Xiaomi Redmi Note 5's Full-screen Operations Shown

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5

18:9 screens have become a mainstream. Now phone displays occupy more space on the front panel. This is great when it comes to the viewing experience, but it should be a real headache in terms of user experience. As you understand, a larger screen requires longer fingers. In this sense, the 5-inch phones that have been considered as gold-size devices in terms of single-hand operations, bring some difficulties to the final users. Xiaomi has a big community in every corner of the world. There are over 300 million Mi users around the globe. So when launching a full-screen handset, it should also provide corresponding optimizations in its MIUI system. Fortunately, it thinks so. Today the official MIUI team published a video showing a few single-hand operations implemented on MIUI9. Thus the upcoming Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 will support these features.

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The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 is set to launch in China on March 16. Previously, it was released in India as the Redmi Note 5 Pro. Now the improved version of the latter will hit the domestic market in a few days. As you know, the manufacturer has improved the camera – now it supports AI. Moreover, it’s the first Chinese phone to come with a Snapdragon 636 chip. The rest of features include a 4000mAh battery, face unlock support and many more.

However, we are more interested in its selling point. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 will sport a 5.99-inch full-screen with a resolution of 2160×1080 pixels. Thus, it’s a bit larger than the industry’s average size. That’s why Xiaomi has made some optimizations in the full-screen operations that include:

  • Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to go back to the desktop.
  • Slide from the bottom of the screen and pause to switch between the most recent tasks.
  • Swipe inward from the left (right) side of the screen to return to the previous level.

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 5

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