According to reports, Vivo is replacing Funtouch OS with a brand new avatar and a name (ie Origin OS). The eye-catching reminder digital chat station said that Vivo has confirmed this through its official WeChat account, and they will launch Origin OS soon. The exact release date is now known, but Vivo will introduce this new software in detail at the 2020 Vivo Developer Conference to be held on November 19. The conference is planned to be held in Shenzhen and will focus on new OS, IoT, applications, games, and other topics.
The SeekDevice citation tips guide Digital Chat Station reports that Origin OS will all start soon. The new software will replace Vivo’s current Funtouch OS. The seducer said that Vivo has confirmed the development through its official WeChat account and stated that it will share more detailed information about this operating system at the developer conference. It is not clear the exact date when this new Origin OS will be launched. It is also unclear which phone will get it first.
Although there is no information on all the changes brought about by the Origin OS plan, it is reported that this will be a major improvement over the current Funtouch OS. Similarly, in a past article on Weibo, Digital Chat Station suggested that Origin OS will be one of the best Android UI custom appearances. We hope that Vivo will release more information about Origin OS at the developer conference in November.
Vivo recently scored poorly in the trust rankings of research company Counterpoint in 2020. According to their findings, only 24% of Vivo phones sold between the third quarter of 2019 and the second quarter of 2020 were updated to Android 10. A large part of mobile phones still remain Pie on Android 9, and a large part is blocked on Android Oreo. The company was also called for inconsistent security patches.
Which is the best-selling Vivo smartphone in India? Why doesn’t Vivo produce high-end phones? We interviewed Nipun Marya, Vivo’s brand strategy director, to find out and talk about the company’s strategy in India. We discussed it on Orbital, a weekly technical podcast, you can subscribe via Apple Podcast or RSS, download the episode or click the play button below.