Xiaomi is gradually updating the software on an increasing number of its devices following the formal introduction of the new HyperOS in India last month. Three Poco devices—the Poco M6 Pro, Poco X6, and Poco M4 5G—are currently running HyperOS. HyperOS was installed on all three of these smartphones in March 2024. On the other hand, HyperOS was preinstalled on the Poco X6 Pro at launch.

Additionally, HyperOS is currently available for the Poco C55, Poco X5, Poco M5, Poco X5 Pro, and Poco F5 from last year.

Additionally, Poco plans to expand the HyperOS to five more phones during the second quarter of 2024, which falls throughout the months of April, May, and June. The Poco F4 will receive the new OS first on the plan, followed by the Poco M4 Pro, Poco C65, Poco M6, and Poco X6 Neo.

The HyperOS upgrade enhances the user experience in a number of ways. Compared to MIUI 14, it optimises storage utilisation, saves system space, and expedites processes like OTA updates.

In order to increase productivity, HyperOS also adds new features like adjustable lock screens, a revamped control centre, updated fonts and icons, and a Workstation Mode for tablets. Additionally, it improves connectivity, enabling users to quickly manage smart home devices with the Xiaomi Smart Hub and watch the screen of their phone on a tablet thanks to expanded interconnectivity features.

Alongside the introduction of the Xiaomi 14 series phones in China, HyperOS made its debut. Presented as a “human-centric” operating system, it has a contemporary look and a range of features like smooth device transitions, remote data and app access, and AI-powered functions like voice generation, image search, and creative artwork production. These features are intended to overcome the challenges of managing various device ecosystems by offering an easy-to-use and effective interface across Xiaomi’s product lineup.


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