Xiaomi founder answers questions about Xiaomi 12, electric car, Surge chip and more


Xiaomi founder answers questions about Xiaomi 12, electric car, Surge chip and more

Xiaomi founder answers questions about Xiaomi 12, electric car, Surge chip and more

Xiaomi founder and CEO Lei Jun answered a number of frequently asked questions on social media. He provided important details about the company’s latest flagship launch event, the Xiaomi 12 series phones, and also answered fans’ questions about Xiaomi’s future plans.

According to Gizmochina, the CEO of Xiaomi shared a question and answer on the Weibo social network, in which some The users’ questions have been answered; Li Jun explained that the flagships of the Xiaomi 12 series will be introduced in two models. The first model will be a relatively smaller phone for users who tend to use the device with one hand; A larger model will also be launched so that people looking for a better multimedia experience can take advantage of its advantages, including a large screen. In an example, he shows that the smaller model of Xiaomi 12 will compete with Apple’s iPhone 13; While the aim of producing Xiaomi 12 Pro phone is to compete with iPhone 13 will be pro-max.

Xiaomi has so far developed three dedicated chips namely Surge C1, Surge S1 and Surge P1. Li Jun says that Xiaomi will continue to produce its own chips in the future. Regarding whether Xiaomi will introduce a new model of the Surge chip in 2022, he answered that the company will do its best in research and development to launch better products as soon as possible.

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Li Jun also announced about the improved version of MIUI that the development team of this user interface has received a lot of feedback from users and the public to fix its internal problems and provide the best software experience for Xiaomi customers all over the world. He expressed his hope that everyone can provide feedback to the MIUI team so that the Xiaomi UI can be developed better than before. It is said that Xiaomi phones 12 and Xiaomi 12 Pro will be launched with MIUI 13 by default.

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