This announcement by Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun came as a real surprise because the Mi 10 series was previously listed as an EOS (End of Support) device, which meant the end of official support and updates.

There are four different models in the Mi 10 series: Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Mi 10 Ultra and Mi 10S. These devices are known for their high performance, impressive cameras and stylish designs.

However, once listed on EOS, the fate of future updates for these devices became unclear.

We should point out that it is still unclear when exactly the Mi 10 series will receive the Hyper OS update and which features will be included in this update.

Source: Ferra

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