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Xiaomi recently did a poll between MIUI and Android One and unexpected, Android One managed to beat Xiaomi's MIUI at the poll. Well, we thought why not put these two platforms to test and see which one is actually better. Yes, we pit MIUI vs Android One.
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We are demonstrating this video using MI A1 (Android 8.0 Oreo), Redmi Y1 (MIUI 9.2) and Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 (MIUI 9.2).
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I prefer android one because I have redmi note 5 pro and my friend has mi a1,so I know what's the difference.
Miui is a shit ui that makes my phone slower after the update 😨
Yes! After the update. I know it's weird that's why I'll never buy a miui phone after it.
STOCK Android runs better on -ANY- phone, budget or not. If you like the all the Samsung/MIUI/LG extra gimmicks, then you get the top end devices to support that extra lag, but top end anything no matter what, plain old Android will kill them all.
(Me, I am LG UX lover just FYI)
People like to hate on MIUI. But honestly, if you know how to use the right settings, you won't ever see any problems with notifications or RAM management. Stock android may be better at those things out of the box, but when you customise MIUI in the right way, you'll never want to go back to stock android.
Completely agree with Beebom on this. Miui is the most pathetic UI I have ever used. It basically halves your available RAM. Xiaomi Phone with 4 GB RAM is basically a phone with 2 GB RAM. I hope Xiaomi learns the lesson and swtiches to Android One or it's own version of stock Android soon.
But do I have to buy the A1 just to enjoy the advantages of stock android? Cant I buy any Xaiomi device like the Redmi Note 4 or 5 Plus and just install a custom stock rom (8.1) and enjoy it? I had some issues with the A1 thats why Im asking..
MIUI is the best ROM i've used ever.. Lots of Practical Features... Better than Stock Android... And after getting MIUI 9 its better than ever.. I've also tried Stock Android ROM on my phone, but I find less performance in it, so I switched back to MIUI 9 again.. I am in MIUI 9 Beta currently and it gives Latest Android Security Patches also.. I don't know why People are not Liking the MIUI..
Well frankly i fucking hate that google stat bar u can't get rid of.. I've used a few moto phones.. no customisations not even a fuckin dark mode if i want to save battery on my phone.. the thing is.. if you cannot customise it right.. what difference will the version make.. it's idiotic
I would personally like stock but I don't want to mess up my primary note 4 by rooting and unlocking as it almost killed my last device. Are there any performance lagging after unlocking and/or rooting to redmi note 4. Someone tell me
Miui is the worst. I wish I had not bought a MI phone. Miui sends a lot of data to mi cloud, I had not noticed it when I first bought my phone. During the setup process I choosed to keep the sync off, but two months later I saw all my messages, notes and contacts backed up in mi cloud. The best way to avoid this is to really turn off each section in the settings and check the settings and mi cloud drive from time to time. Oddly enough even after turning it off sometimes the sync auto starts. I guess I have bought a phone with an added spyware.
I seriously hope Xiomi watches this video. I've used Miui and it's rubbish tbh. Can't stand it. Even after all these years, it feels so unpolished.
Yes it has a few useful features like app locker, rolling screenshot and dual apps that stock android natively lacks.
But Xiomi doesn't need to go over board and entirely change the look, feel and functionality of Stock android.
Miui is the main things that are holding back Xiomi phones that are the best value for money in budget segments.
Take some lessons from One Plus. They have plenty of useful features in Oxygen OS while keeping it as close to stock android as possible.
The fact that Xiomi is pushing out Nougat updates and releasing new phones with Nougat nearly 7 months after Oreo has been officially out is a joke in itself.
Keep miui for Chinese users, release more phones with Stock Android in India. Best strategy.