Xiaomi will be announcing a ton of stuff on September 24 along with the updated version of its MIUI based on Android 10. MIUI 11 brings a host of new features like new iconography, an always-on display mode, dark mode scheduler, redesigned file manager and a quick reply feature. Even though it isn’t officially out yet, we already have a bunch of MIUI 11 stock wallpapers. You can download the MIUI 11 wallpapers from below.
MIUI 11 Stock Wallpapers
The MIUI 11 stock wallpapers pack contains 20 high-quality wallpapers from the yet unreleased MIUI 11. These wallpapers range from abstract patterns and waves to fluid color designs. They also include a few landscape shots as well as some google earth style wallpapers. Some of these have a frosted glass finish too. Unlike many other OEMs that ship some pretty generic looking wallpapers, Xiaomi seems to have chosen a very unique set of wallpapers some of which you have probably never seen before.
All the MIUI 11 stock wallpapers have a resolution of 1080 pixels x 2340 pixels which is not quite quad HD. However, it is a full HD+ resolution that should be good enough for most phones. Because most Android phones have a full HD or full HD+ display or lower. For the Android flagships that do have quad HD displays, the wallpapers should still look great unless you’re somewhat of a pixel peeper.
You can see all the 20 wallpapers below. Keep in mind that these are compressed JPEGs only meant for demonstration. If you like what you see, you can find the link to download the original wallpapers further below.
Download MIUI 11 Stock Wallpapers
We have packed all of the 20 MIUI 11 stock wallpapers in a single, easy to download, zip file. You can download it from the link below.
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At the September 24 event in Beijing, China, Xiaomi is expected to announce two new smartphones, the Mi 9 Pro 5G, and Mi Mix 5G, and a new Mi TV model. Alongside these hardware announcements, the company will also be unveiling an updated version of its MIUI skin called MIUI 11. We’ve discussed before some of the features and design changes we can expect from MIUI 11, thanks to a leaked firmware update. If you’re interested, you can read that and download some MIUI 11 Concept Wallpapers.
In brief, MIUI 11 will be bringing new iconography and a redesigned Settings app. The new icons seem to have ditched the uniformity of MIUI’s square icons in favor of irregular shapes. This is just when Android itself is moving in the opposite direction. Along with that, there is a new redesigned file manager, a dark mode, quick replies from notifications, etc. The file manager brings the new cross-device file sharing implementation that Xiaomi, OPPO, and Vivo are collaborating on. There’s also an always-on display feature with several different text styles.