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Xiaomi Unveils HyperOS, A Unified Operating System for Its Diverse Product Ecosystem

Xiaomi has introduced its innovative HyperOS alongside the Xiaomi 14 and Xiaomi 14 Pro smartphones in China. HyperOS marks a significant departure from the long-standing MIUI operating system, serving as a unified brand that encompasses Xiaomi's operating systems across its entire product ecosystem. This extends beyond smartphones to products like the Xiaomi Watch S3 and Xiaomi TV S Pro 85-inch MiniLED TV, aiming to provide a seamless user experience across diverse product categories.

HyperOS is a dual-layered system, with IoT devices using Xiaomi Vela based on open-source RTOS NuttX, while smartphones and tablets utilize AOSP. This approach ensures robust Android app compatibility on Xiaomi smartphones. Xiaomi claims HyperOS is lightweight, consuming just 8.75GB of storage, with performance optimizations for devices with limited processing power.

The technical reengineering of HyperOS involves extensive restructuring of technical modules, enhancing the file system, memory management, imaging subsystem, and network system. HyperOS also introduces the HyperConnect framework, aiming to interconnect Xiaomi devices seamlessly for a cohesive ecosystem experience.


While AI improvements are promised within HyperOS, details are somewhat unclear, but it appears that AI functions will be integrated into the AOSP-based HyperOS for smartphones, enhancing system apps with generative AI capabilities. The global rollout of HyperOS is scheduled to begin in Q1 2024, with questions remaining about issues users have faced with MIUI, app compatibility, and how HyperOS will be optimized for Xiaomi's diverse product ecosystem.

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  1. Xiaomi's HyperOS has a lot of potential considering the fact of what level of customizations it is capable of providing

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