Xiaomi MIUI 10 expected to ship with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Capabilities


Xiaomi has announced MIUI 10, which is expected to launch in 2018. Touted as a successor to MIUI 9, the announcement of the upcoming launch of MIUI 10 was made by Hong Feng, Xiaomi vice president at an assembly meeting in China. According to reports, the company executives discussed the roadmap for 2018 at the annual meeting. The current status of the development related to MIUI 10 was also revealed during the discussions.

As per a report published in MyDrivers, the Lei Jun company will now migrate all the product team members from MIUI 9 to MIUI 10. Interestingly, Weibo also shared an image from the event, which clearly reveals the MIUI 10.


The main attraction of the rumored MIUI 10 will be the integration of artificial intelligence coupled with machine learning capabilities.

Launched in July 2017, the currently available MIUI 9 was launched with the Xiaomi Mi 5X. The MIUI 9 was shipped with features such as enhanced load times, new design elements, split-screen functionality, improved power saving features via Doze. The prime focus of the MIUI 9 was to boost the performance of the devices to a large extent.

Xiaomi also announced the rollout of MIUI 9 to 40 devices including the first generation Redmi Note and Mi Pad. The Mi Pad was not refreshed with an update over the last several months and the availability of MIUI 9 is an excellent initiative form the part of the company. The company has gone one step ahead by pushing MIUI 9 to all devices in a bid to stand out from the other competitors.

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With the help of the Mi Mover included with MIUI 9.2, you will be able to migrate data to a new smartphone without losing any files. This module will be useful since users can restore data even during downtimes. We don’t have any information about when Xiaomi will unveil MIUI 10. Based on the past history, we expect the release during July/August 20initialer inital beta testing among the Mi Community.

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