Have access to technical specifications of your Xiaomi, Redmi or POCO It can be quite useful if you want to solve a problem with the terminal, learn more about its hardware characteristics or even for sale.
Although this information is usually detailed on the terminal box itself, Xiaomi gives us the possibility to view it through the MIUI settings. A faster and more precise way to get to know each of the components of our smartphone in depth.
How to know the hardware specifications of your Xiaomi
The first path is the simplest in the list. All you have to do is enter Settings > About phone > All specifications to visualize some of the components that your Xiaomi integrates inside.
From this menu you can check the amount of internal storage and RAM. Also, you can check the processor type, their cores and frequencies. Another piece of information of interest that this menu throws up is the device model name, a piece of information that is necessary for certain tasks, problem solving or searches.
Know the technical specifications of your Xiaomi
From the MIUI settings you can also access a menu with more technical information about your device. In this section you can find the IMEI number, the Wi-Fi MAC address of the terminal, addresses of Bluetooth connectivity, the battery status along with its current charge and a timer that shows the device’s uptime.
To access this technical menu, simply go to Settings > About phone > All specifications > Status.
Enter the CIT menu to perform hardware tests
The CIT menu may be unfamiliar to many users, but it is a great advantage for check hardware status. This hidden menu has 37 different tests to check the status of multiple components such as the screen, the Touch panel, the horns, much more.
To access the CIT menu, all you have to do is go to Settings > About phone > All specifications and then press at least 5 times on kernel version or kernel to display the multiple tests of the CIT menu.
This section is essential for certify that your Xiaomi terminal does not have defects at the hardware level. So if you suspect the device isn’t working properly, it might be time to run a few CIT tests.