Hello Awesome People Today we are going to Present Rog UI Rom Port by 90 Gang for Mi 11x Poco F3 Redmi K40
The Mi 11X Aka Poco F3 Aka Redmi k40 from Xiaomi is the most affordable of three new models in the Mi 11 family. It’s priced a bit lower than the Mi 10T but offers plenty of updated features, most notably its Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC which is only one step below the current flagship level. Priced starting at Rs. 29,999, this phone could offer a lot of bang for the buck – as long as you aren’t looking for every possible premium feature. While some phones these days go heavy on camera or battery performance at the cost of everything else, and others try to be well-balanced all-rounders, the Mi 11X is all about its processor.Rog UI Rom Port Mi 11x Poco F3 Redmi K40
ROG UI Rom Port Mi 11x Poco F3 Redmi K40
The Republic of Gamers brand has always logically had a certain “gamery” aesthetic attached to it. Buyers seem to appreciate and even expect a certain amount of aggressive lines, every conceivable shade of red, lots of mechanical, geometric and alien visuals. Even though there is a clear trend of toning-down the really “out-there” aspects of the ROG Phone line, especially with the new ROG Phone 5, it still delivers plenty of gamer “chic” out of the box. Massive-looking motion animations, glowing effects, flames, reactors. You get the gist.
Not that much has changed visually since the ROG Phone 3 and, in fact, the ROG Phone II, as well. There are still plenty of upgrades under the hood, though, with the ROG Phone 5 rocking Google’s current Android 11 out of the box. So, it’s not a case of Asus just being lazy and rehashing old software. On the contrary, it’s another example of clear priorities and deliberate actions.
The ROG Phone 5 is chock-full of all sorts of advanced options, toggles and menus all over the place. One swipe down for the quick toggles with the default ROG theme, and you might just feel like you are operating a nuclear reactor. The number of options you are expected to want to “quick access” is a bit staggering.
The first thing you absolutely need to try out is pressing the X Mode toggle. That kick-starts an impressive sequence that would fit right in a Transformers movie. An animation on the default wallpapers gets initiated, symbols start shifting, glowing borders start shining around icons. If set up accordingly, the RGB logo on the backfires up, as well as any compatible Aura Sync logo on attached ROG accessories.