xiaomi has officially announced the successor to its current UI, MIUI, with the introduction of Xiaomi HyperOS, putting an end to the rumors.
Reports had been talking about a new operating system known as MiOS. And recently, Xiaomi registered trademarks for ‘Xiaomi Pengpai' and ‘Xiaomi Hyper'. Interestingly, while it's referred to in English as HyperOS, the Chinese translation labels it as ThePaper OS.
From MIUI to HyperOS: Xiaomi's Operating System Upgrade
So, in an exciting development, the CEO of Xiaomi, Lei Jun, has confirmed that the upcoming Xiaomi 14 series will be the first to feature this new OS. Production is already underway, marking a significant step in the company's plans. Furthermore, Lei Jun stated that HyperOS would gradually replace MIUI in older devices that currently run on it.
Additionally, one intriguing aspect is whether Xiaomi is shifting toward an android version-based OS with HyperOS, similar to ColorOS, OxygenOS, OneUI, and Funtouch OS, which annually upgrade their software while maintaining the latest Android version as their foundation. Some reports suggest that Xiaomi might draw inspiration from huawei's Harmony OS. By adopting the use of AOSP and a micro kernel.
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Also, excitement is building as we anticipate learning more about HyperOS in the weeks to come. In addition, Xiaomi is expected to unveil this innovative operating system alongside the Xiaomi 14 series. It's set to make its debut in November. As the launch date approaches, tech enthusiasts are eager to see how HyperOS will shape the future of Xiaomi's smartphone and tablet experience.