Xiaomi HyperOS is a new, lighter and leaner version of MIUI based on Android 14 that made its debut earlier this year with the Xiaomi 14 flagship phone.News 

Xiaomi India announces expansion of HyperOS update to additional devices for users in Q2 2024: Complete list provided

Xiaomi has started the new month with good news for its customers in India, especially those who have been waiting for the new Android 14-based HyperOS update. The company says that HyperOS will not only be a mobile-centric platform, but other products will also be added to the ecosystem, including a car.

So far, Xiaomi has been regularly updating people about its rollout plans, and those in India who are still using a Xiaomi/Redmi phone or Redmi Pad tablet can expect big moves from the company in the coming months.


– Xiaomi 11 Ultra

– Xiaomi 11T Pro

– Mi 11X

– Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge

– Xiaomi 11 Lite

– Xiaomi 11i

– Mi 10

– Xiaomi Pad 5

– Redmi K50i

– Redmi 13C series

– Redmi 12

– Redmi 11 Prime

– Redmi Note 11 series

Xiaomi claims to have updated the latest Xiaomi and Redmi devices to HyperOS, and soon several of its older devices will receive the update in the coming months. The lineup includes the Mi 10, which is a surprising choice, but most people would be fine with the move, and yes, it’s good to see the Mi 11 Ultra on the list as well. Xiaomi has been accused over the years of being less active in updating its older devices, but HyperOS seems to change that for good and people would be happy to see this change from the brand.

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