Xiaomi MIUI Battery Health Indicator is Here: 11 Models First to Adapt


Apple introduced the battery health display function on the iPhone, allowing users to check the health of their mobile phone batteries at any time, and to understand the performance of the mobile phone through this function. Now, the first Android system that supports battery health display has appeared. Xiaomi launches Android’s first battery health display function. On June 18, Xiaomi officially announced the launch of the battery health system through the MIUI public account. Users can check the Battery Health Indicator of their mobile phones at any time through the “System Settings-Power Saving and Battery-Battery Page” path.

According to Xiaomi, there are many factors that affect battery aging, such as use time, cycle times, storage temperature, storage capacity, and other major factors. The MIUI battery health display can estimate the battery health status based on complex battery aging factors and will convert the battery health into a corresponding scale based on the aging impedance, temperature, and capacity corresponding characteristics so that you can get the current battery health at a glance.

At the same time, when the battery health is low, the system will automatically give a prompt “The current battery health is low. For a better battery life experience, it is recommended to go to an authorized service center for testing”. At this time, the user can go to a nearby authorized service center Detection in order to get a better battery life experience.

Previously, Xiaomi’s Redmi product director Wang Teng announced this feature at the Redmi Note 10 series conference, and the Redmi Note 10 Pro model has been equipped with battery health for the first time. This is also the first Android history to display battery health. Phone.

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Xiaomi officially stated that the MIUI Battery Health Indicator of many models is currently being tested and will be added to the stable version of the system after the test is completed. The specific models are as follows: Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11 Pro, Mi 11, Mi 11 Youth Edition, Mi 10 Extreme Commemorative Edition, Mi 10 Pro, Mi 10, Redmi K40 Pro+, Redmi K40 Pro, Redmi K40, Redmi K40 Game Enhanced Edition.

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