Xiaomi's newly released Mi 11 is getting the latest version of the company's MIUI - 12.5 - a bit earlier than anticipated. The software update isn't huge but it brings a couple of new features and squashes some bugs along the way.
The reports are coming from Chinese owners of the handset, so the global version of the software will probably take another few weeks to arrive.
The update weighs 461MB and is said to deliver a "Android gesture Turbo" functionality, improve the chipset's performance and probably the most notable thing about this patch is that it fixes the random restarts that plague some Mi 11 phones.
Some changes to the animation effects have been introduced supposedly making the whole navigation experience more fluent and faster. Some fine-tuning to the touch response has also been done. Google's March security patch tags along too.
This update comes way ahead of schedule, which was April 30. We expect the new MIUI 12.5 to hit other devices by the end of this month - Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Mi 9 SE.
Source (in Chinese)