ByTown Kassis 2019-12-24 1363
As the XDA-Developers team has discovered, the Xiaomi is currently finalizing a new setting that will allow us to calibrate various advanced parameters of color and saturation among others, of the screen of our smartphone.
Specifically, this new option located within the MIUI Settings application has been discovered in the latest private beta released by Xiaomi. From here we can control and calibrate various aspects of the screen, allowing us to choose from four color profiles: Enhanced, Original, P3 and sRGB.
Also, this new option will allow us to adjust the red, green and blue levels within the RGB color space. In addition, you can calibrate the hue adjustment, saturation, contrast or even adjust a specific value within the HSV color space.
As we adjust the multitude of parameters that this new option allows us to calibrate, they will be displayed as a preview in a small image located at the top of the window. In this way we can save or discard the changes as we "play" with the various settings.
It should be noted that this new functionality is only available in the private beta version of the MIUI 11.
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