Xiaomi users in China who are in the MIUI beta version will receive a new MIUI 10 v8.11.8 beta update for their respective devices. Gizmochina says that this new update provides support for installing Google Camera on phones with this update, but the new feature is currently limited to the Chinese MIUI ROM. To install the Google Camera app or any third-party application, the ROM compilation must support HAL3 or Camera2API, and a new version of MIUI 10 beta is available. Until now, you had to root your device to dump the application, and even then there was no guarantee that all its functions would work.
The Google Camera app has some great features, and Pixel phones also use the same. Using the application allows you to capture bokeh images on phones that still use one camera configuration, as well as other features such as Photobooth, Night Sight, HDR +, Live Lens, Super Zoom and others. All these functions are available on Pixel phones and are unofficially transferred to many other phones. It is not known when the updated ROM will be made available in a stable global version for Xiaomi phones. Xiaomi recently also introduced the MIUI 10 Global Stable ROM for Poco F1 and introduces bug fixes ranging from the erroneous "Ok Google" to the distorted output audio of headphones during PUBG playback over the phone.
In addition to MIUI phones, Xiaomi also has Mi A2, which runs on Android. Android Pie on the smartphone has recently been revealed and suggests features such as Adaptive Battery, refurbished filled navigation buttons and navigation gestures for the device. This information appears only a few weeks after noticing Xiaomi Mi A1 with Android 9 Pie on Geekbench. Taking into account reports and leaks, the Xiaomi Mi A2 can become the third company telephone after Mi Mix 2S and Mi A1 to receive the latest Android update. You can read more about it here.
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