Xiaomi announced the new MIUI 11 with a more polished design and some key feature expansions alongside the Mi 9 Pro and Mi Mix Alpha. Instead, the Black Shark smartphones running MIUI 10 will get an upgrade to JoyUI 11— a refined gaming-focused interface that uses only the original MIUI’s core structure.
The new interface aims to provide Black Shark phones with a better gaming experience, and Xiaomi has promised more new features and lots of themes for further smartphone customization. Toggles for various game modes and an easier way to launch the Xiao AI voice assistant that comes with all devices sold in China are expected to be available.
There are actually four models that are certified for the new user interface-the original Xiaomi Black Shark, the Black Shark Helo, the Black Shark 2 and the newest Snapdragon 855 + Black Shark 2 Pro.