Xiaomi, the Chinese multinational electronics company, has announced the development of a new operating system called HyperOS. According to the company’s CEO, Lei Jun, the new system is the result of years of collaborative work and will be officially debuting on the Xiaomi 14 series.
While this news is exciting, many Xiaomi users are left wondering what will happen to the current operating system, MIUI. In this article, we will explore the details of HyperOS and its potential impact on Xiaomi’s future, as well as what users can expect from the new system.
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Will HyperOS replace MIUI?
According to Jun’s confirmation on Weibo, HyperOS will gradually succeed MIUI. The Xiaomi 14 series is already under production and has HyperOS as its software. It is possible that HyperOS will become the default operating system for all Xiaomi phones and tablets. However, it remains to be seen if HyperOS updates will match changes to the Android version.
Xiaomi could follow Vivo’s playbook and launch phones with two different operating systems for different markets. Vivo keeps its Origin OS exclusive to Mainland China and ships Funtouch OS in global markets including India. It is also possible that HyperOS is just a new exclusive branding for Xiaomi’s software in its home market.
It is unclear if HyperOS will replace MIUI entirely. MIUI 15 is confirmed to come in the Redmi K60 Ultra. It remains to be seen if Xiaomi will change the OS for that device too. More details about HyperOS will be revealed soon.
Xiaomi HyperOS Release Details
Lei Jun, the CEO of Xiaomi, hinted at the possibility of a global release of HyperOS when he asked about it. The official unveiling of Xiaomi HyperOS is expected to take place in November with the launch of the Xiaomi 14 series. Stay tuned for further updates.