Xiaomi will soon be revealing the new version of its interface, MIUI 11. Based on Android 10, the new interface will be presented side by side with the Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 / Mi Alpha and Mi 9 Pro 5G. . Among the many new features it will bring to users, it will have integrated a new mode called "Children's Space".
According to the manufacturer, this new 'space' was created considering that most of its users have young children, or deal with children on a daily basis. That's why Children's Space aims to help educate and entertain children.
What to expect in this way dedicated to children?
An important detail of this new mode is that it will be completely separated from the parent / adult space. That is, it can be customized independently, not affecting the 'normal' space of the smartphone. In addition, "Children's Space" comes with a feature dedicated to protecting children's eyes by reducing the emission of hazardous lights.
In Children's Space you will find a variety of educational and entertainment applications especially designed for children. However, it was not specified how the contents will be filtered. Possibly it will be possible to filter the type of application depending on the age of the child.
Among the various customization options, you will be able to set a usage timeout and also customize which applications will be accessible.
Interestingly, Xiaomi has also decided to implement a feature for when you receive a call while this mode is active. Whenever this happens, the popular Mi Bunny will jump to the front of the screen, telling the child to bring you the smartphone.
While this isn't Xiaomi's most original implementation ever, surely many of your fans will be pleased with the features they offer. I recall that major manufacturers, such as Samsung, had already implemented similar spaces dedicated to children's content.
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