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Xiaomi allows you to calibrate the screen in an advanced way in MIUI 11

Xiaomi will calibrate you screen in an advanced way MIUI 11

In September of this year, Xiaomi began launching the expected update of MIUI 11, version with which a lot of new features were introduced in terms of functions and aspect in general.

Now, thanks to a leak made by a holder of a Xiaomi terminal with MIUI 11, it has been seen how The Chinese company plans to add an advanced screen calibration system.

More options to calibrate the screen of your Xiaomi with MIUI 11

Advanced settings screen calibration Xiaomi MIUI 11 "width =" 1200 "height =" 830

These new screen calibration options, according to what we have seen, they will allow the following adjustments to be made:

  • possibility of change the color gamut: Enhanced / Original / P3 and sRGB.
  • Adjust RGB colors: you can adjust each color to your liking.
  • Modify HSV colors: HSV colors can be adjusted individually.
  • It can adjust color saturation.
  • possibility of adjust the contrast.
  • An option is added that allows adjust the color gamma.

While these advanced screen calibration options Only available in the latest version of MIUI 11, can be accessed when dark mode is activated. We still don't know if this new function reaches all Xiaomi that have MIUI 11, or if it's just a test that the company is doing in its interface.

How to access advanced screen calibration settings on a Xiaomi phone

If you have the latest version of MIUI 11, you must enter the screen calibration settings, with the dark mode activated, so that you can then verify if you have the advanced calibration settings.

If you can access these options, we recommend interacting with them so you can know what is the configuration that best suits your needs. You can even save more battery by modifying these settings (decreasing the color gamma in general).

Source | XDAdevelopers

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