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Xiaomi Devices to Feature HyperOS, Replacing MIUI: Debut with Xiaomi 14 Series

Chinese tech company Xiaomi has announced its new operating system called HyperOS. The company’s CEO, Lei Jun, posted on the social media platform X, saying, “Today is a historic moment. After years of collective efforts, our new operating system, Xiaomi HyperOS, is ready to launch alongside the Xiaomi 14 series.”

According to media reports, Xiaomi will gradually replace MIUI with HyperOS. Similar to Vivo, the company can launch its devices in various markets with different operating systems, such as Origin OS and Funtouch operating systems in China and globally, including India.

Will the Company Launch the New Operating System in India?

The company’s CEO has not provided any information so far whether the new operating system will be launched in India or in other global markets along with China. Alternatively, it may remain limited to China. When a user on X asked about the global release of HyperOS, CEO Lei Jun replied, ‘Stay tuned.’ This statement does not confirm whether HyperOS will be launched globally, but it hints at the possibility.

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