Today, the Xiaomi Mi 11 began getting the MIUI 220.127.116.11 stable version update. The size is 217MB. It comes with a few bug fixes, but the most notable one is the temperature control adjustment.
According to the update log, the Mi 11 MIUI 18.104.22.168 version has updated Google’s June 2021 security patch to improve system security. It also fixes the problem that the password page occasionally cannot be entered after turning on face recognition in the lock screen interface. In addition, it also fixes the problem that the notification bar animation freezes and the progress bar notification flickers abnormally after the face is unlocked. In addition, this update fixes the issue that the knuckle tapping on the screenshot fails after the game acceleration is turned off.
After the MIUI 12.5.8 version of Mi 11 was updated, some users reported that there was a problem of locking 30 frames when playing “Honor of Kings”.
Xiaomi officially stated that in the future, MIUI will introduce a performance mode and a balanced mode to facilitate manual adjustment by users to meet game performance. In addition, a Xiaomi executive also said that a rough estimate of the 2K screen will increase the power consumption of the 1080P screen by 10%. With current technology, regardless of any platform update, it will be more difficult for a small-screen, small-battery mobile phone with a 2K screen to consume less power.
As a reminder, the Xiaomi Mi 11 is the company’s annual flagship line, which has a number of models. But this update has been pushed out to a selected number of users.