In 2010, Xiaomi decided to strongly modify Android as it was dissatisfied with the performance of Google's operating system. Developed from Android, MIUI brings a host of features and functions requested by various community users. To intensify the development of its system, Mi has created a weekly update cycle for its devices. Check out how the cycle implemented by the Chinese manufacturer works through the article below.
What is MIUI?
MIUI is a complete ecosystem with unique functions and its own app store. The MIUI system goes beyond a simple interface or custom ROM, even though it is compiled from the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). The advanced development of Mi's system has culminated in a constant cycle of updates, distributed fortnightly to its users. To get you around, 64-bit architecture support is available on MIUI 6 based on Android KitKat 4.4.4, meaning Redmi 2 takes advantage of Snapdragon 410 (64-bit) without the need for embedded Android Lollipop.