Xiaomi tests the battery health indicator on mobile phones with MIUI 12.5

Xiaomi tests the battery health indicator on mobile phones with MIUI 12.5

Although there is already talk of MIUI 13Xiaomi Continua Working to introduce version 12.5 for various smartphones. In addition, it is strange that the brand is also testing new features in the existing build of the interface.

An example of this was revealed this week. According to Chinese users, Xiaomi is testing a file New battery health indicator on MIUI 12.5. The feature was released in Redmi Note 10 and it may come soon for several models.

The battery health indicator should act as a warning signal for the health of the components. The idea is for MIUI to analyze several factors – temperature, usage cycles, storage capacity, and more – to determine when the user needs to replace the battery.

The new function should be available under the power configuration menu.

When the battery runs out or is close to reaching its maximum cycle level, Xiaomi should prompt the user to ب Technical assistance document for the component to be replaced. So far, the company has tested the feature on the following smartphones:

Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11 Pro, Mi 11, Mi 11 Lite, Mi 10 Extreme Commemorative Edition, Mi 10 Pro, Mi 10, Redmi K40 Pro Plus, Redmi K40 Pro, Redmi K40 e Redmi K40 Game Enhanced Edition.

At the moment, Xiaomi has not yet commented on the release of the novelty. In addition, all tests are taking place on the Chinese version of MIUI, which also indicates that it may take longer for the feature to reach global ROM models.

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What do you think of the feature? Should it become a standard on Android? Let us know what you think here in the comments.

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