Lei Jun discusses Xiaomi’s Pegasus OS in a lengthy article A crucial leap towards ‘man, car, and home’.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun Explores Pegasus OS in Extensive Article – A Revolutionary Step Towards Personalized Connectivity in 'Man, Car, and Home' Domain
【Mobile China News】 On October 17th, Xiaomi founder, Chairman, and CEO Lei Jun officially announced the new Xiaomi operating system – Xiaomi HyperOS. Lei Jun stated that the first smartphone to be equipped with the new system, the Xiaomi 14 series, has been delivered to the factory and production has officially begun. From this moment on, Xiaomi HyperOS will gradually replace MIUI.
Later, Lei Jun posted a long article: at this moment, my heart is filled with excitement and excitement. This is a milestone for Xiaomi, a key leap towards “human-car-home ecosystem”.
Screenshot of Lei Jun’s Weibo
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Here is part of Lei Jun’s long article:
13 years ago, on August 16, 2010, Xiaomi’s first product MIUI was officially born. In the past 13 years, from a few engineers to a software team of four to five thousand people; from the initial “100 dream sponsors” to a total of 1.175 billion global users; from the first version with only four commonly used functions to a deep framework for cross-platform interconnection; making friends with users and creating the most user-friendly and humanized system experience has always been the unchanged pursuit of MIUI. Now, the moment of crossing has arrived. Xiaomi is no longer just a smartphone company, but also a huge smart ecosystem across more than 200 categories. The “human-car-home ecosystem” is also about to complete the closed loop. In the era of Internet of Things, the complexity of the operating system branches involved in various devices, and the huge number of different systems and protocols leading to ecological connection barriers may exceed the imagination of many people. Xiaomi HyperOS was born, and we have been preparing for a long time. Since 2014, when our IoT business began to take shape, we have started exploratory development and verification. In 2017, the development of the new system officially started. It uses a unified system framework to support all ecological devices and applications. This is our pursuit. Today, we have taken a solid key step: Xiaomi HyperOS is officially born, “creating a human-centered, cross-platform operating system for the human-car-home ecosystem.” It is based on the deeply evolved Android and our self-developed Vela system, completely rewriting the underlying architecture, and providing a public foundation for the interconnection of billions of devices and connections in the future. This is a super huge engineering system, so our engineers have named it Xiaomi HyperOS in English. The first device to be equipped with Xiaomi HyperOS is the Xiaomi 14, which will bring a “leapfrog upgrade”. From today onwards, we will gradually bid farewell to MIUI! Thank you to all the friends who support MIUI, MIUI will always remain in our memory.
Lei Jun releases long article
It is reported that Xiaomi’s self-developed operating system, Surge OS, not only supports smartphones but can also be used for Xiaomi car infotainment systems and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, similar to the all-platform coverage of HarmonyOS.
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