Xiaomi plans to push HyperOS update to these devices in Q2 2024

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Xiaomi is planning to push out the HyperOS update to a bunch of devices in Q2 2024, and we have a full list. Do note that we’re talking about a global HyperOS update here, and the news is official.

Before we get down to it, do note that HyperOS is here to replace MIUI. This is Xiaomi’s new Android-based OS, though it is very similar to MIUI. Xiaomi is going with different naming now, however, and it did make some changes, but you’ll be right at home if you’ve used MIUI in the past.

Xiaomi’s HyperOS update is coming to a bunch of global units in Q2 2024

Xiaomi has listed 13 (series of) devices here, all but one are smartphones. The Xiaomi 11 Ultra and Xiaomi 11T Pro will be getting the update. The same goes for the Xiaomi Mi 11X, Xiaomi 11I HyperCharge, Xiaomi 11 Lite, and the Xiaomi 11i.

The update will also be rolling out to the Xiaomi Mi 10, Redmi K50i, Redmi 13C series, and Redmi 12. The Redmi 11 Price 5G will also be getting it, and the same goes for the Redmi Note 11 Series. Those were all smartphones, but the Redmi Pad 5 will also be getting the update in Q2 2024.

The update already rolled out to a bunch of global Xiaomi devices

The HyperOS update has already rolled out to a bunch of Xiaomi smartphones thus far. Those devices include the Xiaomi 13 Pro, Xiaomi Pad 6, Xiaomi 12 Pro, Redmi Note 13 5G, Redmi Note 13 Pro 5G, Redmi Note 13 Pro+ 5G, and more. You can check out the entire list below.

Xiaomi HyperOS Q2 2024 rollout timeline

Once the update is available to your device, your phone/tablet will let you know. You can, of course, check manually too, if you’d like. That way you may be able to update sooner than you’d usually be able to, as the phone doesn’t ping for updates as often.

If you’d like to check manually, open the Settings on your phone, and go to About Phone. There you’ll want to tap the System updates option.

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