Xiaomi Confirms To Implement HyperOS In India: Devices, Features, and More
According to the company, Xiaomi will introduce the new HyperOS in India in January 2024, starting with the Xiaomi 13 Pro and Xiaomi Pad 6.
Xiaomi Confirms To Implement HyperOS In India
In anticipation of the Redmi Note 13’s arrival in India, Xiaomi has unveiled yet another noteworthy product update. The new HyperOS for Xiaomi devices will be available in India in January 2024, according to the company’s most recent announcement. Starting with the Xiaomi 13 Pro and Xiaomi Pad 6, the new operating system will replace the MIUI system, and the rollout will begin.
An announcement on the launch of #XiaomiHyperOS in India is imminent, as stated in Xiaomi’s most recent post on the X platform.
Here Is What The User Shares:
Spot the difference between IOS & Xiaomi’s HyperOS control centre 💀 pic.twitter.com/aafJxD0ycH
— Holly – I like tech (@AnxiousHolly) December 31, 2023
On October 23, after its launch in China, Xiaomi made its first announcement about its new operating system. Touted as a “human-centric” OS, the new one will run all of Xiaomi’s devices, from smartphones and automobiles to smart home gadgets. Low-level restructuring, proactive intelligence, end-to-end security, and intelligent communication across ends will all be possible with HyperOS’s new user interface.
With Android 14 integrated and built on top of the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), HyperOS is made to bring out Xiaomi devices’ full potential. Using the open-source Xiaomi Vela system, it features optimized performance for both your smartphone and Xiaomi’s smart device suite, ensuring rock-solid performance even in demanding scenarios.
Performance, privacy and security, cross-device connectivity, and AI integration are just a few areas that the new operating system claims to improve. Users can look forward to faster boot times, more fluid animations, and better background app retention in terms of performance.
Natural language picture search, text extraction from photographs, doodle-to-image conversion, and text production are some of the AI-driven features introduced by HyperOS.
Have a look at the post:
Nevermind, the video i posted about Xiaomi HyperOS copying IOS is not true.
the video posted by gadgetfam on instagram purposely has an IOS theme on it to give the impression it’s a complete copy which is misinformation.
— Holly – I like tech (@AnxiousHolly) January 1, 2024
When it comes to connecting several Xiaomi gadgets, HyperOS does a fantastic job. Users can do things like share mobile data, use the back camera of a smartphone as a webcam, receive calls on other devices, and more. Also, HyperOS uses powerful encryption, open-source components, and precise permission management to promote privacy and security.
Along with an improved Quick Settings menu, the new UI includes a lock screen inspired by iOS, widgets that can be customized, a notification system that is similar to Dynamic Islands, and more. In general, HyperOS is designed to provide a more refined, integrated, and protected user experience throughout Xiaomi’s ecosystem of devices.
Items that are compatible with Xiaomi HyperOS
The Xiaomi 13 Ultra, 13 Pro, 13T, 13T, Redmi Note 12, 12S, Xiaomi Pad 6, and Poco F5 are among the many devices that support HyperOS. Reportedly, the upgrade will be sent via the over-the-air update to users who meet the HyperOS eligibility requirements. Not all users will experience the update’s rollout at the same time; it will be progressive. This means that users’ devices may have to wait a while before they can install HyperOS.