Xiaomi HyperOS update starts rolling out for two popular Redmi phones from 2021


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Xiaomi HyperOS update is slowly rolling out to more and more devices, and it’s good to see that the company is supporting a good chunk of old phones. As a matter of fact, the smartphone maker is even offering the update for devices that launched in 2021.

The latest rollout for HyperOS is for two Redmi phones of that year. To be specific, it’s the popular Redmi K40 Pro and K40 Pro+ that have started to receive the update. With this update, these two phones can now run the latest Android 14 and enjoy all the features that Xiaomi’s Android skin has to offer.

About the Xiaomi HyperOS update for Redmi K40 Pro and K40 Pro+

At the current stage, the Redmi K40 Pro and K40 Pro+ are getting the Xiaomi HyperOS update in China. The update does appear to be in the testing phase, which means not all the users may get it. As for the update itself, it’s a sizeable one. To be precise, it’s 5.2 GB, so it will take a while to download.

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The update note does say that the download comes with the latest Google security patch. So, it’s not just about updating the core Android system. Regarding changes, the new Xiaomi HyperOS update brings a lot of them. As the update note points out, it will make the hardware offer the best possible performance.

Redmi K40 Pro+

Moreover, with the update, the Redmi K40 Pro and Pro+ users can enjoy Xiaomi HyperConnect. It’s a cross-device interconnection framework, and with it, devices can establish efficient connections among each other. And let’s not forget to mention that the HyperOS update also brings many aesthetic changes.

You get a brand-new look that’s not just aesthetically pleasing but also more user-friendly. The Xiaomi HyperOS update also doubles down on security. You can learn more about the operating system from the video attached below and our in-depth walkthrough found in this link.

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