In a little over a week, Xiaomi introduced its latest Android operating system. While the Xiaomi 14 series smartphones come equipped with this new OS straight out of the box, Xiaomi enthusiasts are ready as the company gears up to bring this update to a wider range of phones in the weeks to come. Initially launching in China, the global rollout plan for the Xiaomi HyperOS has recently surfaced.
Xiaomi’s New HyperOS: Global Rollout Plans Unveiled
What’s got Xiaomi enthusiasts buzzing is that the company is already testing this fresh update on a select number of devices worldwide. Intriguingly, these phones are currently undergoing trials of the HyperOS. And the twist here is that it’s based on Android 14. This could mean that both Android 14 and HyperOS will be unleashed at the same time. But here’s the catch: those already running Android 14 beta with MIUI 14 should anticipate receiving the stable Android 14 update with MIUI before transitioning to HyperOS.
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According to Gsmchina, nine Xiaomi phones are part of this global HyperOS testing, and they’re likely to be among the first to savor the upgrade. It’s worth noting that the list doesn’t feature any Redmi or POCO phones, but don’t lose hope just yet – these devices might still get a piece of the action.
While the latest Xiaomi HyperOS global rollout plan appears to focus on Xiaomi phones, it’s anyone’s guess whether separate plans will surface for Redmi and POCO models. However, given that many POCO and Redmi phones are essentially revamped Xiaomi phones, there’s a good chance that the update will eventually trickle down to all these models.
Here’s a peek at the current Xiaomi HyperOS global rollout plan:
- Xiaomi 13
- Xiaomi 13 Pro
- Xiaomi 13 Ultra
- Xiaomi 13T
- Xiaomi 13T Pro
- Xiaomi 12T Pro
- Xiaomi 12T
- Xiaomi 11T
- Xiaomi Pad 6
As we speak, these selected devices are internally testing the update. Meaning that the public release isn’t quite ready for prime time. Xiaomi has placed a priority on these devices, so they should be the first to enjoy the update. While the official schedule points to a Q1, 2024 release, there’s hope that we might see it roll out sooner, perhaps even by the end of this year. Xiaomi enthusiasts, stay tuned!