MIUI 12 is the latest version of the Xiaomi interface, having been made official for some time. However, even though most have already received the update, there are still several smartphones that are still waiting. The improvements and new features are many, greatly improving the entire experience of using Xiaomi smartphones.
However, there has been some controversy surrounding the new interface, especially since many users have started to report a serious problem that has arisen since they received MIUI 12 on their smartphones. It appears that several models are experiencing battery drain problems, which is making users furious.
So far, it seems that these problems have only been verified in 3 models: POCO F1, Redmi Note 8 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 9.
Xiaomi smartphones with battery problems is users’ biggest nightmare
With the great advances made over the past few years with regard to smartphone hardware, one of the biggest impacts was on energy consumption. Obviously, more powerful components end up consuming more energy, forcing manufacturers to work hard to optimize their systems and advances in fast-loading technologies.
However, if at any time an update to the smartphone software ends up compromising this complex ecosystem that allows an ideal functioning of all components, users will be left with a big problem on their hands. Currently, a small imbalance is enough for the autonomy of a smartphone to pass for half the time that would be expected.
Apparently, this is what is happening to some users of these Xiaomi smartphones. Through the official forums of the manufacturer, there are already many reports that these smartphones saw their autonomy plummet after receiving the MIUI 12.
As you would expect, many of them stress that this drainage becomes extremely evident when they are in gaming sessions.
So far, Xiaomi has yet to comment on this alleged problem on MIUI 12. If they confirm that the new update is really causing these problems, they are expected to launch a quick fix in the coming weeks.
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