One of the biggest highlights of the recently launched MIUI 12.5 is Super Wallpapers, animated images with special effects like snow on a mountain, planet Earth and more. Unfortunately, the feature is only available for the select list of devices compatible with the latest Xiaomi interface. This is not to say, however, that the company has not released interesting options for other users in the wallpaper gallery of the MIUI theme app.
The Chinese giant recently made two collections of images available for most of its devices. The first was launched at the end of February and pays homage to great Dutch artists, being so far exclusive to the theme application, while the second rescues Hoho and Kino, mascots of the Redmi K family, in a theme of secret agents, and can be downloaded and used on any smartphone.
The selection brings together works by names like Van Gogh, Vermeer and Rembrandt, currently on display at the Rikjsmuseum museum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Highlights go to Verspronck’s “Girl in a Blue Dress” and Van Gogh’s iconic self-portrait, which marked one of the most complicated periods of his career.
To access the images, just click neste link, or open the Themes app and search for “Rijksmuseum”. All available works will be listed, just touch the chosen one and set it as the wallpaper of the home screen, lock screen or both.
As part of the launch of the K30 line, Redmi debuted its two mascots, the characters Kino and Hoho. Now, in celebration of the Redmi K40 line, the manufacturer offers a collection of wallpapers that puts pets as two secret agents. Five of the images have a 3D look, while another eight follow the aesthetics of 2D.
Unlike the selection of images by Dutch artists, the collection of agent mascots can be used on any cell phone, even from other brands. You can download the series of wallpapers in high resolution through this link.