MIUI 361th Update: Xiaomi Mi Mix, Mix 2, Redmi 5 / 5 Plus Completely Open “Full Screen Gestures”


This Friday, MIUI will usher in the 361st week of updates, bringing the “full-screen gestures” function finally joined! Virtual navigation keys can really be abolished. It is noteworthy that the currently this “full-screen gestures” features valid for only Mi Mix / Mi Mix 2 / Redmi 5 / Redmi 5 Plus users, and the system can only be developed version of the user can experience.

Upgrade to the latest version of MIUI 9 After 7.12.25, the user can “Settings – full screen”, switch to “full-screen gesture” navigation. From a presentation perspective, Full-Screen Gestures replaces the original Home key, multitasking keys, and returns by sliding up and down from the bottom of the screen and pause from the bottom of the screen, swiping left and right edges into the screen for three gestures key.

According to the official declaration of Xiaomi, ” full-screen gesture” function has 3 specific operations (the first two are consistent with the iPhone X experience).

  1. Home (back to desktop): Scratch from the bottom edge of the screen
  2. Recent: Scroll from the bottom edge of the screen and then pause for a while
  3. Back: Return to the screen from the left or right edge of the screen

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According to our hands experience, joined the “full-screen gestures” Mi Mix 2 experience than before the virtual navigation key experience a lot better. Mainly in operation, as well as efficiency, before the virtual navigation bar or click on the call out, and now no need to direct gestures like.

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  1. With its latest MIUI Global Beta ROM (8.3.1), or latest China Developer ROM, or MIUI 9.5 and above Xiaomi has now added a new feature called “Full-Screen Gestures”

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