Xiaomi Prepares for MiOS Revolution
In a recent revelation by industry insiders, Xiaomi is set to make significant changes to its Android-based UI system, marking the end of an era with MIUI 14. Digital Chat Station, a reliable source for technology-related news, confirmed that MIUI 14 will be the final major version in the MIUI series. This version is considered an “excellent graduation project” for MIUI, offering a top-tier user experience with only animation effects lagging. Xiaomi aims to eliminate this shortcoming in its upcoming work.
The big news is that there will be no MIUI 15 as a successor. Instead, Xiaomi is gearing up to introduce an entirely new UI system, rumored to be named MiOS. While it’s not officially confirmed, Digital Chat Station hinted at the possibility that Xiaomi’s MiOS could debut with the upcoming Xiaomi 14 Series.
Adding to the intrigue, Xiaomi registered the domain name “mios.cn” with the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in November 2022. However, the website currently shows a 403 error, suggesting that it’s still in development. This move strongly hints at Xiaomi’s dedication to creating a fresh UI experience.
Digital Chat Station also shared insights into Xiaomi’s progress with a self-developed operating system that will connect “new terminals.” This system is being refined and has already made significant advancements.
Furthermore, it’s worth noting that Xiaomi’s self-developed system is expected to be initially deployed in AIoT (Artificial Intelligence of Things) and “big terminals” before potentially expanding to smartphones.
While the exact nature of MiOS remains uncertain, whether it’s a rebranded MIUI based on Android or an entirely new operating system, one thing is clear – Xiaomi is gearing up for a significant shift in its software ecosystem. As we approach the launch date, Xiaomi enthusiasts eagerly await official announcements, anticipating what this exciting change will bring. Stay tuned for more updates on Xiaomi’s MiOS and the future of their user interface.