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Hi Mi Fans!
The MIUI 9 Global Stable has been revealed today; have made apps faster, optimized system animations and automated tasks created a new file system, and redefined how MIUI handles RAM. Lightning Fast is the best way to describe the MIUI 9, but we also improved smoothness, stability, and power efficiency. Now we gonna discuss about the launch speed comparison between MIUI 9 with Stock Android.Here we go!!
Launch Speed Comparison Between Redmi Note 4 & Mi A1
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Launch Speed Comparison Test Results
We got a positive results from both MIUI 9 & Stock Android. We looked at the launch speed for most popular apps in India. The results: Mi A1 with Android N - Stock Android was faster on 29 over MIUI 9 on the Redmi Note 4. but once you launch an app, the most important thing is a smooth UI. Like the Redmi Note 4 and Mi Max 2, the Mi A1 is a capable performer. It's snappy and efficient for most tasks, thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor. 4GB of RAM is good enough for multitasking, and allows you to run multiple apps without any trouble. Touch response was good, and it doesn’t face any kind of lag throughout the review period. It is great with playing heavy games such as Last Day on Earth: Survival and Asphalt 8: Airborne. Even light games like Subway Surfers and Candy Crash ran smoothly. Also we had conducted accumulated lag-time over the time period of 6 hours with Redmi Note 4 & Mi A1 as shown below.
Accumulated Lag-time Over 6 Hours Test
The above test show the several usage of apps over 6 hours continuously, there may have few lags. As per results, MIUI 9 on Redmi Note 4 lags for 89.9 sec and Android N with Stock Android on Mi A1 lags 86.5 sec respectively. So we assume that Mi A1 with Stock Android having lesser lag than MIUI 9. We know that 5.5-inch display great for watching videos. The Mi A1 managed to produce benchmark scores similar to what we have seen with the Mi Max 2 and Redmi Note 4. AnTuTu gave us 66,381 points while GFXBench returneda score of 27fps. The phone also managed 8,926 in 3D Mark Ice Storm Extreme and 28,955 in Quadrant.
Why Should I Choose Stock Android?
If you are a user who is very concerned about data security, phone's stability and doesn't bother too much about doing really complex tweaks to your phone, you should pick stock Android. Stock Android is tested by Google's Android team rigorously before release and comes with stable, smooth, well-tested and secure software with minimal chances of your phone becoming unstable. It gives you simple, easy and smoother user experience, but at the same time, the level of customization in terms of themes and skins is close to nil which is deliberately done to prevent any external piece of software breaching into the security and stability of the stock Android system. It is highly smooth, comes with almost all default Android's Google services, and is fairly easy to use with much less options to play with.
Why Should I Choose MIUI?
MIUI, on the other hand, is a very different eco-system, which comes with fairly userfriendly features. But contrary to stock Android, the development cycles of MIUI are much more frequent, probably fastest among the three UIs we are discussing. With such fast development cycles, these UIs are always prone to some bugs and vulnerabilities. Also with fast changing codes and features,things change at a great pace and you need to keep yourself abreast with these improvements to make the best use of it.