Here is a possible rendering of Xiaomi’s HyperOS skin for its forthcoming smartphones.
HyperOS, the forthcoming successor to Xiaomi’s MIUI Android interface, has surfaced online ahead of its official release. Xiaomi has already announced that this new operating system (OS) will be introduced alongside the Xiaomi 14 series, and there are speculations that the company will unveil its latest flagship phones at the end of the month. On the Chinese microblogging platform Weibo, users have shared a series of images showcasing various aspects of the upcoming HyperOS interface.
Weibo user “Mr. Water” leaked four screenshots of the upcoming HyperOS interface. The first image reveals the weather app’s user interface, featuring the temperature at the top left corner of the screen and temperature ranges for the forecast section at the bottom. The calendar app has undergone a redesign, featuring rounded square tiles in the month layout.
Xiaomi’s MIUI had a control center with quick toggles that bore some resemblance to Apple’s Control Center on iOS. The new HyperOS also adopts a similar interface. The brightness and volume sliders, as well as the now playing widget, closely resemble those on iOS 17, with a slight layout adjustment. Wi-Fi and mobile data toggles are located at the top, while the lower portion of the screen contains several quick settings toggles.
The home screen of HyperOS displays two square-shaped widgets showing the time and weather, with the app’s name underneath. This design element appears to draw inspiration from Apple’s operating system.
Furthermore, another batch of four screenshots shared by Weibo user Wei Xiaotian/Alan offers another peek at the upcoming HyperOS skin. The lock screen showcases a sizable, vertically aligned digital clock that appears to be customizable.