MIUI Evolution: smaller, faster, more refined

After nearly two months of silent work, the MIUI team has finally released its newly redesigned interface.  The design philosophy behind the UI was to make things smaller, faster and more refined.  While the new UI enhancements are visible in nearly every corner of the OS, the MIUI team spent most their time focusing on the new lock screen, Home screen, desktop widgets and the default MIUI theme.

The biggest noticeable change in the latest version of MIUI is the addition of a few dozen newly designed widgets.  The MIUI team has put together a collection of widgets for the clock, music…

After nearly two months of silent work, the MIUI team has finally released its newly redesigned interface.  The design philosophy behind the UI was to make things smaller, faster and more refined.  While the new UI enhancements are visible in nearly every corner of the OS, the MIUI team spent most their time focusing on the new lock screen, Home screen, desktop widgets and the default MIUI theme.

The biggest noticeable change in the latest version of MIUI is the addition of a few dozen newly designed widgets.  The MIUI team has put together a collection of widgets for the clock, music player, tools and even photo frames.  It’s probably the largest collection of widgets we’ve seen outside an HTC Sense ROM in quite some time. For a closer look at the MIUI UI evolution, take a peek at the image gallery.

How many of you have used MIUI in the past?  Are the new UI enhancements enough for you to give MIUI another try?


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