Xiaomi’s Game Turbo stands out when launched against the competition because it’s not just fancy, fancy software. Instead, it comes with some genuinely useful features.
For starters, you get fairly granular GPU settings that include things you only find in PC games, like options to adjust anti-aliasing, frame rate, and anisotropic filtering.
You also get touch settings with some really fancy stuff, like tweaks for swipe response, aiming accuracy, and touch stability.
Other miscellaneous features include a 5G network optimizer, GPU driver updater, and even an in-game overlay containing DND settings, app shortcuts, screen recorder, and game changer. voice.
Keep in mind that the number of features varies from device to device, so it is not guaranteed that you will have them all.
Still, it’s pretty clear now that the utility is heavily underrated. Such is its feature richness that even after all of the above, we still managed to omit a few.
However, while the app has seen many feature additions over the past two years, its user interface has remained largely unchanged since it was first introduced with MIUI 12.
But with MIUI 13 fast approaching, a revamp of the GPU Turbo app is inevitable.
And now Xiaomi has confirmed that they are indeed working on a major UI overhaul for the Game Turbo app with a survey asking users to choose their favorite design from a set of designs. These have been given below.
The poll may have been locked by now, but at least we managed to get a look at the likely MIUI 13-based Game Turbo upgrade.
It’s currently unclear if the designs are real screenshots or just renders, because if they’re real screenshots, it’s possible that Xiaomi actually allows Game Turbo to be themed. , allowing users to select a design from a list of presets.
It’s also unclear if the redesign is actually part of MIUI 13 or if it will be released as a regular app update.
However, judging by the MIUI 13 file manager beta, Game Turbo might just be another one of those apps getting a fresh splash of color with Xiaomi’s next big Android update.
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