There is no official announcement yet with the list of compatible devices, but based on available data we were able to compile a preliminary list of Xiaomi, Poco and Redmi smartphones that are likely to receive the update.

According to preliminary data, it appears that flagship Xiaomi devices such as Xiaomi 13T Pro, Xiaomi 13 Ultra and Xiaomi 12S Ultra will be the first devices to receive the update.

Following them in the HyperOS update will be older and affordable models, including representatives of the Poco and Redmi brands. The full list can be seen below:

While HyperOS is expected to significantly increase performance and expand functionality, it is also known that the update will be released gradually. This means flagships will get it cheaper and sooner than older models.

However, it is also worth noting that not all devices will be able to benefit from the update. Some smartphones like Redmi K30 Series, Redmi Note 9 Series, and Poco X3 will likely be left out due to hardware compatibility limitations and strategic decisions of the company.

Source: Ferra

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