Xiaomi To Roll Out MIUI 7UI Global Stable ROM Over OTA Starting October 27


Xiaomi introduced the latest MI user interface - the MIUI 7 - during the Redmi Note 2 smartphone launch event back in August. The company released updates for the global beta ROMs over-the-air (OTA) for smartphones running the developer version.

Xiaomi, announced yesterday that the MIUI 7 global stable version will be rolled out starting October 27, 2015 and will be available to Mi fans around the globe. A China stable version of the update will also be available. While Chinese phones will not run the update of the global version, they will receive a Chinese version. Both the versions of the update will be progressively released starting from Oct 27.


MIUI 7 brings with it new and colourful themes like the Rosè, Pink Blush, Ocean Breeze and High Life with lot of attention and detail given to the design of these themes. Besides, the handset can be unlocked in interesting ways with new themes along.

Xiaomi To Roll Out MIUI 7UI Global Stable ROM Over OTA Starting Oct 27

There is also an instrument theme that allows playing of musical instruments like piano or drums.Other themes include sports theme, which updates users with match scores. It also has a battery saver for improved battery life.Other features include Parental control for apps, a new XXL Text which allows users to increase font size.

MIUI 7 developer build was released for Redmi 1s, Redmi 2, Mi 4i, Mi 3, Mi 4, Redmi Note 3G and Redmi Note 4G smartphones. Xiaomi will progressively release updates for several of its devices. Size of the OTA update might vary based on the device model.

The MIUI updates will be available on the following devices - Mi Note, Mi 4, Mi3, Redmi 2/Prime, Redmi 1S 3g, Redmi Note 4G and the Mi Pad.

Xiaomi To Roll Out MIUI 7UI Global Stable ROM Over OTA Starting Oct 27

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