In addition to MIUI 12.5, Xiaomi unveiled MIUI Plus, a type of work desktop mode that enables us to utilize specific smartphone applications and functionality from any Windows or macOS computer.
MIUI Plus itself allows us to combine the smartphone with the PC, therefore increasing our productivity.
What is MIUI+
MIUI+ feature is a desktop mode that allows you to connect your phone to your PC and shares the screen with it. It rivals OneUI’s DEX mode, but in a different manner where while OneUI’s DEX mode offers a whole user environment, MIUI+ uses a Windows environment and opens up mini windows for the apps on your device. In this way, it looks a lot more like the ChromeOS Android subsystem. You may wonder, what is the difference from any of all the other apps that can view and control your smartphone screen?
We may not only be notified from our PC but can also use Xiaomi, Redmi, or POCO for programs we have loaded.
And not everything is unified with MIUI Plus so we have even more MIUI integrated with our desktop operating system. In addition to that, it is easy to drag and down data between our smartphone and a MIUI Plus PC.
MIUI+ becomes in summary a desktop mode not in itself, but quite operational as the interface fits well on any computer’s screen, altering the work bar, the control panel, etc. as we can see in these lines.
Xiaomi devices compatible with MIUI Plus
Xiaomi has built MIUI + into a large variety of devices in the most recent MIUI beta, enabling us to see which are compatible after arriving in Global ROM. We discover the following: Here is a list of Xiaomi devices that support MIUI+ feature:
Xiaomi 12 Pro
Xiaomi MIX FOLD
Mi 11 Ultra
Mi 11 Pro
Mi 10 Ultra
Mi 11 Lite 5G
Mi 10 Pro
Mi 10 Lite Zoom
Mi 9 Pro 5G
Redmi K40 Gaming
Redmi K40 Pro/+ (Mi 11i / Mi 11X/Pro)
Redmi K30S Ultra (Mi 10T)
Redmi K30 Ultra
Redmi K30 Pro
Redmi K30 5G
Redmi K30i 5G
Redmi K20 Pro (Mi 9T Pro)
Redmi 10X Pro, Redmi 10X (Redmi Note 9)
Redmi Note 10 Pro
Redmi Note 9 Pro (Mi 10T Lite / Mi 10i)
POCO F2 Pro
Not all devices are compliant with MIUI +, as we can see. Only the mid or high-middle range are generally included and are presumably a fluidity and performance element of the last generations.
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