Xiaomi’s HyperOS Leaks Online: What to Expect from the Upcoming Operating System

Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone maker, has been working on a new software interface called HyperOS to replace its MIUI Android skin. The company recently confirmed that this new operating system (OS) will debut alongside the Xiaomi 14 series, bringing new fluidity and improved connectivity across devices. Now, users on the Chinese microblogging website Weibo have leaked several images of the upcoming HyperOS interface, giving us a sneak peek into the experience.

According to Xiaomi’s Global VP, the upcoming OS will focus on performance, fluidity, user experiences, services, and an expansive ecosystem. It will also offer a unified platform for all of its products, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, smart home gadgets, car equipment, and robots. This is a significant change from how the company operated with its MIUI Android skin, which focused on feature parity and was filled with apps, widgets, and tweaks that slowed down devices.

While there is no word on the exact launch date of the Xiaomi 14 series and HyperOS, rumors suggest that this new OS will be available for the latest flagship phones from the company. The company is rumored to announce its latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 smartphones later this month, and these may be the first phones to run the new software interface.

The leaked screenshots of the upcoming HyperOS show various UI aspects, such as the lock screen customization, the desktop, and the control center. Interestingly, the screenshots show that the UI will offer more customization options on the lock screen than before. This includes new types of templates, clocks, font and widget options. Additionally, the UI will now allow for more detailed wallpaper customization.

On the desktop, the UI will offer a simplified appearance that is easier to navigate and has a more modern design. There are some changes in the control center, too, which has a sleeker look than that of MIUI 14. It is worth noting that these leaked screenshots are from early beta releases, so the final version of the software may have a different design than shown here.

The leaked UI images also show that the upcoming HyperOS will have a more streamlined app icon and a more straightforward icon pack than the existing MIUI Android skin. This change will likely make it easier for new platform users to familiarize themselves with the interface. However, it is still too early to say if the HyperOS will adequately replace the company’s long-running MIUI interface. Stay tuned for more details as they become available. We will update this article when the Xiaomi 14 series and HyperOS are announced and released for public consumption.

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