- Xiaomi has introduced a brand new MIUI model for India.
- It will come with none preinstalled apps blocked via the Indian govt.
Xiaomi has introduced that it is going to release a brand new model of MIUI for its smartphones in India. The corporate showed the inside track on Twitter in a letter addressing the Indian Mi neighborhood.
Xiaomi writes that each one Chinese apps blocked via the Indian govt are not to be had on its telephones. The corporate states that it’s “growing a brand new model of MIUI that can be constructed with out pre-installation of any of the blocked apps.”
The new device will roll out in a phased method over the following couple of weeks. Xiaomi has showed to iandroid.eu that each one of its telephones working MIUI in India gets the brand new model. Besides this, all upcoming Xiaomi telephones can even elevate the brand new MIUI device.
Meanwhile, Xiaomi has additionally clarified that MIUI has its personal cleaner app and that it’s no longer the use of Cheetah Mobile’s banned Clean Master app on its telephones.
“Clean Master is a not unusual business identify utilized by a couple of app builders,” the corporate writes in its letter. A brand new replace for the MIUI cleaner app gets rid of some “business definitions” and is now to be had to download. Users can manually set up the replace via heading to the machine app updater on their telephones.
Closing out its letter, Xiaomi reaffirms the truth that it continues to agree to all knowledge and privateness necessities beneath the Indian regulation. It reiterates that 100% of information generated via its Indian customers is saved on native servers located within the nation. You can learn Xiaomi’s whole letter within the tweet embedded under.
1) None of the blocked apps can be to be had
2) MIUI Cleaner app isn’t the use of Clean Master app banned via Indian Govt.
3) 100% of Indian person knowledge remains in India
A brand new model of MIUI coming quickly.
Please learn & unfold the inside track.
— Mi India (@XiaomiIndia) August 7, 2020
Xiaomi’s feedback come weeks after the Indian govt banned 59 Chinese apps, together with some Xiaomi apps just like the Mi Browser. OEMs and app builders don’t have any choice however to agree to the most recent govt pointers. TikTok was once one of the largest casualties of those app restrictions, however it will quickly be able out due to a possible Microsoft takeover.