Xiaomi Official Reveals Upcoming MIUI 12 Design Changes

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MIUI 12 design changes

We already know Xiaomi developers have started working on the upcoming MIUI update, MIUI 12. Now, a company official has revealed a few design changes that will accompany the new update.

MIUI’s official Weibo account has shared a few Q&As concerning the MIUI 12 that were asked during the “Ask me Anything” conducted by the MIUI Head designer, a few days back.

Among several queries, one was a complaint regarding the non-uniformity of UI elements in the MIUI 11 to which the official replied that it would get fixed in MIUI 12. In other words, MIUI 12 will likely incorporate a more refined UI focusing on the uniformity of elements across the UI.

Also Read: MIUI 12 Features Revealed: UI Changes, New Navigation Bar

Within the same context, when a user questioned the different loading screens for apps, the designer said MIUI 12 would bring unified blank pages, loading screens, and accompanying icons to all the system apps. Other than that, the MIUI head designer also said that volume sliders would be unified with the other sliders in MIUI 12.

Gizmochina notes that several questions from MIUI 11 China ROM users concerned the fonts. The most important one, that also affects MIUI Global ROM users, was a request for adding global font support.

The Xiaomi official replied that the team has been working on that change. We might even see it on MIUI 12; however, he noted that the system-wide font support will not apply to Webview.

Other font-related suggestions included optimization of numerical fonts, bigger battery percentage icon, bold heading in several areas, and a few more. While Mi users gave note-worthy suggestions, only time will tell whether the developers will consider all or a handful of them.

Charanjeet Singh

Charanjeet Singh

Charanjeet owns an iPhone but his love for Android customization lives on. If you ever ask him to choose between an iPhone, Pixel or Xiaomi; better if you don't.

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