA Developers’ tipster kacskrz within the newest beta construct of MIUI 12. The tipster managed to entry the settings of the characteristic however reviews that it isn’t purposeful on the Redmi Note 7 but. According to the screenshots shared by kacskrz, the characteristic helps two features: double faucet and triple faucet. Users will be capable to select one of many 5 features: take a screenshot, flip on torch, (launch) management centre, open notification shade, or launch the camera.
Xiaomi has aly introduced its plan to roll out MIUI 12, the following iteration of its Android-based interface, to 23 smartphones subsequent month. The software program rollout timetable has solely been introduced for Indonesia, and the company is but to make any official assertion in regards to the roadmap within the Indian market. The Android 10-based MIUI 12 brings features like Ultra Battery Saver, upgraded Dark Mode, and App Drawer.
MIUI 12 features
MIUI 12 was introduced in May and in June, MIUI 12 Pilot Testing Program kicked off for a few smartphones within the nation. Xiaomi said that the MIUI 12 will carry features like higher privateness safety, smoother animations, multitasking by floating home windows, an ultra-battery saver mode to limit power-consuming features, an possibility to show on the app drawer and an enhanced Dark Mode that’s said to vary the color palette for third-party apps as effectively.
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