Xiaomi will soon launch Xiaomi 14, which is expected to be the first smartphone with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. The manufacturer has already confirmed that the device will not ship with MIUI 15. Instead, the new HyperOS will form the basis of new software in the future.
Xiaomi’s MIUI user interface is one of the oldest Android interfaces. In August 2010, the first version of MIUI was released in China, which was still available Android 2.2x Froyo Based on the fact that Xiaomi did not yet make any smartphones, custom ROMs were initially run on models from other manufacturers. In 2011, Xiaomi finally released the Mi 1, the first cell phone with a MIUI interface, after which development by other manufacturers gradually ceased.
An era is coming to an end: HyperOS is replacing MIUI
Around 200 million users worldwide now use MIUI ROM. Xiaomi recently launched the Xiaomi 13T series, which uses MIUI 14. It had long been assumed that with Xiaomi 14 series MIUI 15 based on Android 14 will also be introduced. But the manufacturer has now confirmed the end of the software. So the next Xiaomi smartphones will ship with HyperOS. The market launch in China will take place this year, while the global rollout is planned for next year. Older devices will also get the new operating system through the update.
HyperOS as the basis for the entire product range
Xiaomi promises a complete solution here New and revised software architecture – but we still don’t know what that means. Like MIUI, the software will be based on Android, so the Google Play Store and apps will be available. This will be an in-house integration only “Vela IoT-System” In addition, HyperOS will not only be used in smartphones in the future, but will be used in all of the manufacturer’s products. This also includes upcoming electric cars that are currently in the works.
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