MIUI will be replaced by HyperOS, a new operating system from Xiaomi. Xiaomi, Redmi, and Poco devices run MIUI, which has seen 14 iterations to date. Apple’s iOS is known for its heavy customizations and overall look. With the Xiaomi 14 series, MIUI will be replaced by HyperOS, the company’s new operating system. There are some nitty-gritty details revealed in some leaked screenshots of the upcoming OS while we wait.
Xiaomi HyperOS will offer significantly more customization options for the lock screen, according to screenshots shared on Weibo. With the new update, users will have access to new templates, clocks, fonts, and widgets, as well as more detailed wallpaper customization options. Although the app icons remain the same, the control center on the new software appears to be more streamlined than MIUI 14.
Xiaomi HyperOS screenshots circulating online are likely from a beta version of the operating system that is still under testing. We shouldn’t assume that this is what the new OS will look like in its stable release. It is possible that Xiaomi will make changes to its operating system before it is released.
In China, the new Xiaomi 14 series is rumored to debut on October 27 with HyperOS. According to Xiaomi’s global VP, the new OS will be rolled out globally throughout 2024. HyperOS will gradually replace MIUI, which has been around for 13 years. A year before Xiaomi launched its first smartphone, the first MIUI ROM was released back in 2010.