The first upgrade of Android 12! Xiaomi Mi 11 gets the MIUI 12.5 internal beta version 21.8.27 update

In May of this year, Google officially released a new generation of Android system-Android 12, which almost brought the biggest improvement in recent years, compared with the previous generation, it has carried out many rich optimizations.

After the release of Android 12, various manufacturers have also begun intensive adaptation work.

According to feedback from relevant netizens, the Xiaomi Mi 11 model has already begun to push the MIUI 12.5 internal beta version. The 21.8.27 update brings a major version update of Android 12, with a size of 4.2GB.

The update log indicates that this update is an Android cross-version upgrade. In order to reduce risks, it is recommended to back up personal data in advance.

This update takes a long time to start and load, and performance and power consumption problems such as heat may occur within a short period of time after startup.

Some third-party applications will affect their use due to their own version adaptation.

It is reported that Android 12 first brought huge changes in appearance, and Google introduced a new design language, Material You.


Users will be able to fully personalize their phones through custom color palettes and redesigned gadgets.

At the same time, users can also use color extraction to select their own wallpapers, and these colors can be applied to the entire operating system, including the notification bar, lock screen, volume control, new gadgets and more.

In terms of functionality, Google claims that Android 12 improves the entire underlying system and can reduce the CPU time required for core system services by 22%.

The system server’s use of the large core has also been reduced by 15%, which will bring smoother and faster responses during use.

In addition, in terms of privacy protection, which is increasingly valued by users today, Android 12 has also been upgraded.

It can ensure that users have more knowledge and more restrictions on which applications are accessing their data.