Blogger It is impossible for Xiaomi’s Pengpai OS to separate from Android, and self-developed chips have not been interrupted.

Blogger Claims Xiaomi's Pengpai OS Cannot Break Away from Android and Self-Developed Chips Remain Incomplete.

【Mobile China News】On October 17th, Mobile China noticed that Xiaomi Chairman Lei Jun officially announced: Today is a historic moment for Xiaomi. Xiaomi’s new operating system, Xiaomi HyperOS, is officially completed and packaged. It is reported that the Xiaomi 14 series models will be equipped with Xiaomi HyperOS. Currently, the Xiaomi 14 series has already started production, while MIUI will become a thing of the past.

Blogger: Xiaomi HyperOS cannot completely separate from Android. Self-developed chips have not been interrupted.

Later on October 17th, Mobile China noticed once again that a digital blogger expressed in an article that Xiaomi HyperOS cannot completely separate from Android AOSP (in the short term), but in the long run, it will definitely gradually detach from this plan. The blogger also mentioned that Xiaomi’s HyperOS has another highlight, it is no longer called MiOS but changed to HyperOS, coinciding with the hardware name. Can you guess why?

Blogger: Xiaomi HyperOS cannot completely separate from Android. Self-developed chips have not been interrupted.

It is worth noting that this blogger had previously quoted financial report data released by Xiaomi Group, indicating that Xiaomi’s self-developed system and self-developed chip business have never stopped. As the saying goes, Xiaomi has invested a huge amount of money into self-developed OS and self-developed chips. However, at present, Xiaomi has still not released any related information, and even the release time of the Xiaomi 14 series has not been officially announced.

Blogger: Xiaomi HyperOS cannot completely separate from Android. Self-developed chips have not been interrupted.

According to the information previously mentioned by Mobile China, the release date of the Xiaomi 14 series may be on October 27th, which happens to be the first day after the Snapdragon Summit ends. From this perspective, the Xiaomi 14 series models may be the first to debut with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 mobile platform.

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