The Chinese tech giant, Xiaomi has come up with its exclusive custom skin – MIUI 11 and one of the most notable features of this update is the revamped Ambient Clock Display. Also, the tester recruitment for this latest MIUI 11 ROM update has now begun in India.
The renovated Ambient Display clock will be inserted in the tester version and if proved alright, will be induced in the stable version as well. The Display clock is Xiaomi’s Living display feature and the best part about it, which makes it different from other brands’ display clock is the ability to customize it.
Earlier this personalization was limited to Analog clocks but now it is possible to customize the digital clocks as well. The message that appears on the display can be personalized too. And what’s the cherry on the top is that this ambient display will do the job of a notification indicator as well.
Although some might not consider it to be a great feature of the MIUI ROM, it indeed is a major part of it. It is being said that the unnecessary part of MIUI 10 skin has been removed and everything has been made clearer in the MIUI 11 ROM update.
Now coming to the crucial part, the recently launched MIUI 11 interface has already being seen in a number of Xiaomi phones. But just now, Xiaomi has freshly started a tester recruitment program for MIUI 11 Stable ROM Update testing in India.
Just like any other testing program, under the title of ‘Xiaomi MIUI Global Stable Beta Testing Group – MI Community India’, Xiaomi will release the test builds for the applicants and then find out bugs or issues through these recruited testers.
Relax, as this testing program is still going on and the last date till Xiaomi will be accepting submissions is December 29 until 9 PM. But note that there are only a limited slots vacant for testing and the basis of accepting applications is – First-come, first-serve. Hence make sure that you go ahead fast!
For joining this MIUI 11 Stable ROM Testing program, you are needed to join the MIUI 11 Stable Beta Testing Recruitment – Mi Community India Telegram channel @MiCommunityBetaTeamOfficial. This platform will let the testers discuss various issues of test builds and also along with the internal recruitment team from Xiaomi.
Once the builds are tested and all the issues, if any, in them are fixed, the stable MIUI 11 ROM updates will be released in patches for devices just like the regular beta updates.
Here goes a list of the test-build supportive smartphones from Xiaomi –
- Redmi K20
- Poco F1
- Redmi Note 8 Pro
- Redmi Note 8
- Redmi Note 7 Pro
- Redmi Note 7/S
- Redmi Note 5 Pro
- Redmi Note 5
- Redmi 8
- Redmi 8A
- Redmi 7
- Redmi 7A
- Redmi 6 Pro
- Redmi 6
- Redmi 6A
- Redmi Y3
- Redmi Y2
- Mi Max 2
- Mi Mix 2
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