MIUI 14 for POCO devices announced: eligible smartphones, rollout schedule, and more

  • MIUI 14 timeline for POCO devices has been released by the company
  • A total of nine devices from POCO will get the software update
  • By September 2023, all of these are expected to get the latest MIUI build

POCO India has announced the rollout schedule of MIUI 14 for its devices. The company will start rolling out the custom Android skin to eligible devices as early as next month. The eligible MIUI 14 POCO devices list includes the POCO F4 5G, POCO F3 GT, POCO X3 ProPOCO M5, POCO M4 5G, POCO C55, POCO M4 Pro, POCO X4 Pro 5G, and POCO M4 Pro 5G. Check out the details.

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MIUI 14 for POCO

Xiaomi sub-brand POCO revealed the MIUI 14 release timeline for its smartphones via its tweet on the micro-blogging platform. Per the tweet, a total of nine devices from POCO will get the software update. Here’s a quick look at timeline:

Q2 2023

These devices could get the MIUI 14 update anytime between April to June this year.

Q3 2023

  • POCO M4 Pro
  • POCO X4 Pro 5G
  • POCO M4 Pro 5G
This loosely means the update will happen for these three phones during July and September 2023.

MIUI 14 features

While MIUI 14 was launched in China in December 2022, the software build was officially launched for international markets at MWC 2023. Much like previous builds, MIUI 14 also comes with a plethora of new and advanced features that make your experience better.

These include a wide range of customisation options for the home screen, such as bigger folders, new wallpapers, tabular icons, refreshed widgets, and more. Then, the UI has been upgraded to get a more card-like appearance that makes it look more organised and sharp. Other features include more subtle ones like optimisations to storage and RAM, which will help in day-to-day usage as well as intensive activities like gaming. The software also comes with the ability to auto-compress unused apps to free up memory.

MIUI 14 also enhances on-device security by processing all data requests on the device itself. There will be no involvement of the server or external devices.