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In 2019 we will see a birth Android 10 Q, and one of the novelties it will bring, at least if it is not canceled in the development process, is the dark mode for the entire interface, and not just the small notes as we have seen before.
Google transfers all of its applications to these colors to be compatible with the night mode of the new version. But also manufacturers have to adapt the interface, and today is Xiaomi that shows how MIUI 10 is in night mode.
Dark mode arrives at MIUI
In the latest beta version of MIUI 10 for China (version 9.1.28), Xiaomi allowed users to activate the dark mode in their terminals. This modality has not yet been found in the stable version or in the global beta, but it's a matter of time.
It seems that Xiaomi does not want to wait for Android Q to force interfaces to adapt to these colors and decided to modify its interface already.
In the images we can see how black dominates the entire screen, with dark gray and blue accent typical of MIUI 10.
The keyboard remains bright, but that's something we can change using some of the themes that are on keyboards like Gboard.
Although this interface is expected to be activated on all MIUI 10 phones, when this version becomes stable, it will have a greater sense in devices that have LEDs, because black colors make less battery life.
Now we just have to wait for this update to reach stable versions in China, and then the global ones that we use for users in Spain and other international markets.