Xiaomi to replace MIUI with Hyper OS
Xiaomi has announced that it will be replacing its popular MIUI operating system with Hyper OS. The change will begin in 2024, and the first phones to run Hyper OS will be the Xiaomi 14 series.
MIUI was launched in 2010 and has been a popular choice for Xiaomi phones. However, in recent years, there have been some problems with MIUI, such as battery life and performance degradation.
Xiaomi says that Hyper OS is designed to address these problems. It will have a new, more efficient core that will provide better performance and battery life.
Hyper OS will also be an open-source operating system, which means that third-party developers can customize and adapt it.
This is a big change for Xiaomi, but it is also an opportunity for the company to start a new chapter. Hyper OS could give Xiaomi a more competitive operating system for its phones, and it could help the company grow in the future.
Updates for older phones
Xiaomi has not yet said whether older phones will receive a HyperOS update. However, the company has said that it will provide a “satisfactory” solution for its users.
Will it help stem the downfall?
Xiaomi’s downfall has been a concern in recent years. The company’s sales fell by more than 10% in 2022, and its market share is also shrinking.
Xiaomi believes that HyperOS can help the company get back on track. It will provide a new, more attractive operating system that can help users stay connected to their phones.
What do you think?
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