Xiaomi is all set to introduce HyperOS 1.0, an innovative operating system based on Google’s Android 14. The team designed this cutting-edge system to enhance the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem, seamlessly connecting devices for better performance and connectivity.
The Foundation of HyperOS
HyperOS is built on Linux and uses Xiaomi’s Vela system for efficient resource management. It comes with features like HyperConnect for smooth device connections and HyperMind AI for smart device adaptation. The aim is to improve user experiences across Xiaomi’s product range and promote open-source development.
Xiaomi’s Global HyperOS 1.0 Rollout Plan
For the global audience, Xiaomi has unveiled its plan for rolling out HyperOS 1.0. The update schedule for Chinese models is already available, and the global rollout will commence in the first quarter of 2024.
First Wave of Updates
According to reports from GSMChina, the first wave of HyperOS 1.0 updates will include nine devices from Xiaomi’s lineup, including Xiaomi 13 and 12 series models, as well as the Xiaomi Pad 6.
Devices Receiving HyperOS 1.0:
- Xiaomi 13 Ultra
- Xiaomi 13 Pro
- Xiaomi 13
- Xiaomi 13T Pro
- Xiaomi 13T
- Xiaomi 12T Pro
- Xiaomi 12T
- Xiaomi 11T
- Xiaomi Pad 6
Xiaomi’s server has officially confirmed these updates. Devices not listed in this initial release will receive updates in later releases of HyperOS 1.0. Xiaomi is in the final testing phase, working closely with its engineers to ensure a smooth user experience upon launch.
Domestic Release in China
Xiaomi plans to launch HyperOS domestically in China in December 2023 with a wide range of compatible devices. This includes the Xiaomi 14 smartphone (pre-installed), Redmi K60 Ultra, Xiaomi Pad 6 Max (a 14-inch tablet), Xiaomi TV S Pro series, Xiaomi Watch S3, Xiaomi Sound speaker, and Xiaomi Smart Camera 3 Pro. The global rollout is eagerly anticipated, and Xiaomi is committed to providing users with a seamless and efficient experience.
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