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Download 34 of the MIUI 13 wallpapers here

Get a taste of the new Xiaomi 12 series on your current phone today!
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February 7, 2024
Xiaomi 12 Pro display on blue carpet
Eric Zeman / Android Authority

Xiaomi unveiled MIUI 13 along with the Xiaomi 12 series. One of the first things we noticed about the software was its set of gorgeous wallpapers. We have the MIUI 13 wallpapers here for you to download (via XDA-Developers).

There are a ton of wallpapers on offer. If you like one of them, you can now grab it and set it on any phone you want. You can see 34 of the MIUI 13 wallpapers below.

Xiaomi MIUI 13 wallpapers

First things first. You should know that simply saving the images you see below isn’t the best route. These photos have been compressed and optimized for the website, in order to achieve faster loading times and better performance. Scroll a little lower, and you’ll find a button linking you to a download page where you can get a zip file containing all these wallpapers in full resolution.

How to download and set your Android wallpapers

Once you have the file, you can transfer it to your phone, or download the wallpapers using the device to have them handy. If these images are on the phone, you can set the wallpapers as you would any other image.

How to set a wallpaper on Android:

  1. Launch the Settings app.
  2. Select Wallpaper & style.
  3. Below the preview and theme colors, you will see a section with wallpaper previews. Tap on More wallpapers.
  4. Go into My photos.
  5. Find the wallpaper you’ve downloaded and pick it.
  6. You can now modify and move the wallpaper to your preferred position. You can also choose to have a different home screen and lock screen wallpapers.
  7. Make your choices and hit the Set Wallpaper button.
  8. Pick between Home screen, Lock screen, or Home and lock screens.

How to set a wallpaper on iPhone:

  1. Launch the Settings app.
  2. Go into Wallpaper.
  3. Select Add New Wallpaper.
  4. Go into Photos and select the wallpaper.
  5. Edit your preferences and tap on Add.
  6. Hit Set as Wallpaper Pair.

Note: We developed these steps using a Google Pixel 7 running Android 14 and an Apple iPhone 12 Mini running iOS 17.3. Remember that each phone operates differently, so the steps might differ on your device.


If you’re trying to find more wallpaper options, we have a dedicated post with a long list of the best ones from all manufacturers. We also have a weekly series for walls called Wallpaper Wednesdays. You can see them here.