Xiaomi’s new HyperOS launching first on Xiaomi 14 series 

Xiaomi’s Vela IoT ecosystem to be integrated with Android OS for seamless experience.

Xiaomi is pulling off something new this 2024 to empower its own ecosystem through the MIUI replacement.

The replacement is dubbed the HyperOS, a combination of Android and Xiaomi’s Vela system. The company likely renamed it because of the rewriting process in the underlying architecture to support its various product series. 

About 200 product categories, including smart home items and vehicles, will be connected in this ecosystem.

According to a Weibo post, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun said that the development of HyperOS dates back in 2017.

If you’re confused, Xiaomi’s HyperOS simply wants to maximize the power of IoT or Internet-of-Things among its many products and services.

IoT refers to the interconnection between devices and services using wireless connectivity, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, and mobile data. You’re probably using the most basic form of it where you can access the same account of Netflix on your mobile device, PC, and smart TV.

But a wider range means you can do much more on your smart appliances and vehicles by just using your smartphone.

Nothing much was revealed except the implementation would begin with the Xiaomi 14 series, allegedly slated for release before 2023 ends. Check out the CEO’s tweet below. 


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