Xiaomi Mint Browser launched: Here are all the features
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has launched a new internet browser called Mint Browser. It is currently available only for Android users in the form on app on Google Play Store.
Xiaomi claims that its Mint Browser is one of the “best web browsers for Android phones.” Weighing less than 10MB in size, the Mint Browser app — just like other internet browsers — comes with multi-window support and an incognito mode as well.
The app comes with an inbuilt Dark Mode, said to be comfortable for using it in low-light conditions. It also comes with Google Voice Search support meaning that it allows users to search using voice commands. There is also an option to reduce the data usage, while using Xiaomi’s Mint Browser.
Users get an option to change the layout of the multi-window management. There are two options which the users can choose from — vertical and horizontal view. Basically, this means users can either view multiple tabs on the Mint Browser in vertical view or horizontal view.
Reportedly, Xiaomi is keeping its new-born app add-free for now. That could be because of the flak that the company faced recently, for pushing unwanted advertisements to its users on it custom UI — MIUI. The app’s lates version on the Play Store is v1.3.0 and requires Android 4.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and above.
In related news, Xiaomi has also launched a new smartphone in its home country called Mi Play. The device, is the first from Xiaomi to sport a water-drop notch. In terms of specs, it comes with a 5.84-inch FHD+ (2280×1080) display, runs on MediaTek Helio P35 processor, paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. Backed by a 3000mAh battery, the smartphone offers 12MP primary camera and a 2MP secondary shooter at the back and an 8MP front camera. There is only one storage that costs at 1099 Yuan (Rs 11,000).