Xiaomi, one of the leading smartphone brands in Malaysia, has announced a new operating system called HyperOS. The new OS is set to debut on the upcoming Xiaomi 14 series, and will eventually replace MIUI, Xiaomi’s current Android-based operating system. Here are some of the key things you need to know about HyperOS and what it means for Xiaomi users.
What is HyperOS?
HyperOS is a new operating system that is based on the integration of Android and Vela, Xiaomi’s in-house IoT platform. Vela is an IoT software system platform based on the open-source embedded operating system NuttX.
According to Xiaomi, HyperOS will tie in its entire ecosystem of products, making it easier for users to control and manage their devices from one place. HyperOS will also support all ecological devices and applications with an integrated system framework.
Why is Xiaomi launching HyperOS?
Xiaomi says that HyperOS is a “historic moment” for the company and that it will make its official debut on the Xiaomi 14 series.
Lei Jun, the founder and CEO of Xiaomi, confirmed the development of HyperOS in a tweet today. He said that the new OS is a “historic moment” for the company and that it will make its official debut on the Xiaomi 14 series. Alvin, Xiaomi’s global VP, also confirmed that HyperOS will be available globally and will roll out throughout 2024.
Xiaomi has been developing HyperOS since 2017 to cater to its wide range of products, which includes smartphones, smart home devices, and cars.
The company says that the new OS will prepare a public base for the Internet of Everything for tens of billions of devices and tens of billions of connections in the future.
How will HyperOS affect MIUI users?
HyperOS will gradually replace MIUI, Xiaomi’s legacy operating system that has been around for 13 years. MIUI is a custom skin that runs on top of Android and offers various features and customizations for Xiaomi users. However, MIUI has also been criticized for its bloatware, ads, and bugs.
Xiaomi has not yet revealed how HyperOS will affect existing MIUI users or whether they will be able to upgrade to the new OS. However, it is likely that HyperOS will offer a smoother and more unified user experience across Xiaomi’s products. It is also possible that HyperOS will retain some of the popular features of MIUI or offer new ones.
When and where can I get HyperOS?
HyperOS will make its debut on the Xiaomi 14 series, which is expected to launch later this month. The Xiaomi 14 series will be the first smartphones to run on HyperOS out of the box. The series will also feature Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, which is said to offer improved performance and efficiency.
Xiaomi has not yet announced the official launch date or price of the Xiaomi 14 series in Malaysia. However, based on previous models, we can expect the series to be available in Malaysia soon after its global launch. The price of the series may vary depending on the model and storage options, but we can expect it to be competitive with other flagship smartphones in the market.
You can buy the Xiaomi 14 series from Xiaomi’s official website or from authorized retailers in Malaysia once it is available. You can also check out Xiaomi’s social media channels or subscribe to their newsletter for more updates on HyperOS and the Xiaomi 14 series.
HyperOS is a new operating system from Xiaomi that will replace MIUI and debut on the Xiaomi 14 series. HyperOS is based on Android and Vela, and will integrate Xiaomi’s ecosystem of products. HyperOS will offer a better user experience and prepare for the future of IoT. HyperOS will be available globally and roll out throughout 2024.
If you are a Xiaomi fan or looking for a new smartphone, you may want to check out HyperOS and the Xiaomi 14 series when they launch later this month. Stay tuned for more news and reviews on HyperOS and the Xiaomi 14 series.