Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has announced that it will replace its MIUI with HyperOS, starting with its highly anticipated next-gen flagship series smartphone. HyperOS will debut with the Xiaomi 14 series, which is expected to launch soon. CEO of Xiaomi, Lei Jun, announced the HyperOS on X (formerly Twitter).
Xiaomi CEO, Lei Jun, on X (formerly Twitter) posted, “Today marks a historic moment. After years of collective work, our new operating system, #XiaomiHyperOS, is set to make its official debut on #Xiaomi14Series.”
According to reports, Xiaomi recently registered the trademark for Xiaomi Hyper, Xiaomi Surge, and Redmi Hyper, which hints that the upcoming HyperOS will succeed MIUI across Xiaomi sub-brand smartphones.
It is unclear if Xiaomi’s upcoming HyperOS will be available globally or only in China. However, Anuj Sharma, the Chief Marketing Officer of Xiaomi India, reposted the tweet of Lei Jun, which suggests that the HyperOS might also reach to India. As of now, specific details about the HyperOS, including its availability and compatible device models, have not been disclosed.
More details should be available about the HyperOS in the coming weeks when the company introduces the Xiaomi 14 series, which is expected to launch next month.