Xiaomi is reportedly planning to skip MIUI 15 altogether and launch a new operating system called MiOS instead, according to Digital Chat Station. According to Xiaomiui, a blog that only covers Xiaomi-related news, these claims are completely false and unfounded.

Xiaomi is still testing MIUI 15 internally and is expected to release it with the Xiaomi 14 series in the near future. In addition, there are no relevant details about MiOS at the moment.

In the future, Xiaomi may switch from MIUI to MiOS, according to the blog. According to them, if Xiaomi makes such a switch, it will probably happen only in China, and MiOS won’t be available worldwide.

It shared some code snippets showing that MIUI 15 is being tested on different Xiaomi smartphones. It is reasonable to consider these hints to be reliable since they were obtained from the official Xiaomi server. Xiaomi 13 Ultra, Redmi K60 Pro, Mix Fold 3, and Xiaomi 13 are all in the testing phases of MIUI 15.

Even though it is too early to say whether Xiaomi is truly planning to retire MIUI and launch MiOS, the fact that the company is already testing MIUI 15 suggests that it won’t disappear anytime soon, at least not in the global market.