Xiaomi confirms to roll out HyperOS in India

Xiaomi confirms to roll out HyperOS in India

Ahead of the launch of the Redmi Note 13, Xiaomi has announced another significant release for its Indian users. In its latest announcement, the company has confirmed the start of the rollout of its new HyperOS for Xiaomi products in India in January 2024. The OS will replace the company’s MIUI system, and the rollout of the new OS update will commence with flagship models Xiaomi 13 Pro and Xiaomi Pad 6.

According to Xiaomi’s latest post on the X platform, the company announced, “#XiaomiHyperOS is set to make its debut in India soon. Rollout will begin in January 2024, with the flagship #Xiaomi13Pro and #XiaomiPad6 being the first set of devices to receive it, promising an all-new and improved user experience.”

Xiaomi initially announced its new OS on October 23, following its launch in China. The new OS is described as a "human-centric" operating system that will power Xiaomi’s ecosystem, including smartphones, cars, and home products. HyperOS will offer users a new interface designed to achieve low-level refactoring, cross-end intelligent connectivity, proactive intelligence, and end-to-end security.

What is HyperOS

Built upon the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and incorporating Android 14, HyperOS is designed to unlock the full potential of Xiaomi devices. It boasts dedicated optimizations for both your smartphone and Xiaomi's suite of smart devices, powered by the open-source Xiaomi Vela system for rock-solid performance, even in demanding situations.

The new OS promises to offer a variety of enhancements in performance, AI integration, cross-device connectivity, and privacy and security. On the performance front, users can anticipate quicker boot times, smoother animations, and improved background app retention.

HyperOS also introduces several AI-driven features such as text generation, doodle-to-image conversion, natural language image search, and text extraction from images.

As for connectivity, HyperOS seamlessly links different Xiaomi devices, allowing users to continue tasks across devices, receive calls on alternate devices, use a smartphone's rear camera as a laptop webcam, share mobile data, and more. Additionally, HyperOS prioritizes privacy and security through open-source components, advanced encryption, and precise permission management.

The new user interface also brings an iOS-inspired lock screen, customizable widgets, a notification system reminiscent of Dynamic Islands, and an enhanced Quick Settings menu. Overall, HyperOS is geared towards delivering a more polished, interconnected, and secure user experience across Xiaomi's device ecosystem.

Xiaomi confirms to roll out HyperOS in India

Xiaomi HyperOS compatible devices

The availability of HyperOS extends to a range of devices, specifically the Xiaomi 13 Ultra, Xiaomi 13 Pro, Xiaomi 13, Xiaomi 13T Pro, Xiaomi 13T, Redmi Note 12, Redmi Note 12S, Xiaomi Pad 6, and Poco F5.

According to reports, users meeting the eligibility criteria for HyperOS will receive the update through over-the-air update. It's important to note that the deployment of this update will be gradual and not simultaneous for all users. As a result, users may need to wait for some time before HyperOS becomes available on their respective devices.

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