Last week, Xiaomi announced the new HyperOS to replace MIUI and it has now made it official in China, alongside the launch of the Xiaomi 14 series. This will be a unified OS for smartphones, IoT devices, and even cars. With this, Xiaomi wants to improve the performance and efficiency of the compatible devices. Have a look at the details below.

Xiaomi HyperOS

Xiaomi HyperOS is designed to replace the company’s current MIUI operating system, and is said to be lighter, faster, and more secure. It is also designed to be more compatible with Xiaomi’s growing ecosystem of smart home products and other devices.

HyperOS: Features

One of the key features of HyperOS is its low-level refactoring. This means that Xiaomi has rewritten the underlying code of the operating system from scratch, which results in a number of benefits, including:

  • Improved performance and battery life
  • Reduced storage footprint
  • Enhanced security
  • Better compatibility with Xiaomi’s ecosystem

HyperOS also features a number of new user interface changes, such as a new lockscreen with more customization options, a redesigned notification center, and a new app drawer.

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In addition, HyperOS includes a number of new features and enhancements that are designed to make it more user-friendly and efficient, such as:

  • Intelligent connectivity: HyperOS can automatically detect and connect to nearby devices, making it easy to set up and use Xiaomi’s smart home products.
  • Proactive intelligence: HyperOS can learn your usage patterns and habits over time, and then use this information to optimize the performance of your devices and provide you with more relevant recommendations.
  • End-to-end security: HyperOS includes a number of security features that are designed to protect your devices and data from cyber threats.

HyperOS is currently pre-installed on the Xiaomi 14 series of smartphones, and is expected to be rolled out to other Xiaomi devices in the near future.

Overall, Xiaomi HyperOS is a significant upgrade over MIUI. It is lighter, faster, more secure, and more compatible with Xiaomi’s ecosystem of devices. It also features a number of new user interface changes and features that make it more user-friendly and efficient.

XIAOMI HYPEROS

Eligible Devices and Rollout Timeline

Xiaomi’s HyperOS is available with the Xiaomi 14 and the Xiaomi 14 Pro out of the box in China and will roll out to other devices in December 2023 in China. The global rollout will begin in Q1, 2024. Here’s a look at the eligible devices.

  • Xiaomi 14 and Xiaomi 14 Pro
  • Xiaomi 13, Xiaomi 13 Pro, and Xiaomi 13 Ultra
  • Redmi K60, Redmi K60 Pro, and Redmi K60 Extreme Edition
  • Xiaomi Mix 3
  • Xiaomi Mix 2
  • Xiaomi Pad 6, Xiaomi Pad 6 Pro, and Xiaomi Pad 6 Max
  • Xiaomi TV S Pro (85-inch, 75-inch, and 65-inch)
  • Xiaomi Watch S3
  • Xiaomi Sound Speaker
  • Xiaomi Smart Camera 3 Pro PTZ

There’s no proper clarity on the global device list yet but this should be revealed soon. So, what are your thoughts on the new HyperOS? Let us know in the comments below.

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