Xiaomi has begun the preparation of a backup strategy.
The Xiaomi operating system was initially supposed to be built in 2013-2014, but it was later released on Android. It was a time of rapid growth for the company, and they decided not to risk switching to a different operating system.
The soaked photo shows a Xiaomi phone's internal MiOS build. This alpha version is scheduled for November 5, 2022.
Tensions between the United States and China can have unpredictable consequences, and Xiaomi understands this. The example of how Huawei, the seemingly inflexible giant, almost lost everything following the sanctions demonstrates to Chinese campaigns that a fallback must be kept prepared.
Xiaomi is concerned that the United States might follow through on threats to impose restrictions on Google services, and might reduce its dependency on Android, even if it is open source.
MIOS may appear to be similar to MIUI because it is an Android fork, similar to HarmonyOS. However, internally it will be different because it uses a microkernel like Google's Fuchsia rather than a monolithic kernel like Linux.
I wonder if MIOS will enable you to unlock the bootloader?
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Oleksandr Kovalenko, the author, will publish his work on 03/18/2023.
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