Redmi K30 Pro Zoom starts receiving Android 11 update and MIUI 12 interface

The Chinese version of the Redmi K30 Pro Zoom phone has started receiving a new update over the air that brings with it the MIUI 12 interface along with the latest Android 11 from Google.

It should be noted that this update is not compatible with the global version of the Redmi K30 Pro Zoom phone, but Xiaomi’s Redmi sub-brand is supposed to launch a different update for the international version when it finishes launching the update for the local version. On the mention of that, the Android 11 update for the Chinese version of the Redmi K30 Pro Zoom carries the build number V12.1.3.0.RJKCNXM and has a size of 3.3GB with the knowledge that it brings with it the security fixes for the month of November 2020.

As a reminder, the MIUI 12 interface brings with it many improvements and fixes at the design level as it gets a flat look, many animation effects, a better night mode, as well as a new application for health and more complex settings for privacy.

Regarding the appearance, Xiaomi has made the interface almost completely flat. There are new animation effects that Xiaomi claims to be faster and more flexible than before. Dark Mode 2.0 is another major addition that blurs the background and adjusts the font to make text easier to read and reduce eye strain.

Other stylish visual features include new live wallpapers that convert from an aerial shot of space to a close-up of the planet every time you unlock your phone. There’s also a new Always On Display feature and floating windows that allow you to keep apps small and open when you are running content in full screen mode. Gesture navigation is now based on those in the raw Android 10 system, and Xiaomi has also improved notifications management with the new Quick Reply feature.

The other key feature in the new MIUI 12 is an improved privacy management system that can now track the behavior of your apps and notify you if an abusive behavior is detected. In addition, Xiaomi implements a new default security protocol that prevents suspicious apps from accessing vital information on your device.

Xiaomi has also added new features for people with special needs such as the AI ​​Calling feature that can transcribe calls and suggest responses during conversations for hard of hearing users. Mi Health app on the other hand promises better activity tracker thanks to new artificial intelligence algorithms and also provides sleep tracking without any additional devices, as it simply requires placing the phone under your pillow.


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