Xiaomi Announces HyperOS as MIUI Successor

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Xiaomi is announcing a new operating system replacing MIUI, pulling a similar move to Huawei to bolster its ecosystem, much like how Huawei developed HarmonyOS as an Android substitute. Dubbed “HyperOS,” this MIUI replacement will apparently be a blend of Android and Xiaomi’s very own “Vela” system, hence a “completely rewritten underlying architecture,” which would supposedly allow users, vehicles, and smart home — of over 200 product categories.

CEO Lei Jun stated in a Weibo post that HyperOS has been under development since 2017 with the goal of creating “a unified, integrated system framework that supports the entire ecosystem of devices and applications.” He stated that the future Xiaomi 14 series smartphones, which have reportedly started production, will use this new platform.

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