Surely, the developers and enthusiasts, and also ordinary users are familiar with the famous Xiaomi rabbit who used to meet them on smartphone screen when switching to service mode. He became a real Xiaomi mascot, but now the company seems intent on get rid of him.
What does it mean?
Recall that this character in China is called Mitu, and on international market he known as Mi Bunny. It's a cartoon bunny in funny hat with earflapswho is persistently trying to repair the Android robot.
But v latest version of the weekly beta versions MIU, and exactly at MIUI Beta 11/21/16, on the MIUI Fastboot bunny screen is gone. It was replaced by simple inscription "FASTBOOT" yellow letters on black background.
Of course not all changes in test firmwares remain in stable version, but possibly in MIUI 13 Mi Bunny all the same not will. By the way, for In the past few years, Xiaomi has removed the rabbit from pretty much everywhere. Before until now it can only be seen on error pages on Mi.com and on MIUI Fastboot fastboot screen.
A source: Gizmochina