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Leica camera with an inch sensor, MIUI 14 and 13 GB of RAM. Working for the first time Xiaomi 13 Pro showed live

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Today, a large number of pictures have appeared on the Web showing the working flagship Xiaomi 13 Pro. The images confirm what has been talked about a lot earlier – the phone uses Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, and Android 13 with MIUI 14 interface (version 14.0.2) acts as a software platform.

Leica camera with an inch sensor, MIUI 14 and 13 GB of RAM.  Working for the first time Xiaomi 13 Pro showed live

The device received RAM expansion technology by creating a virtual partition in flash memory, due to which 8 GB of RAM in the basic version is increased to 13 GB. As for the base amount of flash memory, it will be 128 GB.

Leica camera with an inch sensor, MIUI 14 and 13 GB of RAM.  Working for the first time Xiaomi 13 Pro showed live

Leica camera with an inch sensor, MIUI 14 and 13 GB of RAM.  Working for the first time Xiaomi 13 Pro showed live
Leica camera with an inch sensor, MIUI 14 and 13 GB of RAM.  Working for the first time Xiaomi 13 Pro showed live

In the design of the front panel, decent screen frames attract attention, especially the bottom one. The display, unlike the younger Xiaomi 13, is curved. As for the camera block, it is so large partly due to the use of a large inch sensor (this is officially confirmed today).

Leica camera with an inch sensor, MIUI 14 and 13 GB of RAM.  Working for the first time Xiaomi 13 Pro showed live

Leica camera with an inch sensor, MIUI 14 and 13 GB of RAM.  Working for the first time Xiaomi 13 Pro showed live
Leica camera with an inch sensor, MIUI 14 and 13 GB of RAM.  Working for the first time Xiaomi 13 Pro showed live

The official premiere of Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro was supposed to take place tomorrow, but today it was canceled, and a new date for the official event has not yet been announced.

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Xiaomi 11T and Poco F4 receive MIUI 14 stable version

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Xiaomi 11T and Poco F4 receive MIUI 14 stable version

Xiaomi continues to churn out stable versions of MIUI 14 for its devices outside China. Now Xiaomi 11T and Poco F4 have received such firmware. True, not everyone will be able to install it, but only participants in the proprietary Mi Pilot beta testing program.

Xiaomi 11T and Poco F4 receive MIUI 14 stable version

The MIUI 14 stable for these models is based on Android 13. The firmware is 3.5 GB in size and includes the December Android security updates. It is noted that the firmware for Xiaomi 11T is MIUI 14.0.3.0 TKWMIXM and it is available in all regions (global version), the firmware for Poco F4 is MIUI 14.2.0 TLMEUXM and it has been released only in Europe so far.

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Xiaomi Pad 5, Redmi K40, Xiaomi Mi 10S and Xiaomi 12X will receive MIUI 14 Stable soon

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The XiaomiUI resource, which carefully monitors Xiaomi’s work on new versions of the MIUI firmware, reported that seven Xiaomi and Redmi devices will soon receive a stable version of MIUI 14.

Xiaomi Pad 5, Redmi K40, Xiaomi Mi 10S and Xiaomi 12X will receive MIUI 14 Stable soon

The list of models is as follows:

  • Xiaomi Pad 5 Pro 12.4 (dagu);
  • Xiaomi Pad 5 (nabu);
  • Redmi K40 Gaming/Poco F3 GT (ares);
  • Xiaomi Mi 10S (thyme);
  • Xiaomi Civi 2 (ziyi);
  • Xiaomi 12X (psyche);
  • Redmi K40 / Poco F3 (alioth).

When exactly the firmware will be released and who will be able to install it has not yet been reported, but most likely we are talking about participants in the proprietary Mi Pilot beta testing program.

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Windows 11 began to become obsolete: Microsoft warned about automatic updating of the PC to the latest version of the OS

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Microsoft has warned Windows 11 users that computers running the very first version of the Windows 11 21H2 operating system are already starting to automatically upgrade to the newer version of Windows 11 22H2.

Windows 11 began to become obsolete: Microsoft warned about automatic updating of the PC to the latest version of the OS

Recall that the release of Windows 11 took place in October 2021, just in version 21H2. Last autumn, in September 222, version 21H2 was released.

We note right away that support for Windows 11 21H2 will not end today or even tomorrow – Microsoft will continue to release updates for it until October 10, 2023. Now, however, the automatic transition of users’ PC systems to a fresher version of the OS has already begun. Consumer and business PCs running Windows 11 version 21H2 Home and Pro will be updated.

Microsoft explained:

Automatic upgrades to Windows 11 version 22H2 will occur gradually, starting with devices that have been using version 21H2 for the longest period of time. As always, you will have the option to choose a convenient time to restart your device and complete the update.

The developers also emphasized that customer reviews show a positive experience with Windows 11 version 22H2.

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