MIUI 12.5 improves audio quality with Dolby Atmos EQ

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The work of optimization and enrichment of MIUI 12.5 by the Xiaomi developers continues unabated. Its release to the general public is not yet around the corner but we are approaching the first releases, first in China and then also in the Global version . Given aside, one of the aspects on which the Xiaomi team is working is the audio sector, creating a sector that can satisfy even the most demanding ears.

Xiaomi’s MIUI 12.5 equalizer improves, thanks to Dolby Atmos

With the first announcement of MIUI 12.5, Xiaomi has announced the reworking of the notification sector, inserting an entire suite of natural sounds to choose from. A novelty that thus broadens the spectrum of customization, not only applied to the purely visual sector but also to the sound one. But if you want something more substantial, Dolby Atmos support has been introduced with one of the latest releases of MIUI 12.5 Beta . For the uninitiated, it is the surround sound standard developed by Dolby studios. Unlike the previous 5.1 and 7.1 standards, the Atmos standard does not focus on channels but on the three-dimensionality of the sound and the space in which it is reproduced.

This implementation enriches the graphic equalizer system to fully customize the audio spectrum projected by the smartphone. Although limited in size, equalization allows you to adjust high, medium and low frequencies to your taste. Within the MIUI 12.5 menus it will also be possible to choose pre-set scenes based on the genre and favorite musical instruments. Each scene will have a predetermined equalization, but it will also be possible to make your own manual adjustments.

As the MIUIes team indicates, this addition appeared in the 21.3.12 version of the MIUI 12.5 Beta. However, for the moment the news only concerns Redmi K40 Pro and K40 Pro + , equipped with stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support. But let’s assume that it will then be introduced on all compatible models, present and future.