Xiaomi works on a new vibration system for MIUI 12.5

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Xiaomi is one of the brands that most modifies Android after including it in their mobiles. In fact, MIUI is one of the best known layers in Spain and in many other countries. In addition, it reaches many mobiles since it does not depend on the Android version.

The latest version available is MIUI 12.5, which was presented at the end of last year as we told you. In this minor iteration there were many new features, and one of them has been leaked in detail.

New advanced vibration system for MIUI 12.5

Xiaomi works on a new vibration system for MIUI 12.5

According to the Telegram Xiaomiui channel, the new MIUI vibration system will allow the use of it even in the gestures we use to control the terminal, giving a more physical sensation.

This is one of the characteristics that are most valued in high-end mobiles, although we do not know if the new function will depend only on the software of the terminals or if it will also depend on the type of vibration motor that each model has.

There will be three types of vibrations, Crisp, Base and Pop, that will be used for certain specific moments, making a difference between the different actions we perform on the mobile.

Xiaomi works on a new vibration system for MIUI 12.5

As you can see, in each of the sections it is explained when they will be activated. For example, Crisp will be activated by pressing the volume buttons while Pop will do it with the power button when we open the menu.

In addition, the sensation of vibration can be modified in intensity as we see in the menu of one of the captures that have been filtered.

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If you wonder if your Xiaomi will receive MIUI 12.5, you can see the list of terminals that will receive this version in this article.

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