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Everything You Should Know About Xiaomi HyperOS Launching in India on February 29th

Xiaomi is finally gearing up to introduce its novel operating system, HyperOS, to the Indian market on February 29.

This launch marks a significant step toward creating a seamlessly interconnected ecosystem, encompassing smartphones, smart home devices, and even automobiles.

Here’s what you should know about it.

HyperOS has been revealed for global markets at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024 in Barcelona.

As a matter of fact, Xiaomi demonstrated the connected nature of its software by showing it off on its SU7 car.

Apart from that the rollout of flagship smartphones like the Xiaomi 14 and Xiaomi 14 Ultra, as well as the Tab 6S Pro—all powered by HyperOS based on Android 14—heralds a new chapter in Xiaomi’s innovation narrative.

HyperOS has been part of Xiaomi smartphones in China.

Complete List of Compatible Devices

  • Xiaomi 14 Series
  • Xiaomi 13 Series
  • Xiaomi 13T Series
  • Xiaomi 12 Series
  • Xiaomi 12T Series
  • Redmi Note 13 Series
  • Redmi Note 12 Pro+ 5G
  • Redmi Note 12 5G

Tablets

  • Xiaomi Pad 6S Pro
  • Xiaomi Pad 6
  • Redmi Pad SE

Wearables

  • Xiaomi Watch S3
  • Xiaomi Smart Band 8 Pro

HyperOS: Features

Xiaomi’s upcoming HyperOS, occupying 8.75GB of system storage, showcases compatibility with a broad range of RAM, from as low as 64KB up to 24GB.

This flexibility ensures that devices across the spectrum can benefit from HyperOS’s advanced features.

At its core, HyperOS includes a sophisticated resource management system.

This system is engineered for peak performance, adjusting thread priorities dynamically and evaluating task cycles to boost both performance and energy efficiency.

Such innovations promise an optimized experience across varying device configurations.

Network performance and multitasking are significantly enhanced, thanks to visual effect optimizations and the introduction of the MiSans global font system.

These improvements are designed to provide smoother, faster, and more visually appealing interactions for users.

For applications demanding high graphical output, HyperOS offers a solution designed to maintain stable frame rates while minimizing power consumption.

Artificial intelligence takes a front seat in HyperOS with HyperMind, introducing user-centric features powered by large foundation models.

These include capabilities like advanced text generation and real-time subtitles, aiming to make interactions more intuitive and responsive.

HyperOS endeavors to simplify the management of connected devices through an integrated device center.

This feature provides a cohesive platform for users to control and monitor their interconnected ecosystem efficiently.

Security is paramount in HyperOS, incorporating a self-developed Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) security model.

This model provides robust security measures, including end-to-end encryption for data shared between devices, safeguarding user data and privacy in the interconnected world of HyperOS.

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